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Terror Attack Averted in Jerusalem’s Old City

Jerusalem police spotted a suspicious teen in the Jewish section of the Old City -- and he was armed.

‘Work Accident’ Results in Gaza Explosion

Gaza terrorists found their weapons turned upon themselves in a 'work accident' Saturday night.

IDF Develops Tunnel Detection Technology; Expert: Retaking Philadelphi Corridor Now an Option

The system, dubbed “Strong Number”, has been developed under the aegis of the IDF Ground Forces Technology Division, and has been successfully tested by the IDF near the Gaza border over the last few months. The technology would allow Israel to counter the smuggling operations on the narrow strip of land situated along the border between Gaza Strip and Egypt. Dr. Aaron Lerner: "This means a dramatic shift in the equation."

New Arab Claim on Susiya: History Begins When Arabs Settled

A new Arab claim on Susiya is based on an alleged 1881 document and claiming "we were here first."

Israel Demolishes Homes of Hadar Cohen’s Killers

Israeli security personnel demolished the family homes of three terrorists who killed a 19-year-old policewoman in February.

Gaza Smuggling Ring Busted at Kerem Shalom After 100 ATVs Arrive Safely

Israeli authorities busted a major smuggling ring that has already succeeded in sneaking 100 ATVs into the hands of Hamas in Gaza.

‘Human Rights’ Groups Cry over IDF Arrest of Terrorist in Hospital [video]

The Hamas terrorist was shot but escaped after a stabbing attack last month.

2-Year Old Discovers Fire Balloon that Landed in Efrat

The first terrorist incendiary balloon in Judea and Samaria was launched in late June.

Judea and Samaria IDF Commander: We Can Retake Joseph’s Tomb

"It would be a somewhat complex but possible task, it all depends on the discretion of the political echelon."

IAF Fires at Gaza Fishermen

GazaNow tweeted Sunday morning.

Stone-Throwing Terrorists Attack Rachel’s Tomb

Stone throwing attacks against Jews continue, this time taking place at Rachel's Tomb.

Shooting, Arrests in IDF Overnight Operations

Overnight Thursday there was a shooting from a light firearm at a Border Guard vehicle in the village of Qabatiya near Jenin in Samaria.

7 Nations to Join IAF’s Biggest Air Drill in Its History

IAF chief of international affairs Lt. Col. Richard Hecht brags that 'everybody wants to engage and cooperate with the IAF. It’s a privilege.'

Kerem Shalom Crossing ‘Closed’ But Not Inactive

The border crossing saw 18,154 tons of goods delivered to various sites in the enclave in 200 trucks on Sunday alone.

Ya’alon: ‘We Need to Know How to Win and Still Remain Human’

Israel's defense minister backed up his army chief of staff, warning forces not to become "trigger-happy."

Security Cabinet to Meet: 5,000 Rioters Resume Daily Violence at Gaza Border

Hamas also launched boats in an effort to break through Israel’s maritime blockade, but they were stopped by the IDF.

Jewish-Muslim Medical Center to Rise at Ariel University

The Helmsley Trust is funding a Muslim-Jewish medical center initiative at Ariel University.

‘Breaking the Silence’ Regret Use of their Work Against Israel

"We were deeply disappointed to come across this video in which our soldiers’ testimonies were not only misused, but also severely distorted."

IDF Soldier, Terrorist Killed in Gaza Border Clash

The terrorist approached the security fence near Kisufim at around 4:30 a.m., cut it, and snuck into Israel. A Golani unit rapidly deployed to the area, coming under fire by the terrorist. In the ensuing gunfight, a 20 year old soldier was shot, and soon after died of his wound.

Religious Soldiers Won’t Join Tank Commanders Course over Serving with Women

The soldiers were found to be suitable for the course and have been approached by their commanders to become tank commanders, but gave up the opportunity for fear of degrading their religious standards.

Terrorist Killer of Pregnant Israeli Woman Sentenced to Life in Prison

Palestinian Authority terrorist Muhammad Harouf insisted that he be convicted of a murder driven by “nationalist” motives and not by anything to do with a romance gone bad.

IDF Foils Smuggling of Rocket Fuel Chemicals From Hebron to Gaza Strip

Hundred of gallons of potential rocket fuel base were marked as soybean oil.

Soldier Decorated for Catching Terrorist Who Killed Soldier on Bus

IDF officers Sunday awarded Second Lt. Yitzchak Maimon, of the religious Netzach Yehuda unit of the Kfir Brigade, for stopping and arresting the 16-year-old...

IDF Officer: Morale High Amongst Soldiers

Senior combat officer says IDF racking up series of successes in Gaza, says Hamas "fighters" quick to flee.

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