Regavim demanded that the resort be demolished immediately, arguing that there is very little chance of the construction site being approved so close to the highway.
The demolitions were approved last week by the High Court of Justice, which rejected the petition of the families of the terrorists against the demolition.
Zamir presented aerial photographs showing tunnel shafts running under residential buildings located in the heart of civilian populations, less than a mile from Netiv HaAsara, an Israeli moshav in the north-west Negev.
As the suspect approached a security checkpoint near the site, he stopped several feet before reaching the forces and called out to them instead.
"Over the past year, we uncovered a number of incidents in which UN workers took advantage of their positions to assist terror organizations in the Gaza Strip."
Azaria will wait in prison for the disposition of his request for a pardon from IDF Chief of General Staff Lt.-Gen. Gadi Eizenkot.
“We did our civil duty as everyone would have, but we would prefer to turn back the clock and bring back our beloved neighbors."
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Arab sources said Israeli fighter pilots carried out six air strikes in northern Gaza.
Hadar Goldin's father, Simcha, said the Red Cross's request on behalf of the Hamas prisoners "is a demonstration of hypocrisy, falsity and inhumanity."
Overnight Wednesday, IDF forces together with the Shin Bet, Border Guard and Israel Police arrested 25 wanted persons in Judea and Samaria.
"The real answer lies in our courage and willingness to fight against these murderers and those who dispatch them."
"We know the scale of pain," said Netanyahu, who knows what it's like to lose a family member in the military.
At least one of the rockets may have landed in the Mediterranean Sea just outside the city of Ashkelon.
Azaria requested a deferral pending his application for a pardon by IDF Chief of General Staff Lt.-Gen. Gadi Eizenkot.
The report includes interviews with eight Arab families, "victims" of Israel's aggressive policy, the most glaring of which is with Abed Dawiat, who committed the official first act of terror of the lone-wolf intifada.
"In these circumstances, the traditional adage that the enemy of your enemy can be regarded as your friend no longer applies," writes Kissinger. "In the contemporary Middle East, the enemy of your enemy may also be your enemy."
Israel tested the rocket alert system in the Shfeila region.
The pilot reported a technical malfunction before the crash.