Israel's defense minister backed up his army chief of staff, warning forces not to become "trigger-happy."
This one to begin at midnight, preceded by the expected rocket barrage.
Only 61% of combat soldiers say they are pleased with their commanders. In 2014 the figure was 65%, in 2012 76%.
The boorish voice in this incident belonged to Obama. As a NY Post editorial put it, "What could President Obama have been thinking?"
IDF soldiers also found owners of gas stations supplying gasoline to terrorists.
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Oil platforms off Nigeria have been hit repeatedly, and suicide bombers launched coordinated boat attacks on an Iraqi oil export terminal in 2004.
The response to the rocket launch was not "proportional" because the missile hit a residence.
It's not clear why Hamas PM Ismail Haniyeh's nephew is receiving medical care in Israel.
A large weapons cache was found last night during an operation to arrest two wanted terrorists from Qalandiya.
The IDF is checking if the rocket succeeded in crossing over into Israel or not.
The Hamas terrorist was shot but escaped after a stabbing attack last month.
IDF tells foreign news outlet dozens of Arab terrorists arrested for incitement to violence against Israel via posts on Facebook.
The attack happened at the bus stop next to Kfar Adumim, in the direction of the Dead Sea.
A new cyber defense program has opened for the first time at an Israeli pre-army yeshiva.
Updated instructions now that Gaza rocket fire has begun again.
The reason for the severe limits on his civil rights is stated as: "To secure state security, public peace and maintaining public order."
One of two teen terrorists was killed by an IDF unit while attacking Israeli drivers.
PM Netanyahu informs US Secy of State Kerry that Amona residents will move to another settlement if they must be expelled.
In March, Israeli naval forces boarded a cargo ship in the Red Sea and discovered vast amounts of ammunition in crates of cement labeled “Made in Iran” believed to be going to terrorists.
Al-Razak had been previously arrested in connection to the kidnapping of Gilad Shalt.
IDF soldiers are being kept busy responding to terror attacks and preventing others.
The "Barak 8" missile last week passed a test when it was fired from a ship and hit a simulated enemy target, which in real-time could be aimed at blowing up oil rigs.
The terrorists are using human shields to travel safely.