The Israeli Navy in May 2015 ordered four Sa'ar 6-class corvettes, loosely based on the German Braunschweig-class corvette, but with engineering changes that make the baseline platform more robust for military use.
Rafael's Stunner works well with both Rafael's David's Sling system and Raytheon's Patriot system, and the Poles want the Stunner inside their Patriot system.
"The Ministry of Foreign Affairs cautions Israeli citizens not to travel to North Korea for any purpose whatsoever."
The news comes against the background of a billion-dollar deal with Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) for leasing Heron-2 drones to the German Air Force.
Ogi has assisted Israel Police's fight against terrorism and crime throughout the Jerusalem district.
The arrest was made overnight.
This disabled hero cannot financially afford to go home from the hospital.
There was an unintentional discharge of a weapon during a training exercise.
The driver refused to answer questions, and the license plates didn't match. At that point, Israeli security personnel began to search the vehicle.
Homes of four terrorists will be destroyed.
The Skylark is a the smallest drone used by the IDF for reconnaissance.
The MoD announced intermittent airspace restrictions over Israel today due to security activities.
From the start, police detectives were suspicious of a gang of painters who were working around the base at the time.
The move follows a rash of safety incidents.
The recordings provide a rare glimpse into the activity of the Jewish Section of the Shin Bet.
Although only one of the gang shot the two policemen – all three have been charged with murder.
Halfway through the funeral proceedings, Arab protesters suddenly raised their hands high with a Palestinian Authority flag.
Jenin’s deputy mayor, Mahmoud Abu Mwais, vowed at the ceremony, “Our leadership and our people will continue on the path of the martyrs.”
An Israeli woman who was driving one of the vehicles was injured by the flying glass.
In his ruling, Judge Itay Bresler-Gonen wrote that Ghattas "took advantage of his status as a member of the Knesset and the trust given him by the democratic system and the IPS.'
Jarrar, who represents the PLFP in the Palestinian Legislative Council, was released from Israeli prison in June 2016 after serving 15 months and paying a $3,000 fine.
“The errant projectile was a result of Syrian internal fighting.”
“Israel maintains a policy of non-involvement in the Syrian civil war. However, we will not tolerate any breach of Israel’s sovereignty. "
Israel's military continues to insist the mortar was an "errant projectile" and the "result of Syrian internal fighting."
Israeli personnel spotted him tossing away the knife he secreted in one of his socks.