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IDF Told Israeli Cabinet New Submarines ‘Needed’

Contrary to some reports, the IDF told the cabinet that more new submarines were "needed."

PA Arabs Build Ilegal ‘Outpost’ Near Jewish Town in Jordan Valley

As of this writing, the protesters have not left, and security forces have not removed them.

Report: With Lowered Restrictions on Cyber Exports Israel Targeting 20 Countries for Sales

Ben Baruch would not reveal who those 20 plus countries are, but a defense ministry official whispered to the crowd, “Definitely not Russia.”

US Demanding Clarification, Gift Drone to Russia May Carry Secret Camera

The Americans believe a sophisticated, US made camera is installed on the Volcani drone, the kind that require a special application for US government permission should said camera be sold to a third party.

Liberman Ready to Freeze Construction Outside Settlement Blocks to Please Trump

"Sometimes truth is also an option, even when it's very bitter," Liberman said, stating that "anyone who says Amona can be preserved in its current location is just spreading delusions and fantasies."

Knesset Approves Arrangements Act in Preliminary Vote 58 – 50

Both Minister Moshe Kahlon (Kulanu) and Coalition Chairman David Bitan (Likud) warned that the bill would be suspended should it meet resistance from the Supreme Court.

Elbit Reveals Virtual Reality Trainer for Emergency Scenarios

At the end of each training program, trainees are presented with a reconstruction of the virtually generated threats and challenges faced by the emergency forces and their responses.

Dizengoff Terror Victim’s Family Refusing ‘Sulha’

Should a Sulha not be reached, it could lead to a perpetual vendetta between the two clans, in which many will die -- and then reach a sulha.

Terrorist Who Stabbed Soldier Gets 17.5 Years

Yehia continued stabbing the soldier even after the latter had collapsed to the ground.

Elbit Reveals Anti-Drone Neutralization System

The advanced detection system provides 360-degree perimeter protection and complete, up-to-the-minute situational awareness.

US Delegation Visits Israel to Learn Emergency Response Technology

A US delegation sees emergency response technology during a visit to Israel.

2017 is Israel’s Year of Cyber Security Exports

The defense ministry underlines Israel's leadership in the field of cyber security exports.

Carjacked in Gush Etzion and the Shomron

The armed Arab assailant stole the man's car and drove off to Bethlehem.

3-Justice Panel Rejects Postponement, Demands Jewish Homes Demolished by Year’s End

The court noted that it is ignoring a claim by the GSS that an attempt to evacuate Amona would result in extreme acts of violence

Lockheed Martin Picks Negev Base for F-35 Training

According to the Israel Ministry of Defense, F-35 related cooperation between Lockheed Martin and Israeli defense companies has reached $993 million.

Bomb Explodes Along Highway Next to Efrat

The bomb targeted an IDF lookout point next to the town of Efrat in Gush Etzion.

Elbit’s GroundEye Blocks Border Infiltration

The GroundEye system displays a panoramic picture, gathering data from multiple sensors, to locate suspicious movements near the border -- cheaper and better than a wall.

WHO: Israel Defense Forces’ Field Hospital ‘Best in World’

IDF field hospital is the best in the world, says the World Health Organization. Bar none.

Serious Damage to Israeli Car After Stoning Attack Near Kiryat Arba

An Israeli car was badly damaged in a stoning attack near Kiryat Arba; no word on the driver's condition.

Paintbottle and Firebomb Attacks on Israeli Buses and Cars in Gush Etzion

Palestinian Authority Arab attacks on Israeli drivers have expanded to include paint bottles and firebombs.

Arson in the Kidron Valley Damages Architectural Jewels

Who would desecrate the tomb of King David's son Absalom, in the ancient Kidron Valley? But someone has...

Stoning Attacks Targeting Israeli Drivers in Center and South

Israeli drivers are still being targeted by Palestinian Authority Arabs hurling rocks.

Breslov Chassidim Attacked and Arrested by PA Police

The Breslov Chassidim did not coordinate their visit to Joseph's Tomb with the IDF, and ended up getting attacked and arrested.

Rafael’s Trophy Systems to Protect IDF Armored Vehicles from Missiles

The current order is believed to be more than $130 million for hundreds of Rafael's Trophy systems.

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