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One Infiltrator Dead, One Injured in Clash with IDF at Gaza Border Fence

The IDF is preparing for the possibility of extremist Salafis merging with the masses during Friday's planned rallies and shooting at army forces, thus provoking the bloodshed Israel fears most.

Border Communities Brace For Gaza March

Israeli security forces have prepared for a variety of possible scenarios.

Member of Druze Community Appointed as New IDF COGAT

The position of COGAT demands fluent Arabic in addition to Hebrew as well as great competence in diplomacy and administrative skills.

Young Muslim Teen from Umm el-Fahm Achieves His Dream, Joins IDF

"I have really bonded with the other members of the battalion, and they’re my family now.”

Suspected Terrorist Caught in Be’er Sheva After Extensive Manhunt

Security forces are searching for a terrorist on his way to his attack.

Israeli Arab Indicted for Attempted Murder for Acre Car-Ramming

Malek Yusef Nahar Assadi, from Shefaram, plowed his car into people at several locations around the city.

Israeli-Arab Man Charged With Murder of Itamar Ben-Gal

Al-Karim allegedly traveled to Nablus, where he purchased two 27 centimeter knives and returned to the junction where he spotted Ben-Gal...

BDS Threatening Netflix Lawsuit over Israeli Thriller ‘Fauda’

The BDS letter mentions that the series’ creators, Lior Raz and Avi Issacharoff, are themselves veterans of IDF special forces, and “support the machinery of the occupation, Israeli colonialism and apartheid.”

Fourth Gaza Border Infiltration in One Week

Gaza residents prefer Israeli prisons to the harsh reality at home.

Israel’s Ambassador Calls on UN to Join US, Stop Funding Palestinian Authority Terror

“Mahmoud Abbas has once again revealed his true intentions as he directly funds hundreds of millions of dollars to terrorists with blood on their hands.”

Bank of Israel: Local Economy Strong But Israel Must Reduce Inequality

"Achievements in the overall education system should be improved, and gaps in achievements between students from various population groups and socioeconomic and geographic backgrounds should be reduced."

Croatia to Buy Used F-16s from Israel Air Force

The decision to buy the Israeli planes was allegedly pushed by Croatian Defense Minister Damir Krstičević. Israel also offered to cooperate on drone development.

Israel Takes a Bite Out of Food Prices, Down 5 Percent

The drop in food prices is particularly interesting given that net salaries have risen by three percent in the same time period.

Maj. Gen. Tamir Hyman Assumes Role of Head of Military Intelligence

“The reality in the Middle East is complicated and constantly changing... It’s doubly true today, when the pace and size of the changes are unprecedented.”

Another Day, Another Infiltration from Gaza

The IDF is just 48 hours away from facing the potential challenge of thousands of Gaza residents who plan to storm the security fence.

MK’s Prepare Food Packages for Needy in Israel with Migdal Ohr

Migdal Ohr distributes tens of thousands of food parcels to needy families.

Passover Holiday Closure at Crossings Begins at Midnight Thursday

The closure will last eight days, from Thursday at midnight until the following Saturday night at midnight, April 7th.

Arabs Set Fire near Gaza Border Fence, IDF Shells 2 Hamas Positions

IDF tanks shelled two Hamas observation posts in the northern Gaza Strip, east of Gaza City.

54 Soldiers Approached Rightwing Legal Aid Society for Help in 2017

Honenu filed 24 complaints against the police last year, nine of which were accepted, one rejected and the rest are still pending.

2 Planes Collide at Ben Gurion International

According to passengers who spoke to Israel's Channel 2 News, the German plane sustained the worst damage on impact.

PM Netanyahu Released from Hospital following Tests

Netanyahu was admitted for tests suffering from coughing fits and a high fever.

German Government Aid Officials Exposed for Spreading Antisemitism

“This should serve as a wakeup call for GIZ and other government agencies in Europe as to the urgency of addressing this dangerous and unacceptable antisemitic discourse at the highest levels of government.”

US Embassy In Jerusalem To Get Construction Permit Waiver

The National District Planning and Building Commission decided to recommend the waiving of building permits required to upgrade the American consulate in Jerusalem to an embassy.

Putin Aide: Israel One of Russia’s Leading Middle East Trade Partners

Representatives of Israeli companies and business groups will speak at the panel sessions on agriculture, medicine and the environment.

Authorities Alarmed over Rogue Pascal Sacrifice on Passover Eve

For the fourth consecutive year, Returning to the Mountain activists are expected to arrive at the Temple Mount on Friday, carrying sacrificial lambs, to attempt to carry out the Pascal sacrifice.

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