The US continues to arm Israel's enemies in the Middle East, including those directly on her borders.
Israeli military officials are watching the situation in Syria as Aleppo becomes a ticking time bomb.
Anti-Semitism is still alive and well at the Olympics, and Israeli athletes do well to keep their guard up.
One entire battalion, according to reports, took on the role of the local civilian Arab population, in an attempt to isolate them from the fighting.
The event was preceded with alert sirens in the Golan Heights and in Tsfat.
Hezbollah is ramping up its firepower with more than 120,000 missiles pointed at Israeli cities.
Elbit successfully tested its 'Seagull' USV, launching a torpedo from the water-borne drone.
The IDF has acquired a new long-range rocket produced by the Israeli IMI defense firm in Givon.
The target was Lebanese Intelligence soldiers.
The US is now "playing a critical role in assisting and facilitating the ways through which Hezbollah receives this significant aid from the Iranian government."
Maj. Gen. Herzi Halevi: "Syrian industries have resumed the production of weaponry for Hezbollah, and neither the world nor Israel should accept it."
A Hezbollah- linked media outlet confirms the group has dug tunnels at Israel's northern border.
A rash of tall new watchtowers have sprung up on the Lebanese side of Israel's northern border, providing a bird's eye view into IDF and civilian activities.
Speaking before a cadre of Hezbollah's top command, Mughniyeh then declared that Israel is a friend and a strategic ally opposite the Saudi enemy.
The punishment in Lebanon for "crimes against nature" is up to one year in prison.
Asharq al-Awsat said the rebel factions were camped some 7 miles away from Damascus airport and did not have the capabilities to kill Badreddine.
Hezbollah has backed away from accusing Israel of killing its Number 2 commander.
ISIS and Hezbollah have both released apps to teach young children to be terrorists.
The Iranian parliament has voted to require its government to significantly upgrade its military power and advance its ballistic missile technology.
The U.S. Supreme Court has upheld a $1.75 billion award to relatives of American military victims of terror, against U.S.-held assets of an Iranian bank.