"Not wanting to stir things up in the north" means "Yes, we could bomb them to kingdom come, but. no, we won't."
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu announced Wednesday night that “whoever is behind today's attack will pay the full price.”
The GOC Northern Command declares Israel's northern border with Syria in the Golan Heights to be a closed military zone.
Two IDF soldiers were killed by Iranian-backed Hezbollah in the most serious attack on Israel since the start of Syria's civil war.
One UNIFIL soldier is dead in the wake of an attack on Israel by Lebanon's Hezbollah terror group.
Jordan has caved to ISIS and agreed to swap a terrorist prisoner for its hostage pilot.
PM Netanyahu warned Hezbollah attackers bluntly from Sderot on Wednesday, "look at what happened in Gaza."
French President Francois Hollande tells Jews Monday at Holocaust memorial, "France is your homeland." Not Israel...
Israel says air strikes Tuesday night on Syrian bases in Quneitra, Damascus and surrounds were a warning to Beirut.
The two rockets fired from Syria that exploded in Israel’s Golan Heights at 1 PM today signifies a new peak in tensions being felt in Israel's northern borders.
Visitors are invited to return to Mount Hermon Ski Resort after a double rocket attack sent officials to evacuate hundreds of people earlier in the day.
Iran allegedly is plotting to assassinate the sons of the current and former Israeli prime ministers.
Northern Israel is on a high tension wire. The IDF temporarily closed roads Sunday because of a reported "security incident."
ISIS terrorist murder of a Japanese citizen is terror against the world, says Israeli PM Netanyahu.
PM Binyamin Netanyahu says he'll go anywhere he's invited to prevent Iran from achieving nuclear weapons.
The Hezbollah terror group says it will attack Israel with "wisdom" and take Lebanon into consideration.
Berlin refuses to name German companies who helped Syria build its chemical weapons program.
Israel tried to convince the world that its superb intelligence goofed.
Israel has tightened security along the northern border; the US has issued a travel warning.
Japan's prime minister says his nation will do its utmost to free two ISIS captives, but "will not give in to terror."
France will soon equip its police force with “stronger weapons” and hire 2,600 more counter terrorist forces, after the Paris attacks.
The 50 percent drop in the price of oil also could make it harder for Iran to find money for its nuclear program.
Nasrallah said Turkey deals with ISIS and al-Nusra, and that the US no longer cares if Assad is dethroned.
More significant than the elimination of Jihadi Mughniyeh is the death of six Iranian soldiers, including one commander.
Hezbollah warns an IAF air strike on its convoy in Syria may lead to a "costly adventure."