"The time has come for the Security Council to act using all means against the Hezbollah terror infrastructure."
The Israel Defense Force responded immediately to the concerns expressed by the residents.
Palestinian Authority terrorists tried to kill Israeli motorists as they passed Halhul.
Ad Kan said it intends to exhaust the legal process until the criminal conviction of the defendants.
Israel demands that both UNIFIL and the Lebanese government respond to the fact that Hezbollah violated Resolution 1701 with its tunnels.
A few days ago, Derech Chaim launched a campaign calling for the assassination of Chairman Abbas over his funding of terrorism.
On Sunday evening, dozens of Arabs barricaded themselves inside the Na'alwa building in an attempt to prevent the IDF from demolishing it after the issued deadline.
"The West Bank spans over 5,600 square kilometers and has mountains and valleys. I'm from there -- I know the landscape. It has everything necessary for guerrilla warfare."
Doctors aren't giving up, but they've placed the soldier in a medically-induced coma and he's on a respirator.
One of the weapons belonged to an IDF soldier who was wounded in the attack.
"I commend my friend Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz, under whose leadership the EU has called for the adoption of this definition of Martin Luther King – anti-Zionism is an expression of anti-Semitism."
The terrorist used the gap in the wall to sneak in and attack a soldier.
The terrorist's family has been given 2 days to appeal the decision with the Israeli High Court of Justice.
The tunnel, like the first three, has been booby-trapped by the IDF and anyone entering it on the Lebanese side risks his life.
The EU labeled Hamas a terrorist organization shortly after 9/11.
This figure is exceptionally low, given the fact that 77 Israelis were killed in terror attacks during that period.
Also on Saturday, the terrorist who on Friday severely wounded an IDF soldier in a military post in Beit El surrendered to Israeli security forces.
The IDF plans to destroy their home.
The Arab terrorist smashed a soldier in the head with a stone slab.
Arab sources report that Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas has already ordered the home rebuilt.
It should be noted that both the murders in Givat Asaf this week and Friday's attack in Beit El were committed by terrorists against IDF soldiers whose specific job was to protect against Arab terrorists.
The security apparatus fears a new wave of terror attacks following the success of the two shooting attacks this week.
Five people are currently in custody in connection with the attack, according to the Paris prosecutor's office.
Several stoning attacks targeted Israeli public buses; miraculously, none of the passengers were physically injured.
Abbas has underscored -- loudly and often -- his deep and passionate commitment to continuing his "pay to slay policy."