North Korea's nuclear arsenal is an ongoing concern for the Jewish State, although there was no comment on the issue from the foreign ministry.
It's not clear how long Israel's envoy to Egypt will be working from Jerusalem, but his safety is clearly at stake.
Last month Hamas was loathe to acknowledge its diggers working on tunnels under the border with Egypt.
At least two of the suspects were accused of membership in the Hamas terrorist organization.
Israeli citizens may think it's a good idea to visit North Korea as a tourist, but the government says otherwise.
Two separate air strikes were carried out within the past 30 days, each allegedly causing al-Baghdadi's injuries.
Sinwar has been the topic of many conversations in Israel's security apparatus, over the growing need to assassinate him.
It is the first time an Iranian facility has been used by a foreign military force since World War 2.
Foreign government-funded 'lawfare' a dangerous subversion of Israel's democracy.
The missile the operative developed is similar to an RPG with a tandem charge. It has a 500-meter range.
One person was injured.
The stoning attacks near Beitar Illit continues.
The female terrorist pulled out the knife and charged at the Border Policeman.
Turkish security officials foiled massive terror attacks in a raid that netted suicide bombing belts, detonators and weapons.
French counter-terrorism forces arrested a 16-year-old girl and 3 men, and found 70 grams of TATP.
An Arab terrorist attempted a hit-and-run attack with IDF soldiers, but failed to hit the target, so he ran instead.
Despite pressure from Egypt, a source has told a Hebrew-language news site that ISIS now controls Gaza military tunnels.
Hamas blamed the Israeli military for the attack, but the IDF was unaware of the incident and said maybe Egypt was responsible.
Eleven people were treated for severe trauma; four missiles were fired at the city.
A Syrian mortar shell exploded in northern Israel near the border in the Golan Heights.