Hamas sources claimed that the attacking IAF warplanes were met by anti-aircraft missiles.
A second cell was captured planning shooting attacks in Gush Etzion.
The rocket alerts that began at 2:30 AM, may have been set off by the Gazans shooting at the IAF aircraft.
The rocket alert sounded at least 8 times in the space of a half-hour...
The Knesset is working on legislation that would legally enable Israel to retain the bodies of terrorists indefinitely.
Six terrorist targets in Gaza were attacked by the IDF in the first round on Saturday evening.
No physical injuries were reported but military sappers were required at the scene.
The mayor argued in court that he had named a street after late Israeli prime minister Yitzhak Rabin "in the same neighborhood."
The IDF clarified that the incident had taken place near the fence, so that there was no terrorist threat to the thousands of visitors who were in the area to celebrate the Red South festival.
The bill offsetting terrorist salaries would deduct those hundreds of millions of dollars from the money due the PA, and, if Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman (Yisrael Beiteinu) gets his way, move these funds to Israeli terror victims.
"I watched the face of the defendant, which was stretched in a smile the whole time, even as he was facing the family members who described the murder – I decree that the defendant's sentence can only be death," the judge concluded.
"We need capital punishment, or at least radically more difficult prison conditions, and to prevent them from receiving anything above the bare minimum."
The Arabs were transferred to a security forces facility for questioning.
Stoning attacks aimed at the Jerusalem Light Rail are nearly a daily affair in the Shuafat neighborhood.
Fatah: "We vow to Almighty Allah that we will continue to be loyal to the blood of all of the heroic Martyrs."
"It is inconceivable that within the UN, which is supposed to establish peace and protect human rights, a diplomat would incite to violence and terrorism that injure and even kill innocent Israelis."
An IDF unit was searching in the Jordan Valley for stolen property.
Most of the terrorists in question had been released in the Shalit deal and were involved in attacks that claimed Israeli lives.
The village of Teqoa (Tuqu') is notorious for its residents' almost daily stone throwing ritual, occasionally while blocking the road and carrying out lynching attempts.
The 2nd terrorist managed to get away after he was spotted.
Describing Rabin's partner in crime, Shimon Peres, Arafat wrote he was "an excellent person: a beautiful decoration."
The terrorist stabbed one of the guards in the arm at the entrance to the town...
Seven arrests were made; a number of rioters were injured in the melee and at least one Arab attacker was killed.
Police found images of the mother on social media shooting an automatic weapon and using incitement-related language.
“What he did won’t help anyone, to the contrary, it will destroy him and destroy everything.”