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Update: All Clear – Security Incidents in Southern Israel

Thursday, July 17th, 2014

UPDATE 5:47pm In Eshkol region incident, police are giving the All Clear, following extensive searches for terrorists who were suspected to have infiltrated into the area.


Eshkol residents MUST remain indoors right now.

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IDF military helicopters firing heavy gunfire. Special forces have been deployed in security incident.

Police report roads in that area are closed.

Gaza is also shooting a lot of mortars into that area.

CANCELLED: Suspected Infiltration Near Eilat by Sea

Friday, July 11th, 2014

CANCELLED: Israeli police announce search is over, there was no infiltration into or near Eilat.


Original story:

Police are checking if there was an infiltration into Israel near Eilat via boat.

On Thursday evening, an IDF Naval patrol near the Princess hotel saw an attempt by a boat to approach the beach where apparently it should not have been. The navy ship fired warning shots, and launched flares, according to a report in Haaretz.

Security forces are searching, on land, for 4 suspects they believe may have gotten off the boat to shore, according to Ynet.

The area is right near Road 90.

Guests at the southern Eilat hotels are being told to stay inside the hotel.

IDF Kills 2 Terrorists in Attempt to Infiltrate Zikkim by Sea

Tuesday, July 8th, 2014

IDF troops killed two terrorists who attempted to infiltrate Kibbutz Zikkim in southern Israel Tuesday evening.

The forces exchanged gunfire with the two terrorists, who made the attempt via the sea, off the kibbutz shoreline.

Schools Opened in Psagot as Searches Continue

Sunday, October 6th, 2013

7:46 AM IDF Spokesperson states that an improvised weapon was found on the path where the terrorist escaped from – Tazpit News Agency.

7:45 AM Arab workers to not be allowed into Psagot and Kochav Yaacov today. Other nearby towns will be letting Arab workers in. IDF still continuing searches. IDF troops will be guarding the schools.

7:37 AM IDF states that all classes will now be held as normal.

7:00 AM In the town of Psagot, in Binyamin, where a terrorist infiltrated last night, the IDF is still placing some restrictions on entry into the town. Everyone leaving the town must show ID. The alert was called off at 4 AM.

While most of the IDF has packed up, the IDF is continuing to conduct searches within the town and the surrounding area for additional terrorists, according to a report by Tazpit News Agency.

The schools will not be opened up this morning until the IDF completes all the searches, and school buses from outside the town will not yet be allowed in.

There are reports that there it is believed that a vehicle was waiting in the valley below Psagot to help the terrorist escape.

The IDF has not officially stated they caught the terrorist. All reports of a captured terrorist have come from residents of the town.

The girl, Noam bat Michal, underwent surgery last night, and is recuperating in Sha’arei Tzedek hospital.

Weapons, Ammo Stolen from Karnei Shomron

Saturday, July 27th, 2013

Over Shabbat, at around midnight, there was an infiltration into the town of Karnei Shomron. The infiltrators stole a weapon and ammunition.

Updated: Syrian Infiltrators Attack IDF Patrol on Golan, and 25 Mortars Too

Tuesday, July 16th, 2013

Two Syrian rebels crossed over into the Golan on Tuesday night. The IDF now believes that it was Syrian army soldiers who simultaneously opened fire at the IDF patrol, from across the border. The IDF soldiers shot back at the source of the fire. No IDF soldiers were injured in the attack. The status of the two Syrians who crossed over is currently unknown.

In addition, 6 mortars, launched from Syria, hit the Israeli side of the Golan today, and another 20 landed near the border.

At least one false alarm was heard this evening, in or near the town of Katzrin on the Golan.

Israeli Man who Jumped the Fence into Lebanon has Mental Disorder

Thursday, May 2nd, 2013

The Israeli who jumped over the border fence at Rosh HaNikra and crossed into Lebanon Wednesday apparently has a mental order. Lebanese officials still are holding and questioning 34-year-old Simon Saadati, according to the Beirut Daily Star.

A representative of United Nations Interim Forces in Lebanon (UNIFIL) is present at the interrogation, the newspaper added.

“The Israeli can only speak Hebrew, which required the need for a translator and a psychiatrist who is examining if the man suffers from any mental disorder,” a source said. Saadati’s mother has said that her son has run away several times in the past.

Printed from: http://www.jewishpress.com/news/breaking-news/israeli-man-who-jumped-the-fence-into-lebanon-has-mental-disorder/2013/05/02/

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