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Arab attacks have become so frequent on the Husan bypass road that the artery is referred to as "Terror Road."
Security forces went in looking for weapons.
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.
Although Israel did not respond to the gunfire that emanated from Lebanon, the IDF sent backup to the northern border near Metula.
Israel is now able to intercept -- outside the Earth's atmosphere -- intercontinental ballistic missiles fired at the Jewish State from Iran.
Lebanon's Hezbollah terrorist organization is accusing Israel of sending spies across the border and planting tracking devices near military bases.
The suspects were arrested for stoning, firebombing and pipe bomb attacks on Israeli drivers.
The law will not protect soldiers accused of looting, destruction of property, taking bribes, bullying, and sexual offenses.
This will mark the first time Jewish-American athletes play for Israel in a world championship.
History came alive in Tel Aviv this week when sappers were called to the Haganah Museum to remove a live grenade that was unexpectedly discovered in a closet.
PM Netanyahu said IDF Major Ben Ari, z'l was an elite commander, a "courageous fighter, he was the salt of the earth."
Defense Minister Liberman pointed out that King David fought, as did Joshua bin Nun, saying they also had an understanding of Torah and Judaism.
MK Lapid said 'Israel's school system must not permit entry of organizations that slander IDF officers and soldiers, calling them criminals and encouraging insubordination. Consider what happens to a student who hears these stories just before joining the Army.'
There have been 39 shooting attacks in Judea and Samaria this year, most of them by small groups without organizational ties.
The mixed battalions will be relocated to their own boot camp base, apart from the rest of the infantry's training facilities.
The IDF is the only institution that's still trusted widely: trust in the IDF by Jewish Israelis is at 90% (versus 93% last year) and at 82% by all Israelis. Only 32% of Israeli Arabs, however, trust the IDF.
'The system reflects the deep, fruitful collaboration between the Italian and Israeli ministries of defense.'