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There are an estimated 6,400 Lone Soldiers from 80 countries serving in the IDF today. About 880 of them are American.
"We must be capable, prepared and able to defend ourselves by ourselves against any threat. That is the lesson since the victory over Nazism.”
The two men have known each other for years, and during Eizenkot’s last visit to the U.S. he was presented with a similar medal by Dunford.
Last August Eizenkot received the U.S. Legion of Merit from Dunford during the honor guard ceremony at the Pentagon in Washington.
Sara’s world was nearly destroyed in 2008, when her husband Reuven was killed during an IDF training exercise while doing reserve duty.
'I am against religious coercion,' he states flatly.
David's Sling is meant to bolster the second tier of Israel's theater missile defense system -- its detection and attack range is three times that of Iron Dome.
Both Friday's and Saturday's attacks involved 'lone wolves,' and are not an indication of emerging organized attacks.
'I never wished to return to that place of our degradation and annihilation, but to return in the company of our noblest, bravest of the brave – our IDF soldiers, makes my spirit soar with pride and hope.'
Hezbollah knows that civilian killed by Israel are a strategic asset. They reportedly offered reduced-price housing to Shiite families who allowed them to store rocket launchers in their homes
The Arabs were inside the buffer zone where civilians are prohibited from entering.
Eizenkot said the IDF would persist in preventing weapons shipments to Hezbollah.
FIDF’s flagship national event in New York has never been postponed before in the organization’s 36-year history.
The IDF will use the vessels to patrol the Gaza coastline and to help defend southern Israel in times of war.
Hezbollah-linked protesters from southern Lebanon tried to infiltrate northern Israel but were stopped by the IDF.
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.