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The main focus of this year's Blue Flag aerial exercise has been on reconnaissance, air strikes and SEAD operations.
Ali al-As'am (71), a Bedouin from Tel Sheva, was finally arrested Monday, and police suspect it was his unattended camels who walked into two fatal accidents and caused many other calamities.
The winemakers of Israel are unique because they're constantly "trading ideas back and forth. If one winery in Israel succeeds, we all succeed."
Sources inside the kibbutz estimate that the arson was a "price tag" punishment to the nearest Jewish enclave, as Bedouin revenge against law enforcement.
The comprehensive document is part of organization's new campaign to end Negev lawlessness, and offer solutions to bring the Bedouin community into the fold of Israeli society.
Internal Security Minister Gilad Erdan (Likud): 'A terrorist belonging to the Islamic movement sped at our forces aiming to kill as many police as he could even before the eviction had begun.'
A winter wonderland in the Golan Heights and rainy weather in the rest of Israel is a blessing that will help fill Lake Kinneret with much-needed water.
The first two F-35 Adir stealth fighter jets arrive Monday fresh from final US-Israeli tweaks.
Fifty years after that catastrophic Arab failure, in 1977, the UN declared an International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian People, to be celebrated each year on November 29.
The first two F-35 stealth fighter jets are expected to arrive in Israel next month.
Winter rains have arrived on schedule in Israel, reaching from the north to the south, with high winds.
Gunshots were heard along the Israeli-Egyptian border, and an Israeli Arab teen has been killed.
The biggest challenge facing the new data storage system would be the requirement that the Infantry, Armored Forces, IAF, and Navy be able to share it effectively.