Sinwar has been the topic of many conversations in Israel's security apparatus, over the growing need to assassinate him.
Terrorists whom Israel freed to being back home kidnapped soldier Gilad Shalit have killed six Israelis since 2014.
The Hamas terror cell was responsible for the fatal shooting on June 29, that killed Malachi Rosenfeld.
Amar had a very good reason to do what he did: it is a well established Israeli government policy that Israel will always negotiate with terrorists.
At least one of the Arabs killed this morning, after attacking an Israeli Border Police jeep in the Qalandiya refugee camp, was possibly a...
It's sadly familiar to hear Abbas invoking cultural values that reject kidnapping and hostage-taking while threatening to do exactly that.
Ben Caspit says the Shalit's kidnapping may have been prevented. That’s easy for him to say. He was not under rocket attack when he made these judgmental comments.
If you respect American law, than you must accept that Jonathan Pollard was sentenced for committing a crime that, on average, results in a sentence of 3-5 years.
The terror unit's leader is still at large in Gaza.
There is abundant and growing cause to deeply regret the extorted decision that led to October 2011's mass release of unrepentant killers and other terrorists from Israeli prisons.
Shalit announced that he would talk with them if they agreed to it, and he would even shake the hands of Gilad's kidnappers, also saying he would kidnap Israeli soldiers if he was a Palestinian. He insisted that PM Binyamin Netanyahu was not solely responsible for the release of Gilad, and charged that the PM only released his son because the polls showed that 70-80% of the public supported the deal.
Noam Shalit, fresh off his successful campaign to have his son, Gilad, freed in exchange for over a thousand Arab security prisoners, will attempt to win a Knesset seat with the Labor party.
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