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"This incident should disturb the sleep of all the citizens in this country, especially the residents of Judea and Samaria."
Some in Hamas claim that the man was kidnapped by the IDF. In any event, he should be a source of valuable information for Israeli security forces.
A teenage boy who was barred from his home in Yitzhar and also from Samaria is allowed to return for lack of placement elsewhere.
An armed Palestinian Authority Arab was caught by IDF soldiers overnight after he infiltrated into Israeli territory from southern Gaza. His motives were unclear.
A Wednesday decree issued by Shabak truly sounded like part of the mad hatter's party in Alice in Wonderland.
The reason for the severe limits on his civil rights is stated as: "To secure state security, public peace and maintaining public order."
The Hamas terror cell that bombed a Jerusalem bus has been caught and interrogated; the attackers are being held in custody pending an order to extend remand.
Hamas has a factory in Hebron to manufacture parts for its weapons which ships the goods the Gaza. This time the smugglers were caught.
Police returned the body of the Bezeq technician-turned-terrorist who murdered a 60-year-old rabbi in the heart of Jerusalem. He was buried as a martyr.
So far, Meir Kahane's great grandson, Netzach Binyamin, who is two months old, has not been served with a Ya'alon administrative detention writ.
His sea-smuggling operation moved ammunition into Gaza, including liquid fiberglass used to produce rockets.
Two suspects have been arrested and are still being questioned for the Hizme checkpoint bombing earlier this month.
The new head of the ISA (Shin Bet, or 'Shabak') has been with the agency for decades.
The Arab teen killer of Soroka neurosurgical nurse Daphna Meir was convicted this week in an Israeli military court.
Recently, the Shabak has noted a vast increase in salt shipments to Gaza, and soon figured out it was being used to conceal smuggled illegal chemicals.
Abu-Sneimeh’s combat record allegedly includes reconnaissance missions on IDF movements along the Gaza border, setting up explosive devices on the Israeli side, and even firing rockets and mortars into Israel from Gaza.
IDF soldiers have discovered a newly-dug Hamas tunnel leading into Israel from Gaza.