Home Tags Terrorists
'If you or I gave money, weapons or support to al-Qaeda or ISIS, we would be thrown in jail. Why does our government get a free pass on this?'
The maritime blockade of Gaza prevents terrorists from "importing" more arms than they already manage to get.
IDF soldiers also found owners of gas stations supplying gasoline to terrorists.
An Israeli car was badly damaged in a stoning attack near Kiryat Arba; no word on the driver's condition.
This contradictory message is liable to cause even more confusion and hesitation.
Two young Arab schoolboys with knives went on an adventure to be terrorists in Gush Etzion. But they were caught.
Hamas has test-fired a long-range missile in what appears to be an escalation in its preparations for war against Israel.
Russia is joining Egypt in a military drill this month, with future plans that seem to be a clear warning aimed at terrorists in Northern Sinai.
The ECRI recommended to the British government that it start “training” the British media NOT to report the Muslim background of terrorists. The request was rejected.
PM Netanyahu orders increased forces at Temple Mount and in Old City before he leaves for New York to meet with Pres. Obama.
A group of UNIFIL soldiers were rushed to a field hospital in southern Lebanon after their vehicle blew up when it hit a landmine while on patrol.
Despite the policemen's warning, the car continued to speed up directly towards the officers...
A Gaza equipment merchant was indicted on seven charges of smuggling scuba diving equipment into the region and selling it to Hamas.
erry shows the world how he misunderstands terrorists. They don't just murder and attack for the attention. It's an act of war, another genre in the military lexicon.
The court case involving the families of terror victims against the Palestinian Authority takes a new turn, and further appeal may be required.
Seemingly harmless domestic responsibilities given to "Palestinians" have morphed it into a dangerous terror state recognized as real by most countries of the world
Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman has reversed his predecessor Moshe Ya'alon's policy regarding the return of terrorists' bodies to their families for burial.
Police offered to hand over the body in exchange for a late night funeral, with only 15 people present. The family eventually refused those terms and police pulled back their offer.