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IDF Officer Seriously Wounded in Gaza Border Attack

A Gaza terrorist threw a live grenade at the officer while trying to cross the security fence into Israeli territory, the IDF said.

Rocket Fire Rains Down on Southern Israel on Sabbath After Midnight

The Code Red incoming rocket alert siren was triggered dozens of times in southern Israel more than an hour after midnight on Friday night.

PA Protesting Israeli Refusal to Renew Visas for Hostile Foreign Academics

In March 2017, the Knesset passed a law prohibiting the granting of entry visas or permits to stay in Israel to foreign citizens who called for a boycott of Israel.

‘Unprecedented Acts of Terror’ Burn More Than 7,400 Acres of Israeli Land

Hamas terrorists have set more than 1,000 fires since the start of this latest new campaign of terror, which began in March 2018.

IED Balloon Lands in Sderot

Israel Police immediately closed down the area and summoned the bomb squad.

Jerusalem Mufti Issues ‘Fatwa’ Forbidding Muslims to Sell Land to Jews

Sheikh Muhammad Hussein, the "Palestinian" mufti of Jerusalem, issued an edict on Tuesday calling the “land of Palestine” an inalienable religious endowment forbidden to sell to “the enemies.”

Netanyahus Attend World Cup Semi-Final

Back in June, President Putin invited both PM Netanyahu and PA Chairman Mahmoud Abbas to attend the July 15 final in Moscow.

IDF Strikes ‘Near’ Gaza Firebomb Terror Squad

An armed terrorist was also captured while infiltrating through the border fence. He was turned over for interrogation.

Gaza Terrorist Fire Attacks Escalating, Moshav Barn, Forest Lands Destroyed

A dozen firefighter teams, 30 firefighters, four firefighting aircraft and four steam shovels were still in the field at 6 pm.

IDF Foils Infiltration from Gaza

It's not clear how many terrorists were attempting to infiltrate into Israeli territory.

Gaza Trade War: Hamas, Israel, Exchange Economic Blows

"Hamas' goal is to punish Israeli farmers, and the fact that the Gazans would be deprived of fruits as a result is not its concern, let them not eat fruit."

The Great Escape from Hamas-Ruled Gaza, by Anyone Who Can

It's unclear whether Gazans who are bright, educated, qualified and still have money, will also have enough faith left in the process to wait it out, or will take their chances and try to make it out anyway while they still can.

Kerem Shalom Crossing ‘Closed’ But Not Inactive

The border crossing saw 18,154 tons of goods delivered to various sites in the enclave in 200 trucks on Sunday alone.

Hamas: Closing Kerem Shalom Crossing a ‘Crime Against Humanity’

Hamas has so far started 678 fires, which burned down 2,250 acres of Israeli forests, 1,500 acres of Israeli agricultural land, and hundred of acres of open space in Israel.

Hamas Has Invested USD $45 Million in Gaza Border Riots

More than 4000 acres of Israeli land have been burned down.

Hamas-Linked Al Quds TV Declared a Terror Organization

Israel's defense establishment called the channel "a propaganda arm of Hamas" and "central platform for disseminating the messages of the terrorist organization."

Israel Closes Gaza Crossing But Allows Humanitarian Aid to Continue

"The current situation does not allow the residents of southern Israel to maintain their daily routine."

Nonstop Fireworks in Judea and Samaria

Arab students are celebrating the publication of the results of their matriculation exams.

Report: Trump to Concentrate on Gaza Strip in Lieu of Larger Peace Deal

A senior Egyptian source said "Trump and his people have proven that they are able to think outside the box and produce creative solutions."

A Guide to the New Palestinian Authority License Plates

Palestinian Authority adding the Alphabet to their license plates

Palestinian Authority’s Abbas Hospitalized Again, Officially a ‘Medical Checkup’

As happened last time, PA officials have initially denied the report and claim Abbas was sent for a "medical checkup."

Scientist Warns Ongoing Fires Threaten Long-term Health of Gaza Belt Ecology

"If the current situation continues ... it could cause a permanent change in the landscape. That means very extensive ecological damage."

Report: Germany Mediating Prisoner Exchange Deal with Hamas

Hamas insists that no information be given about them before the release of 54 prisoners who were released by Israel during the Shalit deal and re-arrested over the past four years.

Defense Minister Screams at Shabak Chief over Arabs’ Family Unification

Lieberman attacked, saying, "You've crossed the red lines," Argaman replied: "I don't work for you."

PA: Israel’s Blocking ‘Pay-to Slay’ a Declaration of War

The PA said it would file complaints against Israel at the International Criminal Court and U.N. Security Council.

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