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7 IDF Soldiers Killed Today in Battles

7 IDF soldiers were killed in battles with Hamas since last night.

5 Arrested for Smuggling Phones to Security Prisoners in Soft Drink Packages

Police say the smugglers were paid handsomely: from a few thousand shekels for a miniature cellphone, to the equivalent of $2,255 for a normal-size cellphone, and $4,230 for a smuggled smartphone.

Arab Crosses Security Fence From Gaza Into Israel

Why did the Palestinian Authority Arab cross the security fence? Israel is trying to find out.

IDF Recommends Giving Palestinian Authority Weapons and Freeing Prisoners

The recommendations were formulated at the IDF headquarters and were sent to the political leadership for confirmation.

New Election Poll Released

The first poll released since the announcement of new elections.

New Gaza Tunnel Collapse Buries Alive Islamic Jihad Terrorists

Six more terrorists are buried alive and 10 others are injured as another tunnel collapses beneath the sands of Gaza.

Peres and Netanyahu ‘Parlent Francois’ to Hollande

France and Israel were at each other’s throats nine years ago because of Israel’s warning to French Jews of rampant anti-Semitism, but common enemies have brought the two countries together, for now.

Eisenkot: ‘Israel Owes Lt. Colonel M. More Than Can Be Said’

“We knew he was an officer,” a neighbor said, “but no one knew what unit he served in, or that he was a Lieutenant Colonel.”

Bibi Warns Iranians on Persian BBC, ‘Nukes Will Make You Slaves’ (Video)

Netanyahu takes his media blitz as close as possible to Iran, speaking on BBC’s Persian channel. “You are slaves, and we are not suckers,” he said. He threw in a couple of words in Persian for good measure.

Terrorist Fails Attack Attempt on IDF Soldier in Hebron

An Arab attempted to stab an IDF soldier in Hebron on Thursday at midday but the attack was foiled.

Netanyahu’s Secret Trip to Oman

The last visit to Oman by an Israeli leader took place in 1996, when then-Prime Minister Shimon Peres arrived for talks.

Terrorist Stabbing Foiled Near Hebron

A terrorist fails and is shot and killed after trying to stab a soldier at the Beit Anoun Junction near Hebron.

Young Arab Teens Confess to Attacking Border Guard Officers

Three Arab wannabe teen terrorists are arrested in a firebombing attack on Border Guard police officers near Jerusalem.

Sources: IDF Preparing for Action on Hamas Tunnels Across Gaza Border

The IDF does not rule out the possibility that Hamas has succeeded in digging attack tunnels that cut through the border fence system.

Coalition Partners Ban No-Shows at Upcoming Pivotal Knesset Summer Session

The official language of the state will be only Hebrew, with Arabic being downgraded to a special status.

Netanyahu to Suspend Ban on Temple Mount Visits by MKs

MK Rabbi Yehuda Glick, founder and years-long director of the Temple Mount Heritage Foundation, has remained dedicated to bringing Jews to tour the sacred site.

Dr. Orly Weinstein to Head Israel Hospitals Authority

A new director is appointed to the Israel Hospitals Authority by Health Minister Yaacov Litzman.

Report: Kerry May Have Exposed Israeli Collaborator on Erekat’s Team

Kerry apparently cited raw information the US was not supposed to have, thus exposing a 20-year operation Israel maintained inside the PLO top command.

Court Charges Would-Be Palestinian Authority Truck Terrorist

The terrorist intended to carry out a ramming attack against IDF soldiers at a bus stop in the central region.

Saleh Al-Arouri, Co-Founder of Hamas Military Wing to be Deputy Politburo Chief

Arouri and a number of other Hamas operatives are currently based in Lebanon, where they met last month with Iranian officials.

Time to End PA Pretense to Peace, Says FM Liberman

FM: Mahmoud Abbas’ actions brought Hamas to power in Gaza and now they will rise in Judea and Samaria.

Follow Knesset Vote Count in Real Time!

Politics junkies and sports fans alike will enjoy the new up-to-the-minute poll updates being made available for this Tuesday’s Knesset elections.

GOP Pressures Obama to Cut US Ties to UNESCO Over Jerusalem

Republican senators are urging President Obama to suspend the US membership at UNESCO over the Jerusalem resolutions.

First Missile Attack in 3 Months Hits near Ashkelon

Hamas broke the sound of silence in Ashkelon Tuesday morning and attacked the industrial with a missile at 7 a.m., exactly when thousands of people began arriving to work.

Terrorist Attack Foiled By Border Guard Police Near Hebron

The suspect was carrying a commando knife and no identity papers. He refused to cooperate with police and wouldn't answer any questions.

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