Tuesday, May 21, 2019
Ariel Sharon, a past prime minister of Israel who was crucial in the disengagement from Gaza and the founder of the influential Kadima party, died today. He was 85.
The Israel Defense Forces and the U.S. Marine Corps recently completed a joint exercise in southern Israel, Channel 2 reported Thursday.
As the conflict between Hamas and Israel continues, there is one source of good news--advanced technology designed not to kill but to protect civilians.
Wednesday, the Israel Air Force strengthened considerably with the arrival of the Samson plane, the new generation C-130J Super Hercules.
The number of Israeli soldiers who died during their service in 2015 was the lowest in a decade, the Israel Defense Forces said Sunday.
The Knesset opening session was buzzing with new faces, as 39 new Members of Knesset joined their colleagues in the swearing in ceremony.
19-year-old Border Patrol officer Hadar Cohen succumbed to injuries that she received during a shooting and stabbing attack that occurred near Jerusalem.
Israeli medical clowns are helping to cheer up the people of Nepal.
Israel announced today that its new U.S.-supported missile defense system, David’s Sling, has successfully passed several trials on the way to a final test.
Some 29,500 new immigrants arrived in Israel since last Rosh Hashanah, a 13 percent increase over the previous year.


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