Monday, December 11, 2017
The IDF’s all-Druze battalion learns to battle Hezbollah terrorists positioned just kilometers from Druze villages, protecting their homes.
A bomb exploded on a public bus in Bat Yam Sunday afternoon after all passengers had been evacuated thanks to the bus driver and an observant passenger.
The Israel Museum is now the proud owner of the world’s first ever Jewish coin.
Zookeepers at Ramat Gan Safari in Tel Aviv recently discovered an unusual penguin pairing. Two jackass penguins, both females, have become lifemates.
The recent snowstorm in Jerusalem has taken its toll on the animals of the Biblical Zoo in Jerusalem.
As soon as the snowstorm hit Israel last week, the IDF was ready to act. This is how it helped Israelis and Palestinians alike to get back on their feet.
Israel and the European Union are widening their open skies agreement, in a bid to promote sharing of airspace over the Mediterranean Sea basin.
An estimated 6,000 homes were still without power in Jerusalem Sunday, following the worst snowstorm the region has seen in 50 years.
An Israeli soldier was killed yesterday by a Lebanese sniper along the Israeli-Lebanese border.
With the first snow that fell in Israel, IDF soldiers donned gloves and prepared to defend the northern border despite the snowstorms.


[Wow-Modal-Windows id=1]