IDF dismantled an explosive device in the vicinity of the security fence on the northern border between Gaza and Israel on March 18, an army spokesman said.
A pair of rockets fired from Syria exploded in Israel’s Golan Heights today, signifying a new peak in tensions being felt in Israel's northern borders.
The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) today denounced a speech by Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas to the U.N. Human Rights Council.
Iran has been studying Israeli military strategy for years, reports a news outlet in the Islamic republic.
Israel targeted five Gaza sites late Saturday evening, hours after terrorists fired missiles into the southern Israeli city of Ashkelon.
A U.S. Treasury official claimed that the Lebanese terror group Hezbollah is in its 'worst financial shape in decades.'
The Hebron evictions followed confirmation that Israel intends to seize 380 acres near Jericho despite U.S. opposition.
Malachi Rosenfeld, the 27-year old wounded in the shooting attack Monday, died of his wounds at the Shaare Zedek Medical Center in Jerusalem.
Israeli President Shimon Peres sat down for a live interview with Arab news site Panet today, answering questions from citizens from across the Middle East.
Israel was outraged to learn that the U.N.'s heritage body was planning to adopt a resolution declaring the Temple Mount sacred to 'Muslims only.'