Last night, four rockets were fired from the Gaza Strip into Israel, two of which were intercepted by the Iron Dome anti-missile system. Israel retaliated destroying five concealed rocket launchers in northern Gaza, one terror activity site in central Gaza and a weapon manufacturing site in southern Gaza.
The head of Israel's most powerful intelligence agency depicted Wednesday a changing battlefield in which offensive cyber capabilities will, in the near future, represent the greatest shift in combat doctrine in over 1,000 years. For now, though, he said, the 170,000 rockets and missiles pointed by enemy states at Israel represented the most pressing threat, a danger he placed even above Iran’s rogue nuclear program.
Israel says it will hold the largest military exercise in its history, after Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned the Jewish state may have to prepare for war with Iran and other rogue states.