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David's Sling Air Defense Shield to be Fully Operation in Israel in Early April
As tensions mount between Israel and its neighbors, the country’s David's Sling missile defense system will be operationally ready in the next two weeks. [ No Comments ]

Syrian UN Envoy: Putin Sent Message to Israel That Its Freedom to Act in Syria Is Over
Russia has sent a clear message to Israel that the rules of the game have changed in Syria and its freedom to act in Syrian skies is over, Syria’s ambassador to the United Nations said on Sunday night. [ 2 Comments ]

Israel said to strike Syria for second time in 24 hours, amid threats from Damascus
Israel is said to have struck Syria overnight Sunday-Monday, the second strike in 24 hours and third in three days as tensions escalated between the two countries over the weekend. [ No Comments ]

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The Trump administration reiterated its concerns about Israeli settlement activity, the two sides said on Thursday, as a round of talks ended without agreement over limiting future construction on land the Palestinians want for a state.

A gang of five Arab terrorists attacked the Jewish town of Beit El in Samaria Thursday night, hurling firebombs at the entrance to the community.

Police in the Israeli city of Ashkelon arrested a Jewish teenager suspected of making bomb threats to Jewish centers in North America and elsewhere around the world.

If Islamic militants in Gaza or Lebanon go to war with Israel, they could find their usual targets empty.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Wednesday that 'significant progress' has been made toward an understanding between Israel and the US on settlement construction.

The Iranian Revolutionary Guards have built a number of weapons production factories in Lebanon and handed them over to Hezbollah, which has been running the production lines for the past three months, Kuwaiti newspaper Al-Jarida recently reported.

Even if world powers and Iran had not agreed to the recent nuclear deal aimed at preventing Tehran from obtaining atomic weapons capabilities in exchange for the lifting of economic sanctions, the Islamic Republic would still imperil Israel's security, Mossad chief Yossi Cohen said Tuesday morning.

President Donald Trump's envoy Jason Greenblatt asked Israel to cease building in communities in Judea and Samaria located outside of the so-called 'settlement blocs', an Israeli source privy to Greenblatt's talks with Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu told Haaretz on Wednesday.

Israeli Defence Minister Avigdor Lieberman on Sunday threatened to destroy Syrian air defence systems after they fired ground-to-air missiles at Israeli warplanes carrying out strikes.

IDF Chief of Staff Gadi Eizenkot warned Sunday that the Hezbollah terror organization in Lebanon was preparing for its next major attack on Israel, and that war with the fundamentalist Shiite group was only a matter of time.

The director of the Shin Bet (Israel Security Agency) Nadav Argaman warned on Monday morning that despite the current relative calm, Hamas and other terrorists entities may attempt to carry out attacks ahead of the upcoming Passover holiday.

The Trump administration will boycott the United Nation's Human Rights Council, or UNHRC, due to its efforts to advance an anti-Israel agenda, according to senior administration officials familiar with the effort who spoke to the Washington Free Beacon.

The IDF's Southern Command called up its reserve forces for a surprise exercise on Sunday amid a recent increase in rockets fired from the Gaza Strip at southern Israel.

Two Hamas positions were struck by Israeli fighter jets and tanks in the northern Gaza Strip on Saturday, the army said.

Palestinian media reported over the weekend that Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas was going to meet US President Donald Trump in mid-April.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu held his second meeting this week with US President Donald Trump's Special Envoy for International Negotiations Jason Greenblatt, on Thursday for further discussions that focused heavily on West Bank settlements but apparently failed to reach an agreement.

Israeli Air Force jets struck two Hamas installations in the north of the Gaza Strip early Thursday in response to the latest rocket fire from the territory at Israeli communities nearby, the army said.

The Knesset on Wednesday passed 49-14 in a preliminary reading a measure that would widen the definition of 'harmful content' on the Internet to reduce the exposure of youths to pornographic content. The bill also sets an extra state-funding grant to Internet providers that filter this type of content.

A new Iran-funded Iraqi Hezbollah 'brigade' aims to 'liberate' the Golan Heights from Israel, spokesman Seyed Hashem Moussavi last week said last week at a news conference in Iran.

Archaeologist Asaf Avraham, former director of the Jerusalem Walls National Park of the Parks Authority, is a guest of the opening conference of the Knesset lobby to strengthen Jewish ties to the Temple Mount heritage.

Bulgarian-Israeli lawyer Moshe Aloni is seeking support for a campaign to award the Nobel Peace Prize to the Bulgarian Independent Orthodox Church for protecting the country's Jewish minority during the Holocaust.

Despite having declared at last month's press conference with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu that he was not insisting on a two-state solution, Trump told Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas on Friday that he was committed to two states and to advancing the peace process between Israel and the Palestinians, Abbas said Sunday.

Iranian Envoy to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Reza Najafi accused Israel on Thursday of being behind the assassinations of several scientists working on Iran's nuclear energy plan.

U.S. President Donald Trump on Friday invited Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas to the White House, an Abbas spokesman said, after the two leaders spoke by phone for the first time since Trump took office.

Arab League foreign ministers adopted a resolution Tuesday against any attempt to move diplomatic missions to Jerusalem, following Donald Trump's presidential campaign pledge to move the American embassy in Israel.

U.S. President Donald Trump and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu spoke on the phone Monday and discussed the danger posed by Iran.

We shouldn't have been surprised this week when tens of thousands of CIA documents were released, revealing the organization's cyber warfare methods and its operations to break into and attack computers and smart phones. Even the fact that a Samsung refrigerator can be used as a listening device that records voices in its vicinity is not new. The Korean company itself issued a warning saying as much to its customers more than a year ago.

Iran is the source of the vast majority of Israel's security concerns, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Monday at an event commemorating the victims of a 1992 Iranian-sponsored terror attack against Israel in Argentina.

A day after Iran test its S-300 advanced missile defense system, Israel is cautiously monitoring the situation.

According to Congressman Ron DeSantis (R-Florida)--the chairman of the House Subcommittee on National Security who led a two-day delegation to Israel over the weekend--President Trump is likely to announce in June that the U.S. Embassy in Israel will relocate to Jerusalem from Tel Aviv. DeSantis said he expected the move will be announced within months and stressed that it will signal to the world that the U.S. stands by its allies.