IDF Cyber Defense cadets fend off White Walkers in Game of Thrones inspired world
IDF Practices Evacuating Israeli Population to Safety in Largest Exercise to Date
The story of IDF’s first humanitarian rescue mission: Mexico
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IDF carries out largest illegal weapons bust of 2016
Senior IDF official explains the Syrian war on our northern border
IDF counter-terror efforts lead to 30% decrease in terror attacks in past 5 months
How can we prevent the next “lone wolf” attack?
Weapons, drugs, and global terror: Hezbollah as an international threat
Israeli Forces apprehend Palestinian Hezbollah cells recruited over social media
In a joint operation the ISA, IDF, and Israel police arrested multiple operatives in Judea and Samaria who were planning terror attacks against Israelis. The operatives were recruited by Hezbollah over social media. Hezbollah called on recruits to carry out
Hezbollah’s Multiple Violations of UN Resolution 1701
On July 12, 2006, Hezbollah killed eight Israeli soldiers and kidnapped two others. With this attack, which was the culmination of years of cross-border terror by Hezbollah, the Second Lebanon War began. From southern Lebanon, Hezbollah fired about 4,000 missiles
UN Employee Suspected of Directing Humanitarian Aid to Hamas
Earlier today, Waheed Borsh, a United Nations Development Program (UNDP) official, was indicted in a civilian court in southern Israel for using his position to provide assistance to Hamas’ terror activities in Gaza. He’s admitted to helping Hamas use humanitarian
Aerial photo reveals Hamas misuse of international donations to Gaza
Donations from the United Kingdom made to the Christian aid organization World Vision were used by Hamas to build one of such 70 military bases that operate in Gaza. The allegations are part of the June 15, 2016 arrest of
Forces apprehend Hamas cell, kill terrorist responsible for Rabbi Mark murder
Israeli security forces have apprehended the Hamas cell responsible for killing Rabbi Mark in July, and killed the terrorist who carried out the shooting.
IDF intercepts suspects smuggling weapons from Jordan
Last night, IDF forces apprehended two suspects attempting to smuggle five M-16 rifles and 20 handguns across the Israel-Jordan border. The two suspects, Palestinians from Judea and Samaria, are under investigation. This is the first weapons interception by the Lions
Israeli Navy launches anti-ship missile over 60 miles, striking retired Israeli ship
On July 5, 2016, the Israeli Navy successfully conducted an anti-ship missile exercise. During the exercise, Harpoon anti-ship missiles targeted the Israeli naval ship, “Atzmaut” (Hebrew for Independence), a retired Sa’ar 4-class missile ship.
How to defend yourself from a stabbing attack
Over the past nine months of the ongoing wave of terror, Palestinians terrorists have killed 13 Israelis and wounded many others in knife attacks. The victims were from all walks of life, including mother of six Dafna Meir, Rabbi Aharon
How the Israeli Military is fighting PTSD at its core
“We believe that a good soldier is measured not only by his or her physical skills, but also by his or her healthy mind,” says Lt. Col. Dr. Ariel Ben-Yehuda, head of the clinical branch in the mental health department. Our commanders explain how they train their soldiers to face challenges and prevent emotional scarring.
Global aid to Gaza is on the rise in 2016, as well as Hamas cross-border tunnel construction
Global aid to Gaza is on the rise in 2016, as well as Hamas cross-border tunnel construction.