Efrat mayor explains how terrorist was caught'We do not like to live behind fences', says Efrat mayor Oded Ravivi.
MK Glick cried: 'Why was this place destroyed?'MK Yehuda Glick visits ruins of Migron - evacuated four years ago today - and asks 'Why was this place destroyed? Who gained from it?'
Palestinian woman armed with knife arrestedA young Palestinian woman was walking toward the town of Itamar with a knife and dropped it when she spotted security personnel.
Minister Ariel: All houses in Judea & Samaria must be legalizedAt Rav Kook conference, Minister Uri Ariel stresses that Regulation Law must be passed and all Judea and Samaria communities legalized.
Azariya trial: 'Deficient conduct by officers'Res. General will testify to deficiencies in the professional conduct of the terror scene by officers after Azariya shooting incident.
Stabbing attack in EfratOne person wounded in a stabbing attack in the town of Efrat. Terrorist neutralized.
'We couldn't have gotten a better deal'Acting National Security Adviser rejects criticism of defense aid agreement with the United States.
IDF reinforces presence in Judea and SamariaIn light of recent attacks, army stations additional troops in Judea and Samaria.
Security Minister: Israel concerned about level of violenceDespite terror attacks, Internal Security Minister Gilad Erdan insists that the government is dealing well with the current terror wave.
IDF beefing up forces in HevronVillage of Bani Naim is under lockdown and only "humanitarian" cases are allowed to leave it.
Iron Dome intercepts two rockets over GolanFor the first time ever, the anti-missile system is used operationally in the Golan Heights. The rockets were 'strays.'
Powell: Israel has 200 nukes pointed at IranEx-Secretary of State wrote in 2015 e-mail: "The boys in Tehran know Israel has 200, all targeted on Tehran, and we have thousands."
Soldier lightly wounded in HevronSaturday morning terror attack: Terrorist stabs soldier, is shot dead in Hevron.
Erdan blasts 'hypocrite' BarakPublic Security Minister says Ehud Barak's criticism of the defense aid agreement with the United States is politically motivated.
Republican senator: Israel made a mistake signing security dealRepublican Senator Lindsey Graham argues Israel could have gotten a better security aid package had it waited until after Obama left office.
PA condemns Israel for neutralizing terroristsPA spokesperson calls on the international community to condemn Israel for killing 'martyrs' and protect the PA.
IDF soldier lightly wounded in terror attackTerrorist knife attack near Hevron leaves IDF soldier lightly wounded. The terrorist is likely dead.
Liberman hails 'best chapter' ever of Israel-Cyprus relations"Despite all political problems and security problems in our region, we are two small democracies and very, very reliable friends."
Car terror attempt near Kiryat ArbaThe attack is the second terror attempt within an hour.
Stabbing attack at Damascus GateAn Arab terrorist tried to commit a stabbing attack at the Damascus Gate of the Old City of Jerusalem. He was killed by police.
Druze to Eizenkot: Guard our brothers in SyriaDruze leaders met with the IDF Chief of Staff, requesting aid for their brothers on the Syrian border.
'Barak wants to remind us of his existence'Tourism Minister Yariv Levin isn't impressed by former Defense Minister's opposition to aid agreement.
'They're stoning us!'4 minute phone conversation reveals the harrowing moments when two female soldiers mistakenly entered hostile Arab territory.
'His heroism saved lives'The family of soldier Almog Shiloni reacts to the conviction of their son's murderer yesterday.
Trump advisor: Aid to Israel won't be limited by MOUDonald Trump’s Israel advisor declares that under a Trump administration, the level of cooperation with Israel will be unprecedented.
Ya'alon: I don't believe aid agreement will meet our needsFormer Defense Minister Moshe Ya’alon claims he negotiated a better defense aid deal with the U.S. while he was still in office.
Dichter fires back at Barak over criticism of U.S. aid deal"I do not recall Barak having any dramatic successes," says Likud MK after former PM criticizes defense aid agreement.
Netanyahu issues stern warning to terrorists"Anyone who trickles rocket fire on us - will receive a shower in return," warns Prime Minister.
Expert testimony: Azariya's bullet didn't kill the terroristAutopsy shows terrorist was nearly dead by the time Azariya shot his bullet.
What will Israel's next war look like?Could Israel be facing multi-front war with hundreds of thousands of rockets targeting Israeli cities? IDF presents war scenario to cabinet.
Barak slams Israel-US defense agreementFormer Prime Minister Ehud Barak slams Netanyahu’s leadership in his op-ed in the Washington Post
Expert to testify Azariya's bullet not cause of terrorist deathLeading forensic pathologists will take to the witness stand today and claim that Azariya's bullet is not responsible for terrorist's death.
Ex-Ambassador to US: Israel could have gotten better dealIsrael's former deputy foreign minister, Dani Ayalon feels Israel could have got more foreign aid if PM hadn't criticized the nuclear pact.
IAF attacks Hamas infrastructures following rocket fireIAF attacks terrorist infrastructures belonging to Hamas after a rocket from Gaza explodes in the Eshkol region.
Obama's $38B aid package to Israel comes with caveatsObama's $38B aid package to Israel comes with caveats: It's generous, but on his terms,
Obama hails new defense aid to IsraelPresident Obama says new aid agreement "will make a significant contribution to Israel’s security".
Gaza rocket explodes in southern IsraelRocket fired by Gaza terrorists explodes in open area of Eshkol Regional Council. No physical injuries or damages.
Liberman declares boycott of United Nations Special CoordinatorMinister of Defense Liberman, orders security establishment to cease all communication with Nikolay Maldenov, UN coordinator to Middle East.
Historic defense pact between USA and IsraelPrime Minister of Israel says defense agreement is "unprecedented"
Terrorist sentenced to life for murdering Israeli soldierJudge from Tel Aviv District Court stipulates that terrorist must be incarcerated at least 40 years, and may not be exchanged.
Who's protecting the Henkins' murderers?The Im Tirtzu movement protested against the Center for Defence of the Individual who petitioned to prevent demolishing terrorist houses.
American cops impressed with Israeli police comraderyOver a hundred policemen and sheriffs from the US came on a tour of Israel to meet and learn from their Israeli counterparts.
Gaza vehicle-smugglers ring exposedSecurity forces arrest smugglers involved in transporting off-road vehicles into Gaza for Hamas use.
IDF attacks in Syria following latest 'spillover'Israel Air Force targets artillery positions of the Syrian regime after three projectiles hit Israel.
PA to pay electric bill after ten yearsThe Palestinian Authority will pay 570 million shekels to the Israel Electric Corporation
Terrorist who smuggled explosives by sea capturedA terrorist from Gaza took advantage of his fishing permit to smuggle explosives. Questioning reveals he planned terror attack on soldiers.
3 mortar shells explode in the Golan HeightsIn what is becoming a repeated occurrence, 3 mortar shells fired from Syria explode in Golan in what appears to be unintentional fire.
Liberman: Unconditional support for our troops'Every soldier in a situation of combat, even if he made a strategic error, must have unconditional support from our entire administration.'
IDF denies Syria downed Israeli planes'Missiles were fired at our aircraft, but never threatened the targets.'
IDF attacks Syrian regime targets in the Golan HeightsAircraft from the Israel Air Force strike cannons belonging to the Syrian regime after mortar explodes in the Golan Heights.
Soldiers attacked after mistakenly entering TulkaremTwo soldiers lost their way, apparently because of the navigation app they were using - and ended up in Tulkarem.
Hamas takes advantage of cancer patientsHamas has been taking advantage of privileges granted to cancer patients to smuggle funds and give directives for terror attacks.
Bennett: Our security might not be PC, but it works darn wellAt counter-terrorism summit, Education Minister Naftali Bennett compares modern challenges to problems at the dawn of internet banking.
Watch: Jerusalem police dogs get well-deserved fun day offThe dogs of the Border Police's Dog Handler Unit took a day off from active duty to enjoy some watery fun.
Report: Netanyahu and Erdogan will meetIsraeli PM and Turkish President will reportedly meet on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly.
'The next defense aid package will be the largest in history'U.S. Ambassador to Israel Dan Shapiro says the next American defense aid package will cover Israel's security needs until 2029.
'As long as the terrorist is moving, he's a threat'The Platoon Sergeant who commanded Sgt. Elor Azaria takes the witness stand