Embracing Israel's fallen heros all year roundFather of soldier who died during Operation Protective Edge launches new and unique app together with the Ministry of Defense.
Six weeks of terror, 19 new disabled veterans19 soldiers and border police accepted into Ministry of Defense rehabilitative programs since October 1; 594 since last year.
IDF Nab Suspected Suicide Bomber In SamariaThe Jalama crossing, north of Jenin, was shut down after man stopped with what appeared to be explosives; police reveal he was unarmed.
Illegals Found in Woman's Car TrunkWoman with three daughters apprehended crossing checkpoint from Samaria with Arab men in car trunk.
Plates Arrive at IDF Base Wrapped in Bible PagesCentral Command base soldiers shocked to discover plates wrapped in pages ripped from Bible; Defense Ministry launches investigation.
Second Arrow 3 Missile Test SuccessfulSystem to counter longer-range, higher-altitude missiles undergoes successful flight test.
Finance to Defense: Buy Israeli Boots or No BudgetFinance Committee meeting determines no budget transfers to Ministry of Defense until pledge to buy Israeli boots, demands deal by weekend.
First ‘Intifada’ Victim: Is Our Blood Less Red?Victims of terrorism are hurt by decision to remember just soldiers at new memorial. Supreme Court will not intervene.
Chief of Staff Concludes Official Visit to CanadaDuring visit, Lt. Gen. Gantz discussed global security issues with his Canadian counterparts.
Israel Releases Arrow 3 PhotosIsrael's Ministry of Defense released photos of a recent Arrow 3 anti-ballistic missile system test amid rising tensions with Iran.
Def. Min. to MKs: Pay for Your Own HelicopterMinistry snubs Knesset members, refuses to provide helicopter, in possible tit-for-tat over funding.