Deputy Defense Minister proposes law to give soldiers immunityDeputy Defense Minister Eli Ben-Dahan says Israeli must protect its soldiers, proposes law granting immunity during war and terror attacks.
Elbit Systems awarded $35 million contract by RafaelElbit Systems awarded $35 Million contract by Rafael Defense Systems to supply laser target designators to countries in Asia-Pacific region.
Residents of Judea and Samaria feel most secure of all IsraelisCBS finds residents of Judea and Samaria feel the most secure of all Israelis. Residents of Jerusalem feel the least secure.
Israel involved in undisclosed security incidentDeputy Minister of Regional Cooperation publishes details of security incident on Facebook. The post was removed under a gag order.
Security officials urge business-as-usual for Jewish holidaysUS security officials and Jewish community leaders prepare for Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur in the face of rising terror threat.
No respite for Israelis against ongoing attacksILTV reports: Security forces stress open fire policy only when life is threatened. Latest surge in Palestinian terror attacks continues.
When Professor Yonah met AbbasMK Yonah reports that PA leader Mahmoud Abbas wishes to repair the trust between Israel and PA - but he is no peace lover.
Agricultural Terror: Every night, at all timesFarmers complaining about daily burglaries and robberies find little help from police
Do administrative detentions prevent 'Jewish terror'?Att'y Itamar Ben Gvir rips Haaretz newspaper over claim that rise in administrative detention led to decrease in so-called 'Jewish terror'.
Yisrael Beytenu MK: No more tolerance of terrorismLiberman confidant says 'rules of the game in Gaza have changed'.
MK Shelah: Netanyahu 'aggression' ruined US aid dealMK Ofer Shelah (Yesh Atid) blasted PM Netanyahu on his Facebook page for provoking - through his 'aggression'- the US to cut back on aid.
Israel's had success against 'lone wolf' terrorists — here's how"Lone wolf" terrorism in Europe is making headlines around the world. But in Israel, the phenomenon is old news.
Security increased for MK Glick following Arab incitementAfter a video calling for MK Yehuda Glick's murder gains thousands of views of Youtube, Knesset Speaker beefs up security for Likud MK.
Benghazi report revealed: Surprise allies, security snafusSacrificed for politics: 4 Americans die as State Department worries about offending Libya. The rest rescued by Qhaddafi supporters.
'In next war, thousands of rockets will hit in heart of Israel'Senior military official warns of heavy rocket fire in next Lebanon war: '300 tons per month, equivalent to 5 hours of Air Force bombing'.
Bennett: If we stand our ground, the world will stand with usNaftali Bennett: The world respects nations which respect themselves; current focus on two states bad for Israel.
'The IDF is preparing for all possible scenarios'MK confirms that Hamas is still building terror tunnels, rebuilding arsenal - but claims 'we have what to rely on' for the next war.
NYPD increases Passover securityFollowing terror attacks in Europe and concerns over attacks in the US, NYPD announce preparations to protect haredim in Brooklyn.
Cell phone app exposes hapless truck thiefApprehended truck thief forgot he had installed an app to record phone calls, exposing the criminal's conversations during the heist.
NYC: Yeshivas, other schools, to get $20M for securityReligious Jewish schools in New York City are prime beneficiaries of a special $20 million budget for "school security."
Life continues in Galilee despite Hezbollah threatsUpper Galilee Regional Council Head, in special interview, reveals how residents balance security concerns with life as usual.
16,000 Birthright participants bring tourism spike amid terrorVisiting Jewish youths undaunted and look forward to experiencing everything that Israel has to offer.
'Terrorists have to fear - not us'Northern communities in Israel hold emergency drills following rocket fire - but assert it's Hezbollah, not Israel, who should worry.
CAP: Concerned, alert and preparedA sunrise on Hanukkah, when viewed from the right spot, can transform darkness into light. And how to keep that light burning is described below.
New weapon scopes for IDF soldiersNew Mepro-M5 red dot sight scopes to enter IDF units in the upcoming weeks
El Al: Crew can't stay overnight in BrusselsConcerned that its crews could end up in the hands of terrorists, the airline has issued several security warnings to workers.
Battered by terrorism, can Jerusalem get back on its feet?It's all the sense of perspective, city officials says. 'Jerusalem has one of the lowest crime rates of major cities in the world.'
Once again, Gush Etzion residents face the stress of Arab terrorResidents keeping a stiff upper lip, but don't deny it's tough; 'No one is giving up their daily lives, but the stress is unfathomable.'
After deadly attacks, Gush Etzion taking no chances on securityGush Etzion Regional Council tells Arutz Sheva how it's protecting residents from unrelenting Arab terrorism.
Security to be increased at Jewish sites in ItalyItalian police to secure places of Jewish worship and sites linked to Israel following Milan stabbing attack.
Jerusalem buses left unguarded despite government promiseTeam of civilian security guards was supposed to be posted throughout the city in November - but now the training itself has been postponed.
70 Glocks, one new armored car: Knesset boosts securityMKs to receive extra security as terror heightens - but no new measures for MKs in Judea-Samaria.
Poll: Who can Stop Terror? Liberman, Not NetanyahuChannel 2 poll reveals 29% believe Liberman is best for security, 17% back PM and 11% Bennett. 72% unsatisfied with Netanyahu.
Jerusalem Schools Shutdown over Terror FearsHigh schools in Jerusalem on strike Thursday amid parental concerns over deteriorating security situation.
Is it Safe For Jews to Visit the Kotel? Rabbis DisagreeGur Rebbe reportedly bars followers from visiting Western Wall in light of stabbings; Sephardic Chief Rabbi urges Jews to visit.
Thousands Defiantly Attend Early Morning Service at KotelNo fear: Despite Arab violence Israeli Jews flock to Western Wall to pray traditional morning service at dawn on the final day of Sukkot.
IDF Uncovers Weapons Cache During Jenin RaidDuvdevan arrests two suspects after finding explosives, M-16; Palestinian terrorists pelt security forces with firebombs during raid.
Religious Zionist Leader Urges: Murders Can't Happen AgainBnei Akiva chairman says Henkin murders have crossed a red line; Israel must have full sovereignty over Judea-Samaria.
Nationwide Security Boost Ahead of Muslim, Jewish HolidaysPolice prepare for clashes ahead of Eid Al-Adha, Yom Kippur falling out on same day - in both Jerusalem and integrated areas nationwide.
Special Security Officer to Guard Jerusalem's Old CityNew security officer will coordinate between Old City residents, police and municipality on security issues and emergencies.
No Chances: Security Reinforced in Judea-SamariaIDF, Border Police reinforcements deployed throughout Judea and Samaria over the weekend after dozens of rock-throwing attacks.
Shin Bet: Security Picture Slightly Better in JuneThere were fewer security incidents in June, but they were more serious, the Israel Security Agency said Thursday.
Introducing: The 'Kosher Walkie Talkie'The Zomet Institute of Halacha and Technology has developed a 'Shabbat Friendly' walkie talkie, to enhance security for diaspora Jews.
Officials Investigating Possible Chemical Leak in NorthOfficials said that they were investigating a possible chemical leak at a facility of Israel Military Industries (Rafael) in Kiryat Bialik.
Conference Discusses Intelligence-Related Issues 'In the Open'First ever international conference on intelligence discusses issues that are common to countries around the world.
Former Navy Commander Warns Israel over FlotillaMaj. Gen. (res.) Eliezer Marom urges Israel to act now - before allowing a 'freedom flotilla' turns into allowing an Iranian weapons ship.
Security Official: Israeli Golan More Peaceful Than EverThe Golan is more quiet and secure than at almost any time in the past, says IDF officer.
Armed Guards Escort Workers in Central Tel AvivInfiltrator crime has made Old Central Station so insecure companies are taking desperate means; policeman: 'this isn't Mexico' - or is it?
New Airport in South Raises Terror Alert LevelAirport being constructed in Timna to replace Eilat airport brings new fears of terrorism in the Arava area; officials push for fence.
'Big Brother' Will Watch Israel's School PupilsOn Sunday, the Education Ministry issued a policy review increasing the use of surveillance cameras in schools.
Defense Minister: Israel Can Rely on IDFSpeaking at toast for Independence Day, Moshe Ya'alon praises IDF general staff for their professionalism and experience.
Security Experts Ask Netanyahu: Why Should We Vote For You?Former IDF chiefs and ISA members blast current prime minister for failing in Gaza war, releasing terrorists.
IAF Suspends Exercises After Two 'Near Misses'The IDF suspended air exercises, after several “close calls” in recent weeks demanded a review of procedures, officials said.
Livni: Bibi Tearing US-Israel Relationship to PiecesOn tour of northern border, Zionist Camp chairpersons Livni and Herzog attack Netanyahu for defense decisions and other 'failures.'
Sa'ar: Only Netanyahu Can Manage Israel's Security ProperlyGideon Sa'ar fully supports Binyamin Netanyahu for the office of Prime Minister, he wrote - despite tensions between them.
Gilat Bennett: I'm Scared, Leave Naftali AloneNaftali Bennett's wife writes personal appeal on her Facebook page outlining violence against her husband and asking it to stop.
Report: Chief Rabbi Yosef Traveled in Armored Car in MexicoSephardic Chief Rabbi Yitzchak Yosef is due to return to Israel Monday after spending the past week in Mexico, under heavy security.