Obama Admits 'Huge Problems' in Benghazi SecurityObama admits that a probe into deadly attack on the US consulate in Benghazi uncovered a "huge problem" in security procedures.
Poll: Economic Issues Top Security Ones for VotersA poll taken on behalf of the Labor Party indicates that voters are more concerned with economic issues than they are with security issues.
Female Guard Targeted in Criminal AttackAn Arabic-speaking man shot at a female guard in Bnei Brak Monday morning. Police said it was not a terrorist attack.
Israel Braces for PA Arab 'Disturbances'Israel is bracing itself for possible 'disturbances' by PA Arabs in the wake of its probable statehood vote Thursday at the United Nations.
Senate Enables More Marines at US EmbassiesThe U.S. Senate passed an amendment to the defense bill that would place more Marines at US consulates and embassies around the world.
NY Police Urge More Security at SynagoguesIsrael's campaign against Hamas terrorists in Gaza has led to repercussions in the Jewish world.
Mice Recasting the Way Explosives Are DetectedAn Israeli company is aiming to revolutionize the way explosives, narcotics are detected at airports with the help of mice.
U.S. Preparing For Soft War With IranU.S. to beef up cyber security, concerned about possible Iranian computer viruses.
Virulent Anti-Semitic Writer Killed in SyriaA Syrian writer and political researcher, known for his virulent anti-Semitic writings, has been killed by state security services.
Libya Security Staff: We Were Told To Do With LessDespite pleas from Libya staff members, State Dept. removed over 30 security personnel from country in months leading up to attack.
US Vulnerable to Missile Attacks, Study FindsCritical shortcomings in America’s network of early warning systems and missile interceptors could put the U.S. at risk of missile attacks.
Intelligence Warns of Attacks Against EmbassiesEgyptian intelligence warned that a radical jihadi group is planning to launch attacks against the US and Israeli embassies in Cairo.
Mofaz Challenges Bibi to Take Lie Detector TestMofaz turns the tables on Netanyahu and demands he be the first to take a lie detector test over a leak of security secrets on Iran.
ADL: 'Think Security' During High HolidaysADL is reaching out to synagogues and Jewish communities across the country, providing them with security information prior to High Holidays
How Important is Israel to the U.S.? Check the MapA New York attorney and supporter of Israel lays out the case for U.S. support of Israel, and the consequences for the U.S. if Israel falls
Israel to 'Lose' 300 Meters to Sinai SecurityThe IDF is set to issue orders that would convert an area of 300 meters within the Sinai border into a closed military zone
Report: Anarchists May Attack National ConventionsLaw enforcement officials have expressed concern over possible violence by anarchists at Republican and Democratic national conventions.
First Hand Account of Bin Laden Raid to Hit StoresA new book that provides a detailed, first person account of the raid that killed Osama bin Laden is set to be released on September 11.
Federal Agents Arrest Armed Man Over Obama ThreatsFederal agents in Washington state have arrested an armed man accused of making threats against President Obama.
Intelligence Agents Launch Campaign Against ObamaFormer intelligence operatives launched a campaign against Obama, accusing president of claiming undue credit for the Osama bin Laden raid.
Pentagon Boosts Defenses in Persian GulfPentagon is building a missile-defense radar station at secret site in Qatar and organizing largest minesweeping exercises in Persian Gulf.
Security Checks Dropped at Jerusalem Bus StationThis week Jerusalem eliminated the long lines caused by individual security checks at the central bus station.
Jewish Fed Cancels Event Citing Security ConcernsThe Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles cancelled an event by controversial author and activist Pamela Geller, citing security concerns
IDF Official: 20 Kidnap Attempts So Far This YearA top IDF officer said Arab terrorists have been even more aggressive in attempts by to kidnap IDF soldiers and Israeli civilians.
Illegal Entry: No Need to Sneak, Just Take the BusPA Arabs are able to enter Israel illegally without cutting through fences, simply by getting on public transport.
Samaria Jews Take On IDF Function as Terror MountsIsraeli civilians are taking over for the IDF as commanders fail to tackle PA terror threat.
IDF Warns Smartphone Apps May Be Security ThreatSmartphone apps may pose a security threat to the country, the IDF warns in a letter to soldiers and commanders.
CIA Thwarts New Al-Qaeda Underwear Bomb PlotThe CIA thwarted a plot by al Qaeda's affiliate in Yemen to destroy a U.S.-bound airliner using a sophisticated new bomb.
US Lawmakers Want Rights to Iron Dome TechnologyLawmakers in House have agreed to invest millions of dollars in Iron Dome for Israel, as long as the US acquires rights to weapon system.
NYPD Beefs Up Security Around SynagoguesNYPD announces it will be beefing up security at the city's synagogues and other Jewish sites for the Passover holiday.
4th Home Front Search and Rescue Battalion CreatedForce will respond to non-conventional attacks, large-scale rescue events and other extreme situations.
Six Indicited in Haifa Lynch AttemptAn indictment was handed down Thursday morning against six Haifa Arabs accused of attempting to “lynch” two IDF soldiers several weeks ago
RJC: Facts Are Clear, Obama 'No Friend of Israel'The RJC released an ad highlighting discrepancy between President Obama's rhetoric regarding support for Israel's security and his actions.
Israel Raises State of Alert Following AttacksIsraeli security forces remain on high alert, believing Monday's attacks on Israeli diplomats abroad to be the first in a wave of attacks.
Better Safe Than Sorry: Diplomats Go Home by TaxiIsraeli diplomats went home by taxi or public transportation Monday after the attacks in In India and Georgia
Chinese Women Fight for Guard Training in IsraelFive swimsuit-clad women are the only ones out of 20 that survived grueling training in China to compete for the chance to train in Israel.
Ministry: Hold Evidence Back for 'Security Needs'The Justice Ministry is seeking to sharply limit the ability of criminal defendants to access information that could help their cases.
PM Approves New Security Measures in YeshaPrime Minister Netanyahu approved new security measures for dealing with disturbances in Judea and Samaria.
Eiland: Attack on Iran Not Crazy or IrresponsibleFormer National Security Council director Giora Eiland said that an Israeli attack on Iran was not "crazy" or "irresponsible."
MagShoe Lets You Keep Your Shoes OnMagShoe, from Israeli company IDO Security, eliminates the need for one of the biggest hassles in air travel - "shoe inspection."
Killers of Shin Bet Man, Schoolgirl to Go FreeKillers of 15-year old Helena Rapp and security officer Noam Cohen to be released
Egypt Fears Israel Plans to Control SinaiEgyptian officials are expressing fears that Israel plans to seize control of the Sinai Peninsula.
"Guns vs. Butter" - Israeli StyleWhat comes first - the defense needs of the country, or the welfare of citizens? In Israel, it's a complicated question.
Civilians Declare: We’ll Defend RoadwaysResidents of Judea say they will police their own roadways in light of security failures in the region.
PM: We've Compromised Enough for PeacePrime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu laid out Israel's case in a round of media interviews after his UN speech Friday. No preconditions.
Elbit to Defend Haifa Port against TerrorIsrael-based Elbit Systems has won a multi-million dollar contract to supply and install an anti-terror security system at the Haifa port.
High-Tech Virtual Fence to Patrol BorderA new high-tech "virtual” fence is being built along the border with Egypt to protect Israel from infiltration and to detect terrorists.
Young Israel Wins Security Funding in USEleven Young Israel synagogue branches have won grants from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security to beef up security.
Homefront Command Aims for Normalcy, With SecThe Homefront Command considers its instructions to the public very carefully, an official tells Arutz 7.
Blogger Urges: Murder SenatorFBI agents arrest a blogger who recommends that US Senator Joseph Lieberman be shot in the face "many times," but he may soon be released.
Shin Bet to Halt Security for Teams AbroadThe Israeli Basketball Federation is 'in shock' over a decision by the Shin Bet to stop protecting Israeli teams that play abroad.
Fogel Family Murderer ConvictedThe Samaria District Military Court convicted 18 year old Hakim Awad for the murders of the 5 members of the Fogel family in Itamar
Erdogan Playing 'Gaza Card'Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan may visit Gaza if Israel does not apologize for killing Hamas sympathizers on the Marmara.
Good News on Mount of OlivesSurprise: activist Aryeh King says Arab violence on Mount of Olives has dropped sharply as security has increased.
Tunnel Attack Planner Gets LifeTunnel Attack Planner Gets Life. Khaled Abu Amsha planned the tunnel attack that killed Sergeant Major Amir Tzimerman.