Lebanese military says Hussein Ahmed was recruited by Israeli intelligence agency and is responsible for the 2018 attempted murder of Mohammed Hamdan, the brother of the terror organization's top representative in the country.
Yusuf al-Assam was on a family vacation in Sharm El Sheikh when he accidentally hit a young Egyptian woman while going down a water slide. But even though the two sides worked out the matter between them, he remains in prison.
Head of New Right party accuses former IDF chief of failing to tackle Hamas in 2014 war and being satisfied with 'a tie'; defending decision to leave Jewish Home, outgoing education minister says new movement appeals to both religious and secular voters on the right.
European Union gives over ?5 million in 2017-2018 to organizations like Al-Haq and Al-Mezan, which openly promote boycott against Israel; 'Instead of hiding behind empty statements, the EU needs to implement its own declared policy and immediately cease funding organizations that promote boycotts,' says Strategic Affairs Minister Erdan.
Following pre-dawn raid Monday in Syria, which IAF hit Iran military and intelligence targets near Damascus's international airport, Syrian envoy Bashar Ja'afari argues his country has the right to respond in kind.
Two posts belonging to the terror group's military wing reportedly struck in the evening hours after an Israeli officer had been shot by militants earlier during violent riots along the border fence; In light of the escalation Israel cancels third Qatari cash infusion meant for Gaza's civil servants.
At least one Palestinian militant reported dead after IDF shells a Hamas military position in Gaza in response to an officer being shot during violent demonstartions that erupted along the border fence.
According to Channel 12 News, PM Netanyahu pressured Walla! News website owner Shaul Elovitch to publish a story that Bennett's wife worked as a chef at non-kosher restaurants and that his father attended a demonstration against slain PM Rabin.
Asher Elmaliach, who was stabbed preventing Yassin Abu al-Qara'a from entering Jerusalem Central Bus Station in December 2017, will testify against his attacker, and tell the judges: 'Justice can only be done is if this villain rots in prison for the rest of his life.'
Institute for National Security Studies says the volatile situation along the northern border as well as in the Gaza Strip could lead Israel to war against Iran, Hezbollah and the Palestinians at the same time.
At least 11 pro-Assad regime fighters said killed; Syrian military says four troops among the dead, claims to have destroyed 'most of the hostile targets' during Israel Air Force attack on Iranian Quds targets near Damascus; IDF says the raid came in response to rocket launched at Golan Heights a day earlier.
After Israel prevented third installment of Qatari funds from entering Strip in protest of Palestinian violence, head of Qatar's Gaza Reconstruction Committee confirms additional $150 million will arrive Wednesday.
Source tells state news agency: 'Our air defence systems thwarted an Israeli air aggression and prevented it from achieving any of its goals'; meanwhile, Iron Dome intercepts a rocket fired at Golan Heights.
A former IDF soldier wielding a knife is shot dead in the street by police, and it later emerges he had mental health issues; his family say he was killed because he is Ethiopian, and accuse the police of racism.
Amid reports Attorney General Mandelblit plans to indict Prime Minister Netanyahu in two cases, Netanyahu launches attack on Mandelblit, saying quotes from him reported by Channel 12 are 'unprecedented in the history of Israeli justice and raise serious questions.'
Some 3,000 people participate in Women's March rally in Sydney, urging government to take steps to ensure safety of women after 21-year-old Aiia Maasarwe was killed when walking home following a night out.
Hezbollah TV station claims detainee is an American Jew, while state-run news agency reports he is US citizen arrested in southern city of Tyre; US embassy says it is 'ready to provide all appropriate consular services.'
Report by Judea and Samaria District Police says the Temporary International Presence in Hebron (TIPH) is disrupting IDF and police work in the Palestinian city in order to justify their high salaries.
Italian security guards at their country's embassy in Israel held for two days of questioning in Gaza after they were chased into a UNESCO building in Gaza when they refused to stop at a Hamas checkpoint.
For the first time, US to acquire a full weapons system from Israel to defend its troops in battlefields abroad; the US Army is asking Congress for $373 million for the deal, with the expected delivery date being 2020.
Following Airbnb's announcement in November that it would delist 200 properties and cease its operations in Israeli settlements, Gov. Ron DeSantis calls for sanctions against the online lodging marketplace unless it reverses its decision.
Terrorist Rizq Salah killed IDF soldier Guy Friedman with an explosive device in 1990, but now he is allowed to cultivate land near Netiv Ha'avot; IDF: 'After verifying his right to the land and in the absence of other security impediments, his access to the land was allowed.'
Lt. Gen. Aviv Kochavi becomes the Israel Defense Forces' 22nd commander; 'To defend our national home, we need a sobered outlook, a fit military force, the willingness to use that force, discretion and determination,' says Kochavi.
National Fraud Investigations Unit is examining materials it received containing Communications Minister Ayoob Kara that raise suspicions of alleged criminal activity; Kara: 'I'm confident in my righteous and honest path.'
Iranian Foreign Ministry says Israel's admission of carrying out 'hundreds' of attacks on targets belonging to Iran, are 'Zionists' attempt to conceal their failures in the region'; adds there is no Iranian military in Syria, only 'consultants.'
Undersecretary of State for Political Affairs David Hale says US will step up its efforts against the Islamic Republic and its proxies in the region, adding it?s 'unacceptable' to have a militia assembling weapons 'outside the control of the state.'
Meeting with Druze protesters outside his home, the head of the Israel Resilience Party and former IDF chief ends his silence on political issues, promising to amend controversial legislation to make it more inclusive.
As departing IDF Chief of staff Gadi Eisenkot prepares to take off his uniform on Tuesday, the political echelon and military brass convene at the Kirya army base in Tel Aviv to show their appreciation.
Abbas mulling removing PA staff from Israel-Gaza crossings, cutting salaries to families of Hamas prisoners or rescinding Palestinian passports for Hamas employees; 'Those that want to rule Gaza must bear the responsibility of governing it,' says PA official.
After his request to split party from the Joint List, 47% of respondents say Ahmad Tibi should lead the faction, more than double number of respondents supporting Ayman Odeh; most voters express dissatisfaction with Joint List
Gaza terror group concludes investigation into Nov. 11 Israeli raid gone awry, which claimed the life of Lt. Col. M.; footage shows force traveling through Strip, with Lt. Col. M. speaking on the phone.
Syrian state news agency says Israeli jets hit ammunition warehouse at Damascus airport, adding most Israeli missiles intercepted by Syrian air defenses; Syrian Observatory says Israel also targeted Hezbollah missile deport in Al-Kiswah area.
Some 13,000 Palestinians are rioting on several locations along the security fence, throwing explosive devices and trying to cross into Israel; in response, IAF aircraft targets 2 Hamas military posts.
Jewish state outlawed practice of marrying multiple spouses many years ago, but it's widespread in the impoverished Bedouin community that sees the Israeli government's efforts to end the old custom as a ploy to curb their population growth.
Israeli sources say Croatia is 'not responsible' for the cancellation since Israel couldn't get US approval not to strip off IAF's sophisticated electronic and radar systems it added to fighter jets bought from Washington some 30 years ago.
Critics brand newly inaugurated Route 4370 as 'apartheid,' saying it benefits Jewish settlers, while Israeli officials call the segregated road system 'an example of the ability to create coexistence.'
Some 16,000 dunams of deserted land to be transferred to farmers from Gaza border communities, terrorized by incendiary airbourne devices scorching their farmland, after new amendment forces the defense establishment to clear all landmines in the region.
Military police arrest 5 members of Netzah Yehuda battalion on suspicion of assaulting two detainees; this is not the first time troubled battalion has been involved in violent incidents, as last month soldiers fought with Border Policemen in an effort to free settlers.
Officers at Paratroopers Brigade's reconnaissance battalion say they acted according to protocol when approving solo navigation exercise during which Sgt. Evyatar Yosefi drowned after being swept away by the strong current while trying to cross the Hilazon stream.
With more and more girls from the national-religious sector enlisting in the IDF, High Court rules Education Ministry must fund programs to help them prepare for army life, just like they do for the boys.
Kremlin spokesman responds to warning by Shin Bet chief that foreign nation intended to launch cyber attacks in order to influence Israel's April 9 vote; security service it is more than capable of fending off cyber attacks.
Segev, the former energy and infrastructure minister who was charged with spying on Israel for Iran, confessed to charges of espionage, aiding an enemy in war time, and providing information to the enemy and will serve 11 years in prison.
From screen to reality: Vladimir Zelenskiy, who hosts Ukraine's most popular comedy show, surprised everyone when he announced his candidacy for head of state, but most recent polls put him in second place in the March 2019 vote.
The Jewish National Fund of Canada is accused of violating tax-exempt status by funding projects linked to the Israeli army; organization rejects the allegations, claiming it stopped funding such projects as early as 2016.