59 soldiers added to list of Israel’s fallen since last Memorial Day
Fifty-nine soldiers were killed during their military service since Israel’s last Memorial Day, according to figures released by the Defense Ministry on Friday.
Police seize 63 guns in likely largest-ever capture of weapons smuggled from Jordan
Bedouin man in his 50s detained after trying to bring Glock and SIG Sauer pistols across border into Israel, south of the Dead Sea
U.S. slaps sanctions on Hezbollah money laundering network
Treasury Department says network ‘facilitated payment, shipment, and delivery of cash, diamonds, precious gems, art, and luxury goods’ of financier Nazem Ahmad, whose assets also frozen by UK
US forces kill senior Islamic State official in pre-dawn Syria raid
Local reports said several US helicopters were involved in an operation in an area controlled by the opposition Suqour al-Sham militia.
Ahead of annual memorial day, 147,199 Holocaust survivors living in Israel
Figure includes 521 survivors who immigrated from Ukraine after Russian invasion; around 15,000 died over previous year; average age of survivors is 85
Security forces on alert ahead of Muslim's last Friday of Ramadan
Police deploy 2,000 police and Border Police troops to the capital and its surroundings as the military remain on high alert in the West Bank as tens of thousands expected to pray at al Aqsa
Report: Israeli firm’s spy tech targeting reporters, opposition figures around globe
Cybersecurity watchdog says QuaDream’s software gives users full surveillance capabilities over another person’s phone by exploiting a security flaw in Apple iPhones
2,200 Jews ascend Temple Mount since start of Passover
Tensions remain high at the holy site after Muslim rioters who had barricaded themselves inside Al-Aqsa mosque clashed with police.
Cyberattack shutters Galilee farm water controllers
“You have been hacked, Down with Israel,” read a message on the controllers.