On Thursday, the International Cooperation Directorate of the Israel Ministry of Defense signed an agreement with the Czech Ministry of Defense, awarding Israel Aerospace Industries ELTA, a contract for the acquisition of eight ELM-2084 ‘Iron Dome’ Multi-Mission Radars.
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Israeli police said Wednesday they had arrested two Arabs from eastern Jerusalem suspected of plotting with the Islamic State group to attack Israelis in the Holy City.
The National Library of Israel in Jerusalem, home to the world’s largest collection of textual Judaica, is going digital. The NLI and Google have announced that 120,000 books will soon go online for the first time as part of an historic collaboration.
The Israeli Defense Ministry and the Civil Administration are pushing ahead with plans to renovate part of the Tomb of the Patriarchs complex in Hevron, making the holy site accessible to visitors with wheelchairs.
The Kingdom of Jordan has agreed to reopen a Jewish holy site and pilgrimage destination to Israeli visitors, following talks between Israel’s president and Jordanian Prince Ghazi bin Mohammed.
The woman and baby who were killed in the traffic accident on Route 433 overnight have been identified as Tzipi Rimmel and her daughter Noam Rachel from Neve Tzuf in West Binyamin. Noam Rachel was just three weeks old
Israel’s national airline El Al will test out direct flights from Tel Aviv’s Ben Gurion airport to Melbourne, Australia, the company announced in a stock market filing Wednesday. The flight, aimed to gauge interest in the potential of launching such a route indefinitely, will take off in the second quarter of 2020.
Defense Minister Naftali Bennett (New Right) has decided on a change in policy: Terrorists’ bodies will no longer be transferred to their families, irrespective of which terror organization the terrorist belonged to.
At least three rockets were fired from the Gaza strip into southern Israel, setting off a red alert in the Sderot area. Two of the rockets were intercepted by the Iron Dome. One person was injured in a related incident.
Attorney General Avichai Mandelblit announced Monday evening that Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu would not be required to resign as a result of the indictments against him. He will examine the issue of Netanyahu’s ministerial portfolios separately.
Attorney General Avichai Mandelblit will announce in coming hours that Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu must resign ministerial positions due to the indictments against him.
Attorney General Avichai Mandelblit announced Thursday that he has decided to indict Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu for bribery, fraud and breach of trust in Case 4000, and fraud and breach of trust in Cases 1000 and 2000.
Blue and White leader Benny Gantz returned the mandate to form the government to President Reuven Rivlin Wednesday evening, signalling the end of his attempts to form a coalition.
The Dutch Parliament approved a resolution proposing that the Dutch government should not implement the European Court of Justice’s decision to label Israeli products made in Judea and Samaria, so long as a similar decision is not made regarding other disputed territories around the world.
IDF fighter jets attacked dozens of military targets belonging to the Iranian Quds Force and the Syrian army in Syria overnight Tuesday. The air strikes were carried out in response to the firing of rockets by an Iranian force from Syrian territory into Israeli territory.
A US policy change has no impact on the legality of Jewish communities in Judea and Samaria, the UN said Tuesday, insisting that the communities breach international law.
A siren was sounded on Tuesday morning, just before 5:00am in the Golan Heights area. Residents reported hearing explosions. The IDF confirmed that four launches were identified from Syria towards Israeli territory which were intercepted by the Israeli air defense systems.
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo stated that the American government does not consider Israeli Jewish communities in Judea and Samaria to be in violation of international law. Rather reversed policy, states that Israeli courts make that determination.
Dramatic and far-reaching agreements have been made between MK Avigdor Liberman’s Yisrael Beytenu party and the larger Blue and White party chaired by MK Benny Gantz. The parties’ negotiating teams agreed, among other things, to pass legislation allowing municipal rabbis to open Jewish courts for conversion, which will not be supervised by the government conversion system.
Faroese Foreign Minister Jenis av Rana told the Danish-language newspaper Politiken on Thursday that he plans to open a diplomatic office in Jerusalem after the funds are allocated.
The ceasefire reported to have set in Thursday morning was broken after some hours of calm in southern Israel. The red alert sirens began blaring in the Gaza Containment Zone including Kfar Maimon, Tushia, Alumim, Be’eri, and Nachal Oz.
Defense Minister Naftali Bennett held a situation assessment in Tel Aviv on Thursday attended by senior officials in the IDF and the defense establishment after a cease fire took effect. Restrictions have been lifted throughout much of Israel.