After a lengthy crisis between the army and the religious-nationalist public, now it appears that 'Lt. Gen. Kochavi is truly a different sort of person'
Activists, who had arranged a joint event along the two sides of the border with Gazans, were confronted by employees of a firm building a security barrier on the Israeli side
The meeting was initiated by the Kahol Lavan leader and former chief of staff, 'in light of recent security challenges'
Probe finds DarkMatter works for UAE’s intelligence agency attacking Western targets, journalists and human rights activists, with graduates of Israel's Defense Forces earning up to $1 million annually
Comments come days after it was revealed that Netanyahu is seeking to improve Israel's ability to identify Iranian cruise missiles by supplementing its defense budget
He went to war raring to fight, but after half an hour he saw his company crushed. Oded Meggido's historical research explains how ‘arrogance’ cost the lives of 61 men
'All the Arabs Will Pounce on Us': Newly Released Protocols From Yom Kippur War Reveal Moshe Dayan Feared Massive Israeli Loss
Minutes from top army brass deliberations during the 1973 war show then-IDF Chief of Staff David Elazar thought the war was an existential battle, while Dayan warned that 'no one will fight for us'
Netanyahu talks about a four-billion-shekel budget increase, but prolonged political paralysis is what is harming security
With a tweet, Minister Katz tries to blur responsibility for violating Israel's policy of ambiguity
Health Ministry says 11 Palestinians injured, five by live fire, in what marks the 77th weekly demonstration
Seven months after a Gaza fisherman was shot in the eyes by Israeli navy troops and lost his sight, he was finally allowed into Israel for an examination, after repeated refusals. The news was not good
The precision and effectiveness of Iran's strike on Saudi oil fields put Israel’s strategic infrastructure in danger
Brig. Gen. Eran Niv describes IDF achievements in the West Bank and highlights the importance of security coordination with the Palestinians
His attorneys claim he was healthy when he was arrested and his condition is now critical
Israeli army says did not use live fire and that protesters hurled explosives, but Gaza Health Ministry says 32 Palestinians sustained wounds from live fire
What looks like just another startup is actually a joint army and civilian project developing tools for military intelligence
Hassan Nafe’a was simply filming the weekly demonstrations against the separation barrier. How is that incitement?
Two of the wounded are volunteer paramedics, says health ministry in the Strip
In Cobra Warrior exercise, the IAF and RAF conducted mock dogfights and aircraft interceptions, simulated ground attacks – and found time for Israel's soldiers to vote
Israel seeks quiet on the Gaza front so it can focus on the Iranian threat ■ Outgoing Israeli army spokesman gets a special farewell gift
Software giant to build server farm in Israel to provide cloud services to private and government users
PM reportedly held telephone consultation with the cabinet from which he shunned defense chiefs who had expressed concern over his intention to carry out massive action in the Strip
The suit seeks compensation for the deaths six members of Gazan-born Dutch citizen's family in Israel's 2014 war with Gaza
Netanyahu's national security adviser met Central Election Committee chief to prepare for delaying election in light of Gaza military operation
Fake report presents opposition candidates as holding key roles in a new government and Israel as facing a deteriorated security situation
Avichai Mendelblit demanded that Netanyahu convene the cabinet to decide on such a move, a demand that he likely coordinated with the top defense brass that was wary of the PM's plan
Currently, Israeli Jews are only allowed to do real estate deals there via a company and with the approval of the head of the Civil Administration
Report comes several days after Hamas said it took down an Israeli drone that was on a mission in southern Gaza, an incident the IDF confirmed and is investigating
On the fifth anniversary of the end of Operation Protective Edge, Olfat al-Kurd, a B'Tselem field researcher in Gaza, visits five women who lost their husbands and other relatives in Israeli bombing