To the Israeli ear the allegation sounds far-fetched. Israelis find it hard to believe that our soldiers and commanders could lie, until it’s proven otherwise by security footage or photos.
Suspect, turned in by his father, reportedly implicates himself in Friday shooting attack that killed Rabbi Ya'akov Litman and his son Netanel south of Hebron in the West Bank.
Accident outside settlement of Psagot, in which Palestinians driver was killed and four Israelis injured, raises suspicions that the driver had hostile intent.
Six weeks after the unrest began it seems clear that this is a war of attrition; the working assumption is that many months will pass before violence subsides.
According to report by Israeli security service, attackers, acting on their own, draw inspiration from social networks that are full of incitement, including from Palestinian leaders.
Woman, married to Palestinian from Gaza, allegedly provided information knowing it would be used for terror attacks within Israel.
Palestinian merchant was arrested in August. Shin Bet says he has admitted to ‘cynical exploitation’ of charitable donations.
Although the Shin Bet has yet to finish its investigation, the ministry announced that it will compensate the Hasno family accordingly.
Contrary to Netanyahu's movement, Shin Bet chief Yoram Cohen cites evidence linking the group to incitement, but not terror, so only the organization’s funding sources should be targeted.
One suffers severe wounds, two others lightly wounded; suspect turns himself in after fleeing the scene; earlier, a knife-wielding Palestinian was shot dead nearby.