The Strategic Affairs Ministry will train volunteers to 'develop hasbara content that will show what life is like in the south and represent the beautiful face of Israel online'
Israel halted shipments of diesel fuel in response to a wave of incendiary balloons launched from the Hamas-controlled territory
'I've been living in this nightmare of rockets and mortar shells for a decade, but I've never experienced a night as traumatic as this'
A total of 26 people on the Israeli side have been treated in the hospital since the escalation in the border violence began on Wednesday evening
Until now, the planning authorities would take biodiversity into account only after detailed plans had been submitted.
Defense Minister says Israel is not looking to escalate tensions with Hamas in the Gaza Strip, but is determined to defend its citizens.
A local Gaza group that identifies with ISIS's ideology claims responsibility for the rocket fire, which is seen as a challenge to Hamas in Gaza.
Four Hamas targets were struck overnight in the Strip; the rocket also damaged a nearby building in the town of Sderot.
Company hired to produce event pulls out because of ban; municipality denies accusations, says solos were never part of ceremony.
'Sderot: Rock in the Red Zone,' a new film that just premiered at the Other Israel Film Festival, examines the stress of living 15 seconds from Gaza as the rocket flies.
Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the so-called caliph of the Islamic State, is believed to have been wounded in an airstrike in March.
Students at alumni of the nearby Sapir College are inspiring local initiatives as the town recovers from its traumatic recent past.
Ashkenazi Zionism, which established the country in an ongoing confrontation with the Arab world, created a serious emotional crisis for Jews from Arab countries.
From Kibbutz Nahal Oz to Likud stronghold Sderot, the people don't let Hamas' rockets or dubious candidates shake them.
In 'Rock in the Red Zone,' director Laura Bialis shows the town of Sderot as an incubator for Israeli music, and for romance.
Allison, Don, and Noah discuss the elections that are apparently around the corner; an alternative to the 'Jewish State' bill; and Women Wage Peace.
Jewish Federations of North America solidarity mission visits Israel’s worst-hit town and pledges to help.
With the start of the IDF’s operation against Hamas in Gaza, in which 40,000 troops have been called up, life in one of Israel’s most missile-battered cities becomes increasingly unsettling.
Expects building will take three months to repair, intends to retain 30-strong local workforce
Large fire erupts in Sderot factory containing cans of flammable paint; no casualties reported, but three lightly injured; total of four rockets hits south Israel.
IDF responds to firing of seven rockets into southern Israel; no injuries reported.
Iron Dome intercepts three rockets; IDF fires shells into Gaza Strip; Lieberman: No choice but to take over Gaza.
Union calls for work-to-rule over detrimental work conditions, including employees having to pay for their own cellphones
Since the station was first planned, Sderot has become not only a symbol of the Israeli periphery, but also a town periodically under attack by missiles launched from Gaza.
Sderot municipal officials protest delay in pay, with the support of the mayor.
Sirens sounded to warn residents to stay off streets.
According to a new study, expectant mothers in Sderot, where Code Red alerts routinely sound, are 59 percent more likely to miscarry than pregnant woman from quieter regions of the country.
Iron Dome cannot protect Sderot and the communities around the Gaza Strip. Everyone should know it, not only the nine people sitting in a Kiryat Gat courtroom.
Avner Faingulernt, director of Sapir College's film school, spent Operation Pillar of Defense doing what he always does: roaming the desert with camera in hand.