From smuggling immigrants into Mandatory Palestine to working in underground bullet factories, these seven men and women all played a role in establishing the Jewish state. They recount their war stories and reflect on whether Israel has lived up to their hopes
Speaking at a military cemetery in Tel Aviv, Defense Minister Lieberman said: 'We're not looking for adventures, but when it comes to the security of Israel and its citizens, there will be no compromise'
FULL TEXT 'Israel Is a Fortress, but Not Yet a Home': David Grossman's Memorial Day Speech to Bereaved Israelis and Palestinians
Grossman's own son Uri was killed in combat in the Second Lebanon War in 2006
Whether it’s a pilot who crashed on the Gaza front or a soldier who may never have even existed, a special unit in the Israeli army doesn’t stop looking
Speaking in Jerusalem, Reuven Rivlin calls for a society which 'will not allow every split to strike root among us' ■ IDF chief of staff: 'Atop the walls of the land stands a formidable army'
The shots were fired at a force patrolling near the southern part of the Strip, from an area near which protests take place every Friday
Twelve Israeli civilians were also killed in terror attacks this year ■ 23,645 have died in Israel’s and pre-state wars since 1860
Israelis' reaction to the Syria strike shows they only understand the use of force for their own sake and not as a tool to enforce norms and international order
In unusual step, Netanyahu does not participate in annual event with top military brass ■ Lieberman: Israel faces unified front by Hezbollah, Syria, Iran and Lebanon
Israeli soldiers who kill unarmed Palestinians didn't pop up for the first time three weeks ago. Nor did the army’s excuses start only then. It is you who did not read, remember or believe