The Shin Bet says the interrogation yielded a lot of information about Hamas' tunnel network – both those inside the Strip and the ones leading to Israel
Malek Hamed from Silwad drove his car into two soldiers at a highway junction outside the settlement of Ofra eight months ago, killing Sgt. Elhai Teharlev
Hodaya Asulin was waiting at a bus stop when an explosive device detonated near her; she never regained consciousness
New Israeli laboratory is meant to stop such materials from reaching terrorists, the head of the Border Crossing Authority says
Tillerson undercut Trump’s declaration that designating North Korea as a state sponsor of terror was part of a 'maximum pressure campaign to isolate the rouge regime
Jerusalem judge says Palestinian Authority must pay 40 percent of damages to families of three Israeli victims of shooting ambush on road near Jerusalem during second intifada
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Passed version of the Taylor Force Act includes three major exemptions for programs that would continue to receive U.S. funding, even if the Palestinian Authority doesn't change policies on paying salaries to terrorists
Revealed Russian Gov't Troll Posing as 'TEXAN Patriot' Behind Photo of Muslim Woman 'Ignoring London Terror Victims'
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The products ordered online, which Israeli authorities deemed suspicious enough to confiscate, include miniature electric drills, walkie talkies and binoculars