Israeli pilots targeted nine separate sites of the Hamas terror infrastructure in the Gaza Strip at daybreak Monday in response to daily launching of incendiary kites and balloons into southern Israel.
It appears increasingly likely the US will withdraw from the UN Human Rights Council, though as of Friday, the State Department had not issued a decision.
Israeli military jets fired on a vehicle early Sunday belonging to someone who sent burning kites flying into Israel from Gaza.
Iran’s leaders say the country is facing its worst drought in 50 years and millions face water shortages unless something changes. But Iran is getting an offer of help… from of all places Israel. Will they take it?
The Israel Security Agency Shin Bet prevented about 250 major terror attacks so far this year, according to the head of the agency. That’s more than one attack each day. That's just one fact revealed at the first International Homeland Security Forum in Jerusalem. Sponsored by Israel’s Minister of Public Security and Strategic Affairs, Gilad Erdan, the Forum, drew ministers and deputy ministers of homeland security from about 20 countries from North America, South America, Europe and Africa. Erdan said the forum is intended to enhance cooperation in the fight against terrorism, incitement, radicalization and cyber threats.
CBN News got a rare close-up look at the violence on Israel's border with the Hamas-controlled Gaza Strip.
Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz says he and his government are 'committed' to support Israel, its security and the Jewish community in Austria.
Call it a different type of shock therapy. For the last 30 years, scientists have used a technique called deep brain stimulation to send electrical impulses to the brain to treat movement and psychiatric disorders.
Following five consecutive years of below-average winter rainfall, Israeli cabinet ministers passed a $30 million measure to replenish the Sea of Galilee and seven northern streams severely affected by the drought. The Dead Sea and the Jordan River area also suffering from the drought.
An enigmatic sculpture of a king’s head dating back nearly 3,000 years has set off a modern-day mystery caper as scholars try to figure out whose face it depicts.