Would-be attackers in Gaza will probably seek and find more detours around the $1.1 billion wall, but a more urgent question remains: How will Israel deal with an escalation on more than one front?
Omri Goren Gorochovsky, who has been sentenced to jail time on four prior occasions, did not undergo a background check before beginning to work for Defense Minister Gantz
Likud lawmaker warns that Israel is 'in danger of becoming a state of all its citizens,' as the crowd gathered in Tel Aviv to protest United Arab List's participation in the government
The Health Ministry has not been blocking children who have recovered from COVID at least three months prior from getting the vaccine, even though the committee has not made a recommendation yet
The latest sanctions were slapped onto members of Iranian special forces and Syrian intelligence officers ■ Iran's foreign ministry slams the decision, saying it won't buy the U.S. leverage in the nuclear talks
Beitar Jerusalem owner Moshe Hogeg, who refutes the charges, consented to the extension to allow police to wrap up their investigation
Among the artifacts was a 3,500-year-old clay tablet bearing part of the Epic of Gilgamesh, believed to be one of the world's first pieces of literature
These comments come after senior Israeli officials issuing explicit threats over Iran's nuclear program, most notably from Mossad chief David Barnea
United by radicalization and inspired by the praise attacks receive on social media, a wave of generally young Palestinians have begun attacking Israelis, in echoes of 2015's 'stabbing intifada'
Study of Karelian stone־tool industry and far-flung distribution suggests hunter-fisher-gathers wanted something beyond functional tools