Ever since Hezbollah’s missiles hit Israel’s INS Hanit during the 2006 Lebanon War, killing four crew members, the Israeli Navy has intensified their training exercises. Recently, in a joint exercise with the U.S. and Greece, Israel prepared to defend the Jewish state against Hezbollah, as well as all other sea threats.
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Danny Danon, Israel’s Permanent Representative to the U.N., believes support for Israel there is increasing as members begin to focus more on Israeli innovation and technology.
Writing for the Jewish News Service, Stephen M. Flatow explains that when humanitarian packages are sent to the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip, these seemingly innocent shipments might actually be hiding materials for terrorism – a fact pro-Palestinian activists don’t want to admit.
Stand for Israel is suspending activity April 11 for the first day of Passover. We’ll be back on Wednesday, April 12 — and rest assured, if any critically important developments related to Israel come up, we’ll be here to let you know about them. Passover blessings to our Jewish friends, and thank you all for standing for Israel!
A terrorist rocket launched from the Sinai Peninsula struck a tomato-growing operation in southern Israel after Israeli authorities warned of attacks.
Rabbi Eckstein speaks out against this weekend's suicide bombings in Egypt that targeted Palm Sunday worshipers at two churches.
ISIS has claimed responsibility for two suicide bombing attacks on Egyptian churches that targeted Palm Sunday worshipers.
At least three individuals were killed and many were injured after a truck drove into a crowd in Stockholm on Friday.
Israeli leaders, long worried about the disastrous effects should Syria’s bloody conflict spill over Israel’s borders, welcomed the U.S. cruise missile strike on a Syrian airfield.
An orangutan at Israel's Ramat Gan Safari Park enjoys a piece of matzah ahead of Passover.