IDF Official: Syrian Missile Intercepted By Israel On Friday Had 200 KG Warhead

The ballistic missile fired by Syria last week posed a direct threat to Israel and its citizens, a senior IDF officer in the Air Defense Command said on Monday. Read more

Israeli Airstrike Kill Syrian Air Defense Commander

An Israeli drone strike reportedly killed a Syrian air defense commander Sunday afternoon, hours after Israel’s defense minister threatened to destroy Syria’s air defense array, amid spiraling tensions between Jerusalem and Damascus. Read more

Intel Buying Mobileye In Biggest Ever Deal In Israeli High-tech

Computer chip giant Intel is purchasing Israeli company Mobileye for between $14 billion and $15 billion in Israel’s largest high-tech deal ever. Read more

Jewish Family Near Hevron Saved By Gog Who Bit Terrorist

An Arab terrorist infiltrated into the Mor Farm located in the Mount Hebron region, at approximately 4 PM on Wednesday, according to the IDF. Read more

The Biggest-Ever Infrastructure Project In Israel Gets Under Way

The largest infrastructure project in Israel’s history is about to get under way, after the partners in the Leviathan offshore natural gas field announced on Thursday the approval of a final investment decision of $3.75 billion in phase one of the project. Read more

Israel – Air Force Promotes Gay ‘Marriage’

From the early 1950s until the 1980s, the 30th of the Hebrew month of Shvat was celebrated as Mothers’ Day in Israel, but under “politically correct” influence, it was renamed Family Day in the early 90s. Read more

Bank of Israel: Tycoon Loan Losses No Danger To Banks

The Bank of Israel on Sunday answered back critics who say lenders and regulators were too ready to give tycoons and their holding companies loans and too hesitant in trying to get repaid when the loans went bad. Read more

A Rabbi In Iran The Neturei Karta’s Fight Against Israel

The two-day Sixth International Conference in Support of the Palestinian Intifada held on Tuesday and Wednesday in the Iranian capital of Tehran was a great opportunity to spout anti-Israel rhetoric for opponents to the Jewish state, including for a select few ultra-Orthodox Jews. Read more