Russian Gang Sets Fire To Israeli Prison

Three different fires were set on Monday by members of the Tanski gang, who are locked in Eshel prison in the south of Israel. Read more

Did A Saudi Prince Secretly Visit Israel?

A member of the Saudi royal family visited Israel during a secret trip last week, despite his country’s refusal to recognize the Jewish state. Read more

Sara Netanyahu’s Lawyer Is ‘Praying To G-d’ For Own Health

Attorney Jacob Weinroth, who is representing Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu’s wife Sara, has been battling a serious illness for the past year. Read more

Eagle Flies Into Syria From Israel, Returned By Rebel Fighters

One of the few eagles still remaining in the Golan Heights Gamla Nature Reserve flew over the border to Syria recently before being captured by one of the rebel organizations fighting against Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, who returned it home Tuesday. Read more

Over 50 Police Officials From 12 U.S. States Arrive In Israel For Counterterror Training

A delegation of 52 American law-enforcement officers from 12 states, has arrived in Israel for the second consecutive year to train in counterterrorism tactics together with their Israeli counterparts. Read more

Massive IDF Wargames Involving Tens of Thousands of Soldiers

IDF Northern Command will begin an all-inclusive exercise codenamed Or Hadgan, which last took place 19 years ago, during which tens of thousands of soldiers will be trained in all aspects of the northern theater. Read more

Ultra-Orthodox Man Arrested For Burning Effigy of IDF Soldier

An ultra-Orthodox Jerusalem man was arrested Sunday for burning an effigy of an IDF soldier during the Lag B’Omer festival earlier this year, police said. Read more

This Couple Wants Israelis To Stop Abandoning Down Syndrome Babies At The Hospital

When Rifky and Yossi Bar set out to adopt a child, they had one key criterion: They would only take a baby that nobody else in the world wanted. Read more

Drone Sale To Azeris Halted As Maker Accused of Bombing Armenia In Demo

In a rare move, the Defense Ministry suspended the export license of an Israeli drone manufacturer to Azerbaijan in light of claims that the company attempted to bomb the Armenian military on the Azeris behalf during a demonstration of one of its “suicide” unmanned aerial vehicles last month. Read more

Israeli Firm Sees The Spy Agencies Behind The Sexy Images

This looks like a fake one,” said Eyal Sela, head of threat intelligence at Tel Aviv-based firm ClearSky Cyber Security. Read more