Israel’s current and former chiefs of staff reflect on what it takes to be a great leader. They seem to agree that Israel’s best military leaders have a sense of history and purpose. Personal responsibility is also high on their lists of desirable attributes of the best leaders.
Israeli security sources said Tuesday that Israel will respond decisively to any Iranian attack carried out from Syria, referring to recent threats made by Tehran.
‘He tried to convince me that Israel should attack Iran,’ said former IDF chief Shaul Mofaz of newly-installed US national security adviser, John Bolton.
Is Israel engaged in a holy war commanded by God?
In an unexpected series of events, Temple Mount Activist, Yehuda Glick, is set to take a place as a member of Knesset, rekindling hopes that one day Jews may be allowed by their own government to pray at their holiest site: The Temple Mount.
After Tense Standoff, Netanyahu Picks Right-Wing Beiteinu Party Over Left-Wing Labor for Gov’t Coalition
Lieberman, Israel’s former foreign minister, accepted the position after Netanyahu offered it Wednesday as part of the revamping of the Likud party-led coalition.
The right-wing activist held in administrative detention since August, will be released on June 1 after the Shin Bet declined to seek an extension during a hearing on Tuesday.
The trial of Sgt. Elor Azaria, the 20-year-old IDF medic who was filmed shooting a wounded Palestinian stabber in Hebron, began on Monday in Jaffa Military Court.
The opening of the Erez Crossing for supplies entering Gaza will alleviate pressure on the existing passageway for the thousand trucks per day.
The Shabak has sent a document to the Israeli government warning that withdrawing the IDF from Area A would make it harder to foil terrorist attacks in Arab areas.