The Shin Bet domestic intelligence agency announced on Monday that it thwarted a Palestinian terrorist bomb plot and a separate suicide bombing targeting areas inside Green Line Israel, involving operatives from Judea and Samaria who were being directed by handlers from the Gaza Strip. A working bomb hidden in a fire extinguisher was seized. According […]
The Israel Security Agency (Shin Bet) announced on Thursday that it had foiled a bus-bombing plot. The would-be bomber, a Gazan with a work permit in Israel, had intended to detonate an explosive device aboard a bus in southern Israel, according to the Shin Bet. The suspect, identified by the intelligence agency as Fathi Ziad […]
No prisoner deal with Hamas is on the horizon, according to a senior Egyptian official.
Israel Security Agency Director Nadav Argaman credits the agency’s success to its people, cutting-edge technology and collaboration with local and global security forces.
According to the director of the Israel Forensics Institute, Dr. Chen Kugel, explained that the victim Aisha Al-Rawbi’s head injury was inconsistent with that of a rock being thrown saying: “Two doctors supported my view that the skull injuries of the deceased shows very high energy impact and not that of a rock.”
The mastermind of the terror squad that murdered Rina Shenrav H”yd was sent to the hospital and is in critical condition on Friday following questioning by Israel’s General Security Services (Shabak).
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu called Rafi Eitan “one of the heroes of the State of Israel’s intelligence service in countless acts for Israel’s security” for whom “there was no match for his wisdom, wit and endless commitment to the people of Israel and our country.”
Omar Amin Abu Lila, 19, was killed during a shootout with Israeli forces in Abwein, a village just outside Ramallah, after the special units surrounded the house where he was hiding.
The Shin Bet released a report highlighting how a secret Hamas unit in the Gaza Strip used Al-Aqsa TV to recruit Palestinians in the West Bank and eastern Jerusalem to carry out terrorist activity against Israel.
A recent article in Kikar Hashabbat (a Hebrew language ultra-Orthodox new service) reported a prominent rabbi’s rather explosive opinion on the role smartphones could play in the end-of-days.