At farewell ceremony, PM salutes outgoing IDF chief for fighting Iran

Monday, January 14, 2019

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday lauded outgoing army chief Gadi Eisenkot for blocking Iran and its proxies on four fronts during his tenure as commander of the Israel Defense Forces. Speaking at a farewell ceremony attended by a bevy of senior political and defense officials, Netanyahu said the general also succeeded in instituting a … Read More

ge Finding ‘6th, biggest and last’ Hezbollah tunnel, IDF ends Northern Shield op

Monday, January 14, 2019

The Israel Defense Forces on Sunday declared that its effort to find and destroy Hezbollah cross-border attack tunnels was coming to an end, following the discovery of another such underground passage over the weekend. “With the discover of this terror tunnel, the effort to locate the passages dug by Hezbollah that crossed the border into … Read More

Biblical site tied to Ark of the Covenant unearthed at convent in central Israel

Monday, January 14, 2019

A massive 8th century BCE man-made platform discovered at a Catholic convent in central Israel may have served as an ancient shrine to the Ark of the Covenant, said leading Tel Aviv University archaeologist Israel Finkelstein. Unearthed at Kiriath-Jearim, the shrine gives potential new insight into the political machinations of the sibling kingdoms of Judah and … Read More

White House reportedly explored military options for U.S. strike on Iran

Monday, January 14, 2019

The White House explored military options to strike Iran, according to a report by The Wall Street Journal on Sunday. Following a mortar attack on the US Embassy in Baghdad in September by a group linked to Iran, US National Security Adviser John Bolton asked the Pentagon to provide the military with options to ‘strike … Read More

Army finds, destroys fifth attack tunnel from Lebanon

Thursday, December 27, 2018

The Israeli military announced Wednesday it had discovered a new cross-border attack tunnel from Lebanon, the fifth such subterranean passage it has uncovered since launching an operation to destroy the Hezbollah-dug tunnels. The latest tunnel was dug from Ayta ash Shab, a village across the border from the farming community of Shtula, and entered Israeli … Read More

Photos said to show Iranian warehouse flattened by Israeli strike in Syria

Thursday, December 27, 2018

Satellite images show the extent of damage from an alleged Israeli strike in Syria this week, with one photo indicating that a large storage facility was completely destroyed, an Israeli satellite imaging company said Thursday. The photos, taken December 26 and published by ImageSat International, were of the remains of an Iranian warehouse at a … Read More

Archaeological Evidence of the Kingdom of David

Monday, April 25, 2016

Biblical archaeology was revolutionized several years ago when evidence of the existence of the kingdom of David was brought to light in the form of a fortified Iron Age town excavated in the Elah Valley by Hebrew University Professor Yosef Garfinkel and Israel Antiquities Authority (IAA) archaeologist Sa’ar Ganor. The place was described by the … Read More