We sat in Weinberg’s pickup truck on a hill above a small road with a gate designed to keep civilians away from the border and safe from Hezbollah snipers. The only exceptions were the farmers whose land lay beyond the gate.
After a Tablet article published last week, two Episcopal bishops have apologized for spreading false claims about Israeli soldiers.
IDF Introduces New Microdevices Designed to Break Into Terrorist Structures Without Collateral Damage
Containing only a few grams of explosives, the devices are ideal for use in a dense setting like Gaza
From sharing classified information to eroding the spirit of camaraderie, the army’s ombudsman finds smartphones detrimental
Fighting at night is hard? That hot pizza should help…
‘Is the Syrian pride in downing an Israeli plane after 30 years similar to the joy of a paraplegic who succeeds in moving his fingers for a few seconds?’
Non-military options that might prevent an ‘Israel-Resistance Axis War’ are waning
The Jewish state confronts the possibility of a new front—or two—in its ongoing conflict with a hostile regional power on the rise
Dan Hanegby, a 36-year-old father of two, felt passionately about Israel
The Six-Day War: classified documents unsealed 50 years after the conflict reveal: Jerusalem conquered almost by accident; Israel’s National Religious Party, forerunner to the settler movement, lobbied for military de-escalation at every turn; and nobody in Israel’s security cabinet seems to have seen the country’s most momentous war coming.
Israeli Arabs at a Crossroads: The tug of war between state-sponsored clerics and soft-spoken Islamists over the hearts and minds of the young now includes the IDF
How a week of military leave created one rabbi’s unlikely connections to Menachem Begin and Ted Kennedy, on the eve of the Six-Day War