Netanyahu Says Israel Struck Hezbollah Convoys in Syria ‘Dozens of Times’

JERUSALEM – Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday admitted that Israel conducted “dozens of attacks” to prevent arms from reaching Hezbollah in Syria. Speaking during a visit to reserve soldiers serving along Israel’s northern border, the prime minister’s comments,

In this handout image provided by the Israeli Government Press Office (GPO), Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (L) shakes hands with soldiers October 15, 2013 in the Israeli-occupied territory of Golan Heights.

Defense Minister: Israel Very Concerned with Iran’s Stronghold in Syria

TEL AVIV – Israel is deeply concerned over Iran’s increasing strength in Syria, fearing an Iranian terror front on Israel’s northern border, Israeli Defense Minister Moshe Ya’alon told his Italian counterpart, Roberta Pinotti, on Monday. Israel is “very concerned by the

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‘Israeli Captive Ron Arad Died In 1988 After Torture’

Ynet news reports: A Lebanese man accused of collaborating with Israel told a military court on Friday that captive IAF navigator Ron Arad – whose fate has remained a mystery for the nearly 30 years since he was taken hostage in

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Israel Air Force Still Keeps Eye on Iran Despite Nuclear Deal

The Jerusalem Post reports: Irrespective of the global deal over the Iranian nuclear program, the Israel Air Force (IAF) goes on building its long-range capabilities, and maintaining its readiness for any potential future scenario that may develop between Israel and the

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