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Palestinan Smashes Through Army Base With Bulldozer, Killed By IDF

By Gili Cohen/Haaretz

Palestinan Smashes Through Army Base With Bulldozer, Killed By IDF
A Palestinian was killed by the Israel Defense Forces Thursday evening after smashing through the perimeter fence of the A-Ram army base driving a bulldozer.Read More


Israel Defends Detention of 5-Year-Old Palestinian Boy

By Gili Cohen (Haaretz)

Israel Defends Detention of 5-Year-Old Palestinian Boy
The Israel Defense Forces’ detention of a five-year-old Palestinian boy in Hebron earlier this month was a legitimate step in order to “thwart the threat posed by the activities of a minor,” the IDF’s legal adviser in the West Bank has ruled.Read More


After Half-Naked Pic Scandal, Israel Army Pushes New Facebook Rules

By Gili Cohen (Haaretz)

After Half-Naked Pic Scandal, Israel Army Pushes New Facebook Rules
The Israel Defense Forces is drafting an official directive defining accepted practices for its members on social networksRead More


Most Victims of Israel Strikes on Gaza Were Palestinian Civilians, Children

By Gili Cohen (Haaretz)

Most Victims of Israel Strikes on Gaza Were Palestinian Civilians, Children
More than half those killed killed during Israel’s operation in the Gaza Strip last November were innocent civilians and a third were children, the Israeli human rights group B’Tselem said in a report released this week.Read More


Giant Arms Sale Will Ensure Israel Rules Air

By Gili Cohen (Haaretz)

Giant Arms Sale Will Ensure Israel Rules Air
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel on Monday met Israeli Defense Minister Moshe Ya’alon and finalized the sale of an undisclosed number of Bell Boeing V-22 transport helicopters and other U.S. military equipment including Boeing KC-135 inflight refueling planes, advanced radar systems for fighter planes and anti-radiation missiles at a reported cost of $10 billion dollars.Read More






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