Israeli forces tore through a West Bank protest camp, called Sumud, set up by U.S Jewish activists on Saturday.
An IDF spokeswoman said that 100 Palestinians in the West Bank were involved in a violent riot, after which “soldiers fired riot dispersal means.”
In 1967, Alon Wald’s father, an IDF officer, sacrificed his life at Ammunition Hill for his country and his people.
The army says that the initiative has cut training time in half, allowing soldiers to undergo exercises that they could not do in real life.
The IDF canceled a plan for feminist workshops for women soldiers anticipating a religious backlash from Orthodox rabbis.
As an Israeli who fought at the age of 19 in 1973 Yom Kippur War and spent 35 years as a soldier and commander of the Israel Defense Forces, I have learned many lessons over the course of my lifetime about the price of war and the limits of what it can achieve.
The Israel Defense Forces paid for surgery and hormone treatments so that Shachar Erez, Israel’s first transgender military officer, could transition during his army service.
Israel’s military targeted two Hamas positions in the northern Gaza Strip hours after two rockets were fired from Gaza at southern Israel. One of the rockets fired on Saturday landed near the southern Israeli coastal city of Ashkelon and the second appeared to fall in Gazan territory.
A Syrian man was killed when the truck he was driving in the Quneitra region of the Golan Heights on the road to Damascus allegedly was fired on by an Israeli drone, Syrian media is reporting. The Israel Defense Forces is not commenting on the alleged air strike.
Religious Zionist rabbis are calling on their followers not to enlist in mixed-gender combat units after the the Israeli Defense Forces announced an initiative to bring more women into combat roles.