In second part of exclusive interview, US intelligence doyen Michael Hayden discusses targeted killings, dealing with Iran, US-Israel ties, the fallout from wiretapping Merkel – and theorizes why it happened.
As tensions run high between Netanyahu and Lapid over Israel’s next budget, Lapid talks to Ynet, reiterates promise not to raise taxes to foot bill.
According to Gaza housing ministry, 9,800 homes were destroyed during 50-day Gaza conflict, now some begin to enter new mobile homes donated to ease rehabilitation process.
Plummeting in the polls, Finance Minister Yair Lapid is looking for an artificial crisis, Likud officials say.
New class in southern part of city opened this year, but two-thirds of accepted students didn’t turn up to school in Yad Eliyahu.
Defense minister slams letter by intel officers from Unit 8200 refusing to serve occupation of Palestinians, says it ‘aids hateful delegitimization of Israel, IDF’; Opposition Chairman Herzog: ‘All Israelis will pay price.’
CAIRO (AP) — As U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry sought Egyptian support on Saturday for an international coalition to combat jihadi groups, Egypt pressed for broader international efforts to fight militants in its troubled neighbor, Libya.
After reservists in IDF’s top intelligence unit sign letter saying they’ll will not report for duty related to occupation, they reiterate decision to stay anonymous, say ‘unit’s activities in Palestinian arena are an inseparable part of military rule under which Palestinians live.’