Over the past few months, the Kfir Brigade has been operating in one of the hottest fronts the IDF has, dealing with violent rioting, and a series of stabbing and shooting attacks. The Kfir Brigade commander and his five battalion chiefs talk about preparing for the new threats, securing Breaking the Silence tours, and why the problematic image of the Haredi Nahal is far from reality.
Video shows burned-out Egged bus, images of terrorists, simulations of terror attacks, and six men singing and dancing in a line.
Joint List MK meets with Robert Malley, President Obama’s ‘point man’ on the Middle East and Frank Lowenstein, the State Department’s special envoy for Israeli-Palestinian negotiations; Tibi: ‘there is a lack of knowledge of our social and political situation’.
Gaza terror group kills one of own for alleged ethical offenses, was likely suspected of cooperating with Israel and revealing the location of leader of group’s military wing.
Israel and Egypt have moved closer in recent months thanks to a mutual interest in fighting Hamas’s military buildup, but both countries have remained vague on details; Energy Minister Steinitz, apparently inadvertently, hints at offical cooperation.
Less than half of Palestinians support a third intifada, compared to the 63 percent who supported it last month; poll also finds that Hamas would lose general Palestinian election.
‘I expect all those who justifiably condemn any desecration of a mosque to equally cry out about this heinous act,’ the prime minister says; authorities determine fire was arson.
The president to speak at the international conference, taking place on March 28, which will focus on combating the movement. The event will be open to the public.