Israel’s ambassador to the UN Gilad Erdan on Thursday sent an official letter to the UN Security Council and to Secretary-General Antonio Guterres calling on them to strongly condemn ongoing terrorist attacks.
Tel Aviv came under a barrage of 130 rockets launched by Hamas from the Gaza Strip on Tuesday, sending residents fleeing for shelter.
Two Israelis were killed and more than 90 people were injured on Tuesday after rockets, fired from Gaza Strip, slammed into homes in Ashkelon and Ashdod.
PM Benjamin Netanyahu summoned senior ministers even as Hamas issued an ultimatum to not stop Palestinian violence in Jerusalem.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Tuesday failed to meet a midnight deadline to put together a new governing coalition, raising the possibility another coalition government or new elections.
The IDF will respond powerfully if rocket fire from Gaza continues, the security cabinet decided on this week after an hours-long debate.
According to the latest Health Ministry figures, no new COVID-19 daily deaths were reported Thursday of last week—for the first time in ten months.
Israeli ministers expressed concern about the nuclear talks between the US and Iran, following a diplomatic-security cabinet meeting last week.
The bomb that caused severe damage at Iran’s Natanz nuclear enrichment facility was likely placed there more than a decade ago, says former PM Ehud Olmert.
As Israel celebrates 73 years of independence, the country has cemented its place as a tech powerhouse, including the world of medical innovations.