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Despite abuses from the Israeli government, the U.S. political class is fully supportive of its acts in Gaza On the night of Tuesday, July 29, three shells hit the Jabalia Elementary Girls School a U.N. designated emergency shelter for 3,300
First Sergeant Mordechai Yamin, 22, who serves in the Combat Engineering Corps, was seriously wounded Thursday near Gaza. He was on pre-discharge leave, and about to complete his mandatory service, when he went to his unit's base in the Eshkol region,
The closure was lifted after hour-long searches of the two areas. During that time, residents of Ein Shelosha, Nir Oz, Kissufim, Magen and Re'im were told to stay in their homes.
Israel's Operation Protective Edge entered its fifth day on Saturday as Hamas continued to fire rockets into Israel and the Palestinian death toll caused by Israeli airstrikes in Gaza reached 107. Ten Israelis were wounded, one of them seriously, by
The event took place following the irresponsible decision of the Home Front Command to skimp on security detail in the communities near Gaza, Yalin said.
The region has been in the news as of late due to incoming rocket fire from Gaza. Education Minister Shai Piron (Yesh Atid) announced on Monday the list of communities which won the annual Education Award, after adopting the recommendations of the
Exposing tunnel prevented disaster Following the uncovering of a terror tunnel in the vicinity of Kibbutz Ein HaShlosha, Eshkol Regional Council Head Haim Yalin said that "the tunnel was exposed on time, therefore avoiding a disaster." Yalin
Yellin also said, "The decision is contrary to the values of Zionism and settlement. Budget cuts that hurt the security and sense of security of the residents who are settling the land along its borders is unacceptable."
AFP Color red alert sounds after midnight followed by explosion. Security forces find rocket near community Ilana Curiel A rocket fired from the Gaza Strip landed near a community in the Eshkol Regional Council on Saturday night.
IDF's Coordination of Government Activities in the Territories announced on Wednesday that three trucks would be allowed to cross into Gaza from Israel. The trucks contain food funded by the Turkish government and the Red Crescent. The equipment