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Three Israeli families where in mourning this week, after a sharp spike in terror attacks in the West Bank that killed two soldiers and a baby.
The IDF has launched an operation to strike a blow to Hezbollah's tunnels – a vast underground network intended for attacking Israelis.
AS angry protests rage and fires burn in Gaza, residents of Southern Israel are bracing themselves for violence.
Scenes of violence returned to Israel's southern border in recent days amid mounting concerns of a threat from the north, writes Nathan Jeffay.
"One thing is for sure, as long as that bomb shelter still has a purpose, that change we want to see in the world will sadly never come." Emily Gian shares her experience of visiting a bomb shelter on Kibbutz Erez, situated very close to the Gaza border.
DONALD Trump is being accused of taking his squeeze on Palestinian funding too far, by stopping new grants to organisations that promote coexistence with Israelis.
A CAPACITY audience packed The Venue in Alexandria to hear Ehud Barak, a former Israeli Labour prime minister, who had become the country's most decorated soldier, proclaim that "Israel is stronger now than in other point in our history", in conversation with foreign editor of The Australian, Greg Sheridan.
Palestinian politics has been turned on its head, with Hamas deep in negotiations with Israel and the moderate Palestinian Authority furious about the process.
THE views of British Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn represent a new high in resurgent anti-Semitism, said Dore Gold, president of the Jerusalem Centre for Public Affairs, as he delivered the 35th Anti-Defamation Commission (ADC) Gandel Oration.
The Palestinian teenager who became famous for slapping an IDF soldier left prison on Sunday – and instantly became a sought-after celebrity.