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Authorities filed an indictment against a Palestinian, who is believed to have fought with Fatah's al Aqsa Martyrs Brigades, Palestinian Islamic Jihad, and Hamas' al Aqsa Defenders, on a number of security charges. An Iron Dome missile defense battery was deployed near Eilat out of fear of potential rocket attacks from the Sinai. An Israeli official said that if negotiations with the Palestinians do resume, they will take months.




Israel indicts Palestinian tied to number of terror groups

Israeli authorities today filed an indictment against Wael Abu Reda, a Palestinian who has purportedly committed a plethora of security offenses during his time in a number of Palestinian terror groups, including Hamas' al Aqsa Defenders.


Islamists Blamed for Uptick in Sinai Violence After Morsi's Ouster




Drones increasingly opposed: Poll




Israel is reportedly preparing a number of "peace gestures" to encourage the Palestinian leadership to return to negotiations. Prime Minister Netanyahu's office denied reports that Israel had accepted a plan to use the 1967 borders as a basis for the resumption of peace talks. Military Intelligence Chief Aviv Kochavi is in the US for talks with American officials on a number of topics, including Russia's plans to provide Syria with S-300 missiles. Two rockets were fired from the Gaza Strip towards Israel.




1 year after Burgas: What do we know?




One Year On, Bulgaria Still Hunts for Anti-Israeli Bus Bomber




Rapper Bushido causes German government scandal




IDF: Navy stopped boat in December for suspicion of arms smuggling




Israel scratching its head after US officials (again) leak Syria strike




Satellite imagery of Israeli strike in Latakia released




IDF chief Gantz said that terrorists "continue to settle down in Sinai and we follow that daily." Israeli officials believe the EU will soon designate at least Hezbollah's military wing as a terror group. A former Israeli official said that US leaks regarding Israeli operations against advanced weaponry in Syria are problematic. Israel reportedly approved the entry of two Egyptian infantry battalions into the Sinai to target militants.




Israeli Military Invests In Cyber Warfare




Prime Minister Netanyahu told his cabinet that "now, more than ever, it is important to stiffen the economic sanctions and present Iran with a credible military option." Responding to reports of a recent Israeli strike in Syria, Netanyahu reiterated that Israel has red lines that it is determined to uphold. Muhammad Abed Al Jfar Nasser Mfarja pled guilty to a lesser charge related to his involvement in a bus bombing in Tel Aviv last November. Gunfire erupted near the border between Israel and Egypt shortly after a terror cell was identified by an IDF outpost.




US officials confirm Israeli strike on Yakhont missiles in Syria




With upheaval in Arab world, IDF facing future of threats unlike any in the past




Authorities denied reports that a rocket from the Gaza Strip landed in southern Israel. Prime Minister Netanyahu's office denied Israel was prepared to release 40 Palestinian prisoners in the hopes of persuading Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas to negotiations. Amid upcoming budget cuts, Defense Minister Ya'alon said that "[b]attles of army against the army ... are becoming less and less relevant."




Israel confirmed it recently arrested for security reasons a Palestinian who allegedly disappeared in Egypt in June. Israel is bolstering its forces in the Golan as it has seen Hezbollah recently increasing intelligence operations in the area. The IAF plans to reduce the number of squadrons, due to budget cuts.




Saudi Arabia 'targeting Iran and Israel with ballistic missiles'




Did Israel strike in Syria again?