Anna Ahronheim

Anna Ahronheim is the military reporter for 'The Jerusalem Post.' She grew up in Montreal, Canada and received her BA in Criminology and Criminal Justice with a focus in Law from Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada. With a keen interest in the Middle-East, terrorism and terror groups, she moved to Israel and received her MA in Counter-Terrorism and Homeland Security at the Interdisciplinary Center of Herzilya, Israel.

An eerie quiet interrupted by rocket fire and interceptions

Mourners carry the body of Islamic Jihad commander Baha Abu Al-Atta during his Gaza funeral

Israel threatens to assassinate Islamic Jihad leader in Damascus - report

An IAF F-35 plane at the bi-annual Blue Flag drill a massive exercise with pilots from the United St

The IAF assassinated Bahaa Abu al-Ata during large scale military exercise


Who was Islamic Jihad's Baha Abu al-Ata and why did Israel want him dead?

New Israeli Defense Minister Naftali Bennett

What will Naftali Bennett do as Defense Minister? - analysis

David's Sling Weapons System Stunner Missile intercepts target during inaugural flight test

Should Israel be concerned that Russia might have an Israeli missile?


Ministry of Defense, Israel shipyards sign NIS 90 m. deal for floating dock

A military vehicle carrying Iranian Zoobin smart bomb (L) and Sagheb missile under pictures of Iran'

IDF Operations Head: Threat posed by Iran is not 'fear-mongering'


IDF troops training to achieve INSARAG’s international rescue standards

Satellite images show truck convoy passing through crossing

Al-Bukamal border crossing reopens between Syria and Iraq


EU Parliament members: Support Israel in fight against Hezbollah and Iran


Did Islamic Jihad try to shift Israel's attention away from the North?

Damage caused to car after Hamas rocket hits building in Sderot, Nov. 2, 2019

IAF hits Hamas targets following rocket barrage


Avigdor Liberman: Israel is in an emergency security situation


WATCH: Bi-annual Blue Flag air drill to kick off on Sunday

Bobe, a dog, was orphaned after his mother was crushed by debris during the American raid on Islamic

Puppy orphaned during ISIS leader raid finds new home


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