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Current level of readiness in home front is ‘a little better than average,’ emergency organization head says.
The asymmetric warfare challenge to the IDF’s 2009 conflict in Gaza was ‘peanuts’ compared to the 2014 fighting – and the subsequent perception of a ‘low’ body count of 67 dead soldiers.
The world-famous magician and his family are moving back to Israel after 43 years "to save lives and help emergency preparations in Israel."
Col. Eitan Yitzhak reveals model used to ready Haifa for attack.
By YAAKOV LAPPIN
In Ma’aleh Adumim, the siren shattered the Shabbat eve calm, but by Saturday night, life had resumed as if there hadn’t been a rocket.
By DAVID BRINN
IDF Home Front Command prepares for scenarios the rest of us would prefer not to think about.
Jerusalem is signaling to the world that it is time to get serious about putting a stop to Iran’s nuclear program.
By YAAKOV KATZ
An alert in the city of Lod used to display as "Shfela 179." Now it will just display as "Lod."
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
Conference to focus on disaster management and mass casualty evacuation events.
By ANNA AHRONHEIM
Report finds that police purchases violate conflict of interest principles.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
Last recorded tsunami to hit Israeli shores was in 1956.
A former senior official said, "The IDF cannot worry about distributing food to citizens when rockets are falling in Tel Aviv or distribute money to ATMs around the country."
By TZVI JOFFRE
The official Home Front Command application only permits users to receive alerts in three communities at most, preventing residents from being made aware of sirens across the Gaza border community.
By EYTAN HALON
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