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The bill to penalize Palestinian Authority payments to the families of terrorists could pose unexpected risks to Israel's safety.
Lebanese terror group wanted to send 5,000 fighters to infiltrate into Israel through their cross-border attack tunnels.
"We began attacking systematically a number of times each week [in Syria]. Without making any statements. Beneath the radar," Eisenkot said.
French report releases new and alarming details on underground weapons facilities the Shi'ite terror group operates in Lebanon.
By ANNA AHRONHEIM
Eisenkot says the IDF's policy regarding the Syrian civil war was one of "non-intervention alongside preserving our interests."
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Whatever the outcome, the verdict will reverberate throughout military.
"Looking at my term as chief of staff three years back, there were many events in which escalation was a hair's breadth from happening," stressed Eisenkot.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
"He has gone from being Mr. Security to Mr Microphone," Lapid wrote on Twitter.
By GIL HOFFMAN
Maj.-Gen. Aviv Kochavi officially took the reins as IDF chief on Tuesday.
The official ceremony took place in Tel Aviv before he heads to Jerusalem.
The Israeli people got a taste of what an effective PR campaign looks like over the past week, in the run up to the ceremony in Tel Aviv on Tuesday.
By YAAKOV KATZ
Iran remained Israel's main security threat during his tenure, Eisenkot said, defining the danger a three-pronged manner.
By URI BOLLAG
Eisenkot, whose tenure is scheduled to end this week, has headed the army since February 2015 and will be replaced by Maj.-Gen. Aviv Kochavi.
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