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Shin Bet head tells Knesset committee it prevented 1,000-plus terror attacks this year
Hamas in Gaza and Turkey, and Hezbollah in Lebanon were working around the clock to attempt to attack Israelis in Judea and Samaria, notes Israel’s Shin Bet security services director Nadav Argaman.
Shin Bet uncovers extensive Hamas network in Hebron
Covert women transferred messages, instructions and finances to Hamas operatives, in addition to disseminating online information, organizing at mosques and helping prisoners’ families.
‘Bombs would have destroyed buses, cafes,’ says battalion commander who raided Hamas terror cell
The Shin Bet Israeli security service has detected and broken up approximately 250 large-scale terrorist cells since the start of 2018 alone, giving an indication of the scale of violence it has spared Israel’s cities and civilians.
As deal with Palestinians remains unlikely, Israel should defend its own interests, says former Shin Bet head
It’s risky, to be sure, but optimism lingers. “An arrangement will discernably minimize our control of Palestinians [and] decrease hostility, and suitable security arrangements can be made,” Yoram Cohen told participants at the Annual Herzliya Conference.
Israel’s security forces brace for a spike in Palestinian tensions
Many plots have been broken up, but tensions tend to rise this time of year, coupled with the Trump administration’s proposed moving of the U.S. Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem in May.
Shin Bet arrests 2 men tied to Hamas, accuses Turkey of turning ‘blind eye’ to terror group’s activity
Israel’s Shin Bet security agency announced Monday that it has arrested two men, a Turkish national and an Israeli Arab, who are suspected of being recruited for Hamas activity, while also accusing Turkey of turning a “blind eye” to the Gaza-ruling Palestinian terror group’s economic and military activity in the country.
Israel arrests two Arab women for plotting Islamic State terror attack against Jews
Israel's Shin Bet arrested two Israeli-Arab women last month on charges of being in direct contact with the Islamic State.