'The Shin Bet, alongside its partners, has succeeded —through technological, intelligence and operational adjustments—in locating more than 2,000 potential lone terrorists since the beginning of 2016.'
Israeli security forces arrested a humanitarian aid worker from the Gaza Strip on charges he was exploiting his position at the United Nations Development Programme to provide assistance to the Hamas terror organization.
Two Palestinian men with entry permits to Israel were caught by Israeli security forces transferring funds from Gaza to Judea and Samaria. They then revealed information about tunnels, many of which are located under civilian structures such as residences and mosques.
A Shin Bet report on the investigation into the terror attack last month at the Sarona Market in Tel Aviv, which left four Israelis dead and 17 wounded, reveals that the terrorists were inspired by ISIS, but did not establish official ties with the group.
Israeli security forces arrested a Palestinian terrorist cell which carried out a bomb attack in May against IDF soldiers near Hizmeh, just north of Jerusalem, in which an IDF officer was severely wounded.
Last month, Israeli security forces arrested a terror operative involved in Hamas’ tunnel building efforts as he attempted to cross into Israel illegally from the Gaza Strip, the Shin Bet (Israel's Security Agency) cleared for publication on Sunday.
Israeli security forces arrested three Palestinians in connection with a stabbing attack of two elderly Israeli women in Jerusalem earlier this month, the Shin Bet (Israel’s Security Agency) cleared for publication Monday.
Israeli security forces arrested a Bethlehem-based Hamas terror cell that carried out a suicide bombing attack on a bus in Jerusalem in April and had plans to carry out further suicide attacks, the Shin Bet (Israel's Security Agency) cleared for publication on Sunday.
Israel’s rise as one of the world’s leaders in cybersecurity has been boosted by cooperation between the military, government, education, and private sectors, a level of partnership unmatched in the Western world, The Washington Post reported Saturday.
A Palestinian minor active in Hamas' military wing, who crossed illegally into Israel at the beginning of April and was caught, has provided Israel with a treasure trove of information on Hamas' terror-tunnel network, the Shin Bet (Israel's Security Agency) cleared for publication Tuesday.
Israel’s security forces have captured a veteran Hamas terrorist who has been providing a treasure trove of information on Hamas’ terror tunnel network, the Shin Bet (Israel’s Security Agency) stated Thursday.
Customs investigators at the Nitzana crossing into the Gaza Strip, working together with the Shin Bet, prevented an attempt to smuggle four tons of ammonium chloride, hidden among 40 tons of salt, into Gaza just before the Passover holiday.
Israel is bracing itself for the annual cyber attack against Israel by pro-Palestinian hackers. Video clips have been circulating in various languages warning about Thursday’s imminent disruption of networks identified as being associated with the Jewish state. No real damage is expected.