Jamming Or Direct-Kill: Israeli Companies At The Forefront In Countering Growing Drone Threat

By Yona Schnitzer/TPS on November 21, 2017

When the State Comptroller published his report on the potential security threats posed by unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) on November 15,  he touched on an issue that has been troubling the global defense industry for some time. The rise in availabil…

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Huge Economic Potential for Israel in Japanese Medical Devices Market

By Ilan Evyatar/TPS on November 21, 2017

Japan’s medical device sector has huge economic potential for Israel, Takatomo Ajima CEO of Japanese  healthcare consultant CDI-Medical told Tazpit Pr…

IDF Relives Commander of Post Following Mistaken Shooting of Palestinians

By Yona Schnitzer/TPS on November 21, 2017

An IDF officer was reprimanded, and a squad commander relieved of his post following the conclusion of an internal investigation conducted by the IDF …

Parole Board Turns Down Hamas Prisoner For Release as Group is Holding Bodies of Israeli Soldiers

By TPS on November 21, 2017

The Israel Prison Services Parole Board has denied the request of a Hamas security prisoner for early release, citing, among other reasons, the fact t…

Ambassadors: Israel-Egypt Treaty Strong Despite Lack of Civilian Ties

By Andrew Friedman/TPS on November 21, 2017

Israel’s military ties with Egypt remain strong, a former Israeli ambassador to Cairo told Tazpit Press Service (TPS) Tuesday, but he added that the A…

Court Approves Misezhnikov Plea Bargain; Former Tourism Minister to Serve 15 Months

By TPS on November 21, 2017

Former Tourism Minister Stas Misezhnikov will serve a 15 month prison sentence after the Tel Aviv Magistrates Court approved a plea bargain Tuesday wi…

Meet Israel’s Patent Whiz,Assaf Natanzon

By Mara Vigevani/TPS on November 21, 2017

You could call him Israel’s Thomas Edison. At 43 years old, Assaf Natanzon has already registered 204 patents and has 200 more pending. This week,  he…

Hotovely: Israel Waiting for ‘Palestinian Sadat’

By Andrew Friedman/TPS on November 21, 2017

Deputy Foreign Minister Tzipi Hotovely said Tuesday that peace with the Palestinians has not materialised because Israel’s conflict with the Palestini…

Defense Ministry Asks For Billions to Combat Growing Security Threats

By TPS on November 20, 2017

Citing increased security threats, in particular the situation in Syria, Hezbollah’s acquirement of guided missiles and Iran’s military growth and exp…

UN Envoy Condemns Palestinian Violence, Incitement

By TPS on November 20, 2017

The United Nations Special Coordinator for the Middle East Peace Process, Nickolay Mladenov continued Palestinian violence and incitement, as well as …

Police Move to Ban Case 3000 Suspects from Resuming Public Roles

By Andrew Friedman/TPS on November 20, 2017

Police will move to remove David Sharan, a former chief of staff to Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu, and Eliezer (Moodi) Sandberg, who served short …

India Said To Scrap $500 Million Defense Deal With Israel’s Rafael

By Yona Schnitzer/TPS on November 20, 2017

India has reportedly scrapped a $500 million deal with Rafael Advanced Defence Systems to buy some 8,000 Spike anti-tank missiles, Indian media report…

Knesset Committee Pushes Off Debate on Proposal to Jail leakers

By TPS on November 20, 2017

MK Dudi Amsalem (Likud) will propose jailing individuals who publish information related to illegal police investigations of public officials. The mea…

Report: Cathay Pacific to Offer Daily Service Between Tel Aviv-Hong Kong

By TPS on November 20, 2017

Cathay Pacific, Hong Kong’s flagship carrier, has announced plans to expand service between Tel Aviv and Hong Kong in early 2018, the Globes business …

Police open incitement Investigation Following Rivlin Decision on Azaria

By TPS on November 20, 2017

The police opened an investigation into alleged incitement against President Reuven (Ruby) Rivlin Monday following Rivlin’s announcement yesterday tha…

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