Israeli Commandos Find A Boatload Of Rockets Under Iranian Cement

Israel is well known for their maritime raiding capabilities, a common tactic used to interdict cargo, or personnel, aboard ships that the Mossad deems as a threat to the homeland, sometimes to a controversial degree. Yet there is little controversy about the validity of the Israeli Navy's mission yesterday, one that… » 3/06/14 5:16pm 3/06/14 5:16pm

A Cyber Attack Against Israel Shut Down An Entire Road Last Month

Hackers managed to infiltrate and shut down an enormous tunnel system in Israel last month, causing massive traffic jams for eight hours, according to the AP. Though their sources indicate that the attack didn't come from a state actor, this first strike opens up a whole new world of cyber warfare. » 10/27/13 9:24pm 10/27/13 9:24pm

Watch Highway Traffic Halt As Israel's Sirens Wail In Memory Of Those…

As we noted earlier, today is Holocaust Remembrance Day, and every year, at 10:00 AM, Israel observes two minutes of complete silence. A siren, heard here outside of Tel Aviv, signals for people to stop whatever they are doing. Yes, even driving. » 4/19/12 4:30pm 4/19/12 4:30pm

Meet The Speed Sisters, Palestinian Race Car Drivers Intent On Winning

Pictured above is Noor Daoud. She was born in Texas, likes fast cars, but also was on an Olympic swim team and on the Palestinian national soccer team. Right now, though, she's focused on racing Formula 3. According to reports, Daoud is the first Palestinian, male or female, to participate in and win an Israeli race.… » 1/13/12 3:15pm 1/13/12 3:15pm

Israel Not Down With Nazi Johns, Un-invites Mosley

Formula 1 boss Max Mosley, who as we remember, was involved in this teensy-tiny controversy has been un-invited by Israel to participate in a little discussion on the future of racing in the Holy Land. Galed Majadle, the minister for science, culture and sport has now withdrawn his invitation to Mosley he randomly… » 4/25/08 2:20pm 4/25/08 2:20pm