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After Pegasus controversy, Israel decides “not to sale” its tech to 65 countries

After the controversy over the hacking tool of the NSO company, Israel has decided to change its cyber export policy.

Palestinian, Israeli settler killed in Jerusalem shooting incident on Sunday

Israeli forces killed a Palestinian man after he started firing and carrying out a knife attack that killed an Israeli settler and killed three others, including two policemen.

Turkey arrests Israeli couple for spying

Israel has demanded that Turkey release an Israeli couple accused of spying for allegedly taking photos of the presidential residence in Istanbul.

Israel, India signs pact to adopt dual-use technologies by small businesses

India and Israel signed a pact on Tuesday to stimulate innovation and accelerate the development of dual-use technologies by small and medium-sized businesses in both countries.

New studies in Israel finds benefits of booster COVID-19 shot

A large study in Israel, conducted by the Clalit Research Institute in collaboration with researchers from Harvard University.

Israel ready for delivery of drones as Sushi and Ice Cream

Tel Aviv: Israel's drone power translates the knowledge of air force veterans into sushi and ice cream delivery as companies leverage their expertise to avoid collisions in increasingly crowded skies. On a grassy expanse of Tel Aviv's waterfront, three drones...

Israel airstrikes killed Syrian soldier in Homs province

An Israeli airstrike in central Syria killed a Syrian soldier and three pro-Iran fighters, according to a UK-based war observer.

Israel accuses Iran of Cyprus attack plot after suspect arrested

Israel has accused Iran of orchestrating an attack on Israel in Cyprus after police on the Mediterranean island said an armed man had been arrested.

Israeli forces kills five Palestinians on West Bank

Five Palestinians were killed by the Israeli army during overnight military operations that led to armed clashes in the Jenin and Jerusalem areas of the occupied West Bank

Soar of COVID-19 in Israel shows that what is coming in future

Once a forerunner in the global race to leave Covid-19, Israel is now one of the world's largest pandemic hotspots.
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After Pegasus controversy, Israel decides “not to sale” its tech to 65 countries

After the controversy over the hacking tool of the NSO company, Israel has decided to change its cyber export policy.
- Advertisement -spot_img