The Air Force, with its bases, and other facilities will also take part in the call-up. Among other activities, base personnel will be carrying out emergency intelligence data analysis for the purpose of conducting airstrikes. The same goes for the Israeli Navy and their infrastructure.
The IDF warns the Monday-Wednesday period will be marked by increased military activity, which will take in public places such as schools. Several cities around the country will be affected, including Tel Aviv and the central locations there.
Israeli forces assault Palestinian prisoners in Nafha jail ~ link ~
Israeli troops have raided a detention facility in southern occupied territories, assaulted dozens of Palestinian inmates and then forcibly transferred many of them to other sections of the jail.
The development came a day after Palestinian media outlets reported that the Israeli regime is currently holding 391 Palestinians in administrative detention, a two-fold increase compared to similar figures released in the summer of 2014.
Four Turkish F-16 fighters took off from the Diyarbakir air base and hit PKK targets in Hakurk in northern Iraq, the sources told Reuters. Local media reports confirmed the airstrikes.“At around 9:00pm (6:00pm GMT), Turkish planes started bombing some of our positions in two areas [north of Dohuk and north of Arbil]”, a spokesman for the PKK in Iraq, Bakhtiar Dogan, told AFP.
Some media reports claim that around 50 PKK camps were struck in three separate air operations and up to 300 bombs were dropped on PKK positions.
Turkey and USA planning "Buffer Zone" inside of Syria ~ link ~
Such a deal would significantly increase the scope of the US-led air war against IS in northern Syria, the paper says.