“Don’t be afraid of failure – it would only make you stronger,” is the message he said the younger generation needs to hear.
Israel continues to grow as a Jewish State, as a nation and as a people. In 2016, Israel's population grew by 167,000 people.
The main suspect confessed to passing on information to Syria through the Internet.
PM Netanyahu vows to bring "to justice" Israeli Druze who lynched an IDF ambulance carrying Syrian wounded.
Syrian activist refugees are starting to speak out and share their experiences with the rest of the world -- particularly with their Israeli neighbors.
The food co-ops operate as social business ventures, offering consumers significantly less expensive groceries and investing profits in local social empowerment initiatives.
So far, according to IDF sources, the entire event is still a mystery.
When the auctions were unsealed, it turned out the winners were all Arabs, despite the fact that a large number of Jewish residents had participated.
Someone spray painted "ISIS" in Arabic on a memorial for fallen Druse soldiers up north.
Eventually the NYPD showed up, rounded up the rioters and released them—uncharged—outside.
PM Benjamin Netanyahu vows to reduce gaps between Jews and Arabs in resources and law enforcement.
DM Moshe Ya'alon condemns Israeli Druze lynch of ambulance bearing Syrian wounded.
The terrorists snuck up from behind the police officers.
CNN's distorted coverage of the Har Nof massacre prompts calls to pull its press privileges.
Philly synagogue unites community in honoring slain Israelis
The American IDF lone soldier who died on the Golan Heights was one of five brothers from Passaic, New Jersey.
The first official Turkish delegation to Israel in five years arrives to discuss a development project in Jenin.
The Temple Mount was closed following the terror attack that killed two policemen and wounded 2 more.
It's official: Israel will accept 100 Syrian orphans as refugees from the civil war across the border.
MK Esawi Frej (Meretz) suggested that "if this proposal is passed, every job for the Arab sector will go to the Druze."
Officer Zidan Sayif saved lives in the Har Nof Massacre, but was shot in the head and is now fighting for his life.
Syrian state media was filled with praise for Israeli Druze who lynched an IDF ambulance bearing Syrian wounded.
The IDF ambulance was transporting 2 wounded Syrian to an Israeli hospital.
There were no Muslim riots or protests in Israel in response to the closure of the Temple Mount and Old City of Jerusalem.
The targeted outpost is located near the Druze village of Hader, in southern Syria.