Category Archives: Issues

Moshe Feiglin: Disconnect Between National Camp Leaders and Voters

The following is a translated excerpt from Moshe Feiglin’s Facebook Live broadcast, Thursday, June 14th.

Question: Sadly, Netiv Ha’avot was destroyed this week. But the government has promised to build many new houses in exchange. Maybe we should actually thank Peace […]

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Israel’s Technology Prevents it from Eliminating Terror: By Moshe Feiglin

Our military technology is amazing. What other army is capable of shooting a missile from far from an unmanned military vehicle, very close to people, without concern that they will be hurt due to a technical error or inaccuracy? Wondrous. […]

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Israel Should Resign from the UN: By Moshe Feiglin

Can someone explain to me what we get out of being the punching bag of the UN? Until 2002, Switzerland, for example, preferred to forgo the dubious pleasure and managed quite well. Aren’t you tired of being the floor rag […]

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Moshe Feiglin Sums Up Trump-Kim Summit

To sum it all up:
1.    A peace-pursuing president with a saxophone, bad for Israel and beloved by Hollywood, who signed an “historic” agreement and turned North Korea into a nuclear threat.
2.    A pro-Islamic president, who hates Israel and is worshipped […]

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Stop Talking and Start Moving: By Moshe Feiglin

Israel’s government ministers would be well-advised to express their loyalty to Jerusalem by moving their offices to the eastern side of the city. When the body language of Israel’s government will fit its bombastic declarations, and all the government offices […]

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Moshe Feiglin Speaks at Rally to Return Fallen Soldiers’ Bodies from Gaza

“Quiet is slime,” said Ze’ev Jabotinsky. I repeated those words on Friday at a rally to return the bodies of fallen IDF soldiers Hadar Goldin and Oron Shaul from Gaza. The government’s  attempt to preserve “the quiet” has become its […]

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Dynamite Doves? Blazing Butterflies? By Moshe Feiglin

Over this last week, the IDF dealt with the mortar fire from Gaza by employing smart missiles that take out the mortar shell while it is in flight. Strange, isn’t it? Guided missiles against mortar shells? But for Israel’s citizens, […]

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One “Very” is not Enough: By Shmuel Sackett

There is a Mishna in Pirkei Avot that teaches us to be humble and modest. The Mishna is short and directly to the point. While the lessons are great, the words are few. It is the 4th Mishna in the […]

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Convenience? Or Liberty? By Moshe Feiglin

Why wasn’t I surprised to learn that in Sweden, people are happily implanting microchips into their arms  to make their lives more convenient?
Microchip implants for humans? Even Orwell didn’t think of that.
 I wasn’t surprised because I already heard all these claims […]

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“We’ve Been “Not Leaving” for a Long Time: By Shmuel Sackett

I recently wrote an article about the difficult period that Israel is facing (Iran, Syria, Hamas etc..) yet how I am proud to be here, despite the dangers. This article generated a tremendous response from you – the readers – […]

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