We are used to thinking that the goal of the State of Israel is to achieve peace and that the problems our state faces are security, demographics, Palestinian nationalism, international pressure and economics.
But “peace” cannot be the defined goal of […]
And if your brother becomes poor, and his means fail with you, and you shall uphold him: as a stranger and a settler shall he live with you.
Take no interest from him or increase; but fear your
G-d; so that your […]
Yesterday the Bank of Israel announced that it would be buying hundreds of millions of US dollars, which will be added to the immense mound of dollars already piled up in its basement.
Two years ago, I wrote that a 17 […]
It looks like Europe blinked first this time. The Greeks have defaulted, but will remain in the EU nonetheless.
Strange…Greece owes 300 billion Euros, is not willing to pay a fraction of it and it is quite clear that (similar to […]
I have no idea who is trying to hide what in Netanyahu’s proposed agreement with Yitzchak Tshuva, the tycoon who explored for and found natural gas in Israel’s territorial waters. I am sure that both Netanyahu and Tshuva have an […]Read More
The man sitting opposite the courteous bank clerk needs a loan. The clerk checks his ability to pay off his debt. “Bring me your salary slips”. “Do you own an apartment?”
In other words, the bank clerk is investigating how much […]
MK Moshe Feiglin made this speech at Bar Ilan University on Sunday, 22 Kislev/December 14, ’14.
It is no coincidence that I have chosen the Bar Ilan University as the venue at which to present my political platform.
In all the […]
Last week, I proposed a bill in the Knesset to institute online ridesharing as an option for commuters. Currently, it is illegal in Israel for drivers who are not certified for public transportation to take passengers in their vehicles for […]Read More
It is becoming more and more difficult to attain housing in Israel. Here are some interesting statistics: In 1984 – thirty years ago – Israel’s GNP was 30 billion dollars. Today, it is 300 billion dollars. Back in 1984, the […]Read More