Category Archives: Identity

Israel’s Beating Heart: By Moshe Feiglin

The Temple Mount is the most holy place on earth. It is the place chosen by the G-d of Israel from which to rest His Divine Presence throughout the world. This is the place that connects the physical with the […]

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Flying to Nowhere: By Moshe Feiglin

In the last conversation that I had with Prime Minister Netanyahu, I told him, “You are the person most capable of managing the rearguard war of the existing Zionist consciousness.” .Perhaps because I did not intend to insult him and […]

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Should Israel Intervene in the War in Syria? By Moshe Feiglin

The right hemisphere of the brain says, “Bury your head in the sand.” After all, the second side in the Syrian conflict would be committing the same atrocities if it only could. We are talking about extremely violent people. Furthermore, […]

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When War Doesn’t End, Peace Doesn’t Begin: By Moshe Feiglin

Israel suffers from a basic inferiority complex. Leaving its Jewish identity behind, it has invented an ‘Israeli’ identity, which is contingent upon the recognition of our Arab neighbors. This foundational flaw channels us into a zero sum game, precisely expressed […]

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9/11: The Collapse of Civilization: By Moshe Feiglin

Not only the Twin Towers collapsed on 9/11. An entire concept collapsed with them.
The entire idea of the modern nation-state, which beheads the king, confines God to the church interior and enthrones man and society instead – all collapsed like […]

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Why is Israel Chained to the Diplomatic Process? By Moshe Feiglin

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 […]

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Some Intellectual Honesty About the Gay Parade: By Moshe Feiglin

Shira Banky, o.b.m. was murdered at last year’s gay parade by a crazed anti-gay attacker. This year, the media is saying that whoever does not participate in the gay parade doesn’t really condemn the murder. Maybe he even supports it […]

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Security is Just the Excuse: By Moshe Feiglin

“Who on earth needs Jabel Mukaber? Or Isawiya?” asks Haim Ramon with the leftist chorus repeating after him in a well-planned and well-financed public relations campaign.
When is the last time you were there?
What is holy about those Arab villages?
Why do […]

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The Soldier Who Fired a Defense Minister: By Moshe Feiglin

“Who lost the elections?” (1996)
“We, the Israelis.”
“And who won?”
“The Jews. The Jews defeated the Israelis”.
(Shimon Peres in an interview after Israel’s 1996 elections)
Peres was wrong. The “Jews” did not exactly win. And the “Israelis” did not lose at all. In […]

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Confusing the Nazis and their Victims: By Moshe Feiglin

The significance of the remarks that Deputy Chief of Staff Yair Golan made at the Holocaust Day Ceremony is very clear. There is no other way to understand them:
“The soldier who shot the terrorist in Hebron and those who support […]

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