Category Archives: Jewish Identity

Our Experience at the 2016 AIPAC Policy Conference

By Jeffrey Cohen, US Director Zehut International
This year’s AIPAC conference was the largest ever.  There were more than 18,000 people milling around the Washington convention center.  So many people in fact that they had to rent out the Verizon Center […]

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Why are we Fighting Over the Kotel? By Moshe Feiglin

I was once a member of a panel at a Jerusalem symposium on religion and state. Next to me sat Anat Hoffman, the chairperson of the Women of the Wall.
“I oppose any type of coercion,” I explained to the crowd […]

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Looking for G-d in our Interchanges and Skyscrapers

By Moshe Feiglin
Over the last decade, Tisha B’Av, the day that we traditionally mourn the destruction of our Holy Temple in Jerusalem, has been admitted to the pantheon of Jewish holy days that are not for the observant only: […]

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We are the Good Guys: By Moshe Feiglin

We are prattling ourselves to death; blabbing in the television studios and in the military briefings. “When the Hamas terrorists emerge from underground and see all the destruction, they will understand that they lost.” Really? Does anybody in the Hamas […]

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Yom Yerushalayim was WHEN? By Shmuel Sackett

If I asked you what holiday was this past week, you would unquestionably answer, “Memorial Day”. Unfortunately, that is incorrect because Memorial Day is not a “holiday”. Memorial Day is a day where family members, friends and the entire USA […]

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Apartheid 101 for John Kerry: By Moshe Feiglin

29 Nissan, 5774/April 29, ‘14
In a ‘private’ conversation, John Kerry unleashed the well-known narrative that dictates that if Israel does not retreat, it will become an apartheid state and suffer the same fate as South Africa. . Kerry even showed deep […]

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Let the Nation Decide on ‘Peace’ – Before it is Too Late: By Moshe Feiglin

30 Shvat, 5774
Jan. 31, ‘14
The root of the evil is the across-the-board political consensus to conduct negotiations over our Land. When Jewish Home Chairman Naftali Bennett does not oppose the negotiations, why should he complain about the Prime Minister? Netanyahu  […]

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Abandonment? Give the Settlers Their Fair Share: By Moshe Feiglin

The share of the settlers in Israel’s security – in blood and money – is greater than that of any other sector in Israel’s population. As is widely known, there are a disproportionately large number of soldiers from the settlements […]

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What are we Negotiating About? By Moshe Feiglin

Everyone is talking about ‘peace’ talks. The basic assumption is that peace talks are supposed to bring peace. The ‘problems’ that ‘peace’ is supposed to solve are common knowledge: There is the security problem, the demographic problem, the problem of […]

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Stop Blaming John Kerry: By Shmuel Sackett

Lately, many people have been forwarding me angry emails that they sent to newspapers, magazines and blogs regarding Secretary of State John Kerry. All of these emails and letters criticize Kerry – in very strong terms – over his treatment […]

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