Category Archives: Justice

Killing a Terrorist is Moral: By Moshe Feiglin

It is no surprise that Elor Azaryah, the IDF soldier accused of shooting and killing a wounded terrorist, was convicted today. Any other outcome would have been a stinging slap in the face of a much too broad elite and […]

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The Right has its Power, the Left has its Hegemony, the Arabs have their Knives: By Moshe Feiglin

“I believe that the expulsion of Arab terrorists’ families to Gaza will significantly reduce the terror activity against the State of Israel, its citizens and its residents,” the Prime Minister explained – and requested the Attorney General’s legal opinion.
Channel 2’s […]

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Let’s Take Responsibility for our Driving: By Moshe Feiglin

At the hospital a few years ago, next to the bed of my son who had been severely injured in a car accident, I had a lot of long nights to think about how to prevent MVAs.
After consulting with the […]

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Moshe Feiglin: War or Peace – no More Terror

“Administrative detention is an illegitimate tool born of an illegitimate reality,” said Moshe Feiglin in a radio interview. “ I oppose all administrative detention – of both Arabs and Jews. I think that the ability of the State to negate […]

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Framed in Duma: By Moshe Feiglin

I opposed administrative detention – of both Jews and Arabs – when I was in the Knesset. I also opposed forced feeding. I believe that the continued occupation of Judea and Samaria causes Israel to consistently violate human rights, which […]

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Is it Ethical to Kill a Terrorist? By Moshe Feiglin

“We have become like Sodom and Gemorrah,” the judge lamented when referring to the hard kick the Arab woman terrorist received from a Jewish bystander after an attempted stabbing. The judge’s assessment was right, but from the other side of the […]

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Corruption Staring Us in the Face: By Moshe Feiglin

Let us first say that the ‘field level’ of attorneys in Israel’s Attorney General’s office are not inherently different than our IDF combat soldiers: Without them, we could not exist as a state. Who would be willing to investigate organized […]

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Child 44, Israel Style: By Moshe Feiglin

I have no intention of going to see Child 44, based on Rob Smith’s novel. Reading the book is horrifying enough. Child 44 is a good thriller – not a literary classic. But for those who can get through the […]

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Who is the Sovereign in Israel?

By Moshe Feiglin
Today, after 17 years of investigation and trials, former (and future) Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman was acquitted by a unanimous court decision. Lieberman’s story forces us to face a serious question: Who is the sovereign in the State […]

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Attorney General vs. Democracy

By Moshe Feiglin
Former Prime Minister Olmert is convicted in court of breach of public trust, a crime legally considered a ‘disgrace’ that can get him up to five years of imprisonment – and he is all smiles. Nothing more is […]

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