Category Archives: Land of Israel

How to Win the Six Day War: By Moshe Feiglin

At the end of last week, I was part of a televised panel called, “How many days has the Six Day War lasted?” One of the first speakers opined that Israel’s Six Day War miraculous triumph was a Pyrrhic victory. […]

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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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The Regulation Law: Historic Achievement or Farce? By Moshe Feiglin

The Regulation Law to regulate settlement in Judea and Samaria is making its way through the legislation process. In order to get it to pass through the Knesset, the heads of the Jewish Home party, who introduced and advanced the […]

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Should Israel Tell the World to go to Hell? Moshe Feiglin on the Tamar Yonah Show

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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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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 Defense Minister’s Pen: By Shmuel Sackett

It has been stated many times that “the pen is mightier than the sword”. To be perfectly honest, in a war situation I prefer the sword (or machine gun, tank, F-16 or nuclear bomb!) but in many situations, the pen […]

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The Oslo Syndrome Strikes Again: By Moshe Feiglin

A year ago, after two months of fighting in Gaza and millions of Israelis in bomb shelters, the Israeli ‘elephant’ succeeded in fighting off the Gazan ‘fly’ – and to convince itself that it had won the war. To understand […]

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Liberty After Oslo: By Moshe Feiglin

Last week, I spoke in front of 200 students at the University of Tel Aviv, as part of their course on Operation Defensive Edge.
When I arrived, the heads of the course thanked me, because they had experienced difficulties trying to […]

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Why Hasn’t Mishmar Hayarden Been Rebuilt? By Moshe Feiglin

Last week was the annual ceremony for veterans and descendants of Mishmar Hayarden. Mishmar Hayarden was established in northern Israel (just north of the Bnot Yaakov Bridge) in 1890. Its founders were Jews who desired to fulfill the directive to […]

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