Category Archives: Leadership

It’s Easier to Fight a Tunnel than the Real Enemy: By Moshe Feiglin

During Operation Protective Edge in Gaza in August 2014, when I was a member of the Knesset Foreign Affairs and Security Committee, the Hezbollah was busy in Syria and its positions on Israel’s northern border were empty. “Why don’t we […]

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Oslo Strikes Netanyahu Again: By Moshe Feiglin

Netanyahu must go home!
From reports this week in Israel’s major newspapers, it appears that PM Netanyahu was willing to conquer Gaza on the condition that Abu Mazen would be willing afterwards to take it off Israel’s hands.
Our IDF soldiers are […]

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The Emperor Who Had No Clothes Marches Again: By Moshe Feiglin

Do you know the joke about the guy who murdered his parents, and then begged the court for mercy because he was an orphan?
Who brought us the miserable nuclear agreement with Iran, if not Binyamin Netanyahu? It was his policy […]

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Baffled on the Right: By Moshe Feiglin

“They tricked you”, I said to the rightist journalists sitting opposite me.
Why do you say they tricked us?
The politicians whom you elected destroyed an entire Jewish town and told you that it’s someone else’s fault.
 And what would you do? Ignore the […]

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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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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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The Submarine Brouhaha and Vision for Israel: By Moshe Feiglin

A political storm is brewing in Israel over its purchase of three German submarines. Opposition politicians are accusing PM Netanyahu of buying the submarines in order to line the pockets of one of his close confidants. Netanyahu insists that the […]

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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 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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