Category Archives: Society

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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Could a Military Coup Happen in Israel? By Moshe Feiglin

Not likely. True, the radical leftist Ha’aretz newspaper explicitly fantasizes about a coup. And until just a short while ago we had a Defense Minister who echoed the Ha’aretz stand and called upon IDF officers to publicly express their disagreement […]

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Why Can’t the Left Stand Netanyahu? By Moshe Feiglin

Everyone is talking about the two-state solution, brought to us directly from the ideological study hall of the Left. So is Netanyahu. And Netanyahu is not only talking about it – he is literally begging Herzog to join his government, […]

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What is Wrong with the Right? By Moshe Feiglin

“Pushovers don’t die, they are simply replaced by new pushovers,” says the Israeli adage. But in Israel’s Right, the pushovers don’t die and they aren’t even replaced by new pushovers. The Right always celebrates its political victory and in the […]

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Moshe Feiglin on Duma Firebomb: Why is Terror Against Jews Covered Up?

“The firebomb attack on the house in the Arab village of Duma is shocking and terrible,” said Moshe Feiglin.  “When the perpetrators are caught (no matter who they are) they must be severely punished.”
“Strangely,” Feiglin continued, “when Jews are murdered, Israel drags its […]

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Do You Want to Help the Ethiopian Immigrants? Stop Helping Them: By Moshe Feiglin

The central feature of the protest of the Ethiopian immigrants in Israel is that nobody knows what they are really protesting about. That is very strange. A real protest – despite all the self-centered spoons stirring the pot – looks […]

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Memory and Pragmatism: By Moshe Feiglin

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Memory and Pragmatism: By Moshe Feiglin
14 Adar Alef, 5774/Feb. 14, ‘14
Translated from Makor Rishon
A Knesset speech in a foreign language requires a preliminary authorization from the Knesset Committee. When the Chairman of the Knesset Committee […]

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Israel’s Right: The Light’s On But Nobody’s Home

16 Tevet, 5774
Dec. 19, ‘18
Translated from Makor Rishon
“If this bill passes, Israel will have to announce that there will be no negotiations over Jerusalem. The real significance of that is that we completely halt the negotiations taking place today.”  (Minister […]

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Choose Life! By Moshe and Tzippy Feiglin

Translated from the Makor Rishon newspaper
“Thank you,” an anonymous friend wrote me on Facebook. “Today I received another notification, for the umpteenth time, that I must once again receive chemotherapy. I have no more strength and I really […]

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What are they Crying About?

By Moshe Feiglin
Translated from the Makor Rishon newspaper
It is difficult for us to understand the ultra-Orthodox reaction to its exclusion from the government coalition. After all, that’s how it goes in politics: Sometimes you are in, sometimes you are […]

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