PM Netanyahu and Foreign Minister Lieberman need not oppose the Arab UN proposal that calls for the end of the ‘occupation’, said MK Moshe Feiglin on Monday. “Israel must take advantage of the Arab move and clarify to the world […]Read More
“To strengthen our national fortitude and preserve a strong and relevant unity, we must connect to our allies – the Druze community and those Arabs in Israel who prove their loyalty to the State of Israel and its values,” said […]Read More
In a Knesset deliberation on Wednesday on Sweden’s recognition of a Palestinian state, MK Moshe Feiglin said the following:
“I have no complaints against the Swedish government. I think that they reached the logical conclusion from their point of view. After […]
MK Moshe Feiglin said this summer, he already foresaw the current Arab uprising, when he understood that the government had no intention of decisively winning the war in Gaza. He reminded his readers of a post he had written during […]Read More
In response to the outbreak of Arab rioting in northern Israel and the continued Arab violence in Jerusalem, MK Moshe Feiglin called upon the government to recognize that the Arabs have declared war on the State of Israel.
“When Knesset Members […]
After Tuesday’s scathing personal attack by a top US official against Prime Minister Netanyahu, MK Moshe Feiglin issued the following statement: I fundamentally disagree with PM Netanyahu on many issues – including those issues over which the US has criticized […]Read More
Israel’s greatest problem today is its American friend President Obama, only the most recent rock-star leviathan in a sequence of “gods-that-failed” to toss it around for four to eight years. The EU is second, a pitiful imitation.
To America, Israel is […]
By JODI RUDOREN OCT. 13, 2014
JERUSALEM — The secretary general of the United Nations on Monday condemned what he called “provocations” at Jerusalem’s holy sites, hours after the Israeli police said officers had locked Palestinians inside Al Aksa Mosque to thwart […]
“Israel must make it clear to the festival of countries now pledging their financial aid for the rebuilding of Gaza,” said MK Moshe Feiglin in response to the international pledge of 5.4 billion dollars, “that not one cent will enter the area […]Read More