Do you think that Netanyahu has to go?
I think that he should have gone in 1996, when he hugged Arafat and bound us all to the Oslo Accords. He has to go for strategic reasons. That is why I joined […]
This article appeared last Thursday on the Arutz 7 Hebrew website:
What movie do you recommend?
The Pianist, by Roman Polanski. It is a Holocaust movie, but not really. First of all, it is a joy for all lovers of good music in […]
Translated transcript of Moshe Feiglin on the Aryeh Golan Morning Radio Show: KAN
We return to Trump’s historic declaration on Jerusalem yesterday. We are talking with the Chairman of the Zehut party, Former MK Mr. Moshe Feiglin. Good morning to you.
Former MK Moshe Feiglin, Chairman of the Zehut Party, criticized the Netanyahu government in the wake of the Trump peace initiative, which will be presented soon.
“Faithful to the Bar-Ilan speech, Netanyahu is continuing to advance the Palestinian state, which will […]
“Zehut” party head former MK Moshe Feiglin came out against the weapons deal signed by US President Donald Trump with Saudi Arabia.
Trump arrived in Saudi Arabia at the end of last week, and signed a deal worth $110 billion with the Arab […]
May 10, 2017
Yoel Domb, Arutz Sheva
In wake of reports that President Trump has decided not to transfer the US embassy to Jerusalem, the head of the Zehut (Identity) party, Moshe Feiglin, responded and stated that this was a foregone conclusion.
Zehut chairman and former Likud MK Moshe Feiglin slammed Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu on Sunday, ripping Netanyahu over his government’s decision to accept limitations on Jewish construction in Judea and Samaria.
Speaking with Arutz Sheva, Feiglin argued that the apparent understanding […]
What impact will the transfer of power in Washington have on Israel? Very little, says former Likud MK and chairman of the Zehut party Moshe Feiglin.
Feiglin, a Land of Israel activist who opposed the 1993 Oslo Accords and prior to […]
By Sarah Haetzni Cohen
Published in the Ma’ariv and Makor Rishon websites
August 7, ‘16
Despite the temptation, we are leaving politics outside the realm of this interview. But even the details of Feiglin’s state plan are not the main point. The main […]