Tag Archives: administrative detention

The Deep Freeze of Liberty: By Moshe Feiglin

The daily news in Israel has distracted us from the icy winds that have put our liberty into deep freeze. “Why hasn’t anybody been arrested?”cried the media. “Jewish terror! Jewish terror!” And the Defense Minister felt the pressure. After all, […]

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Framed in Duma: By Moshe Feiglin

I opposed administrative detention – of both Jews and Arabs – when I was in the Knesset. I also opposed forced feeding. I believe that the continued occupation of Judea and Samaria causes Israel to consistently violate human rights, which […]

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Moshe Feiglin on Administrative Detention: A Country Should Never Deny Liberty of Citizens

“Administrative detention, which the cabinet approved for use this week against Jews suspected of nationalist activities, is bad. Very bad,” said Moshe Feiglin.  “The identity of the detainees doesn’t matter. A country should never deny the liberties of its citizens or of […]

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Moshe Feiglin Salutes Boaz Albert for not Obeying Immoral Directive

Moshe Feiglin applauds Boaz Albert for refusing to stay away from his home and family, despite police orders to the contrary.   Read More

Moshe Feiglin: No Administrative Detention – Except for Settlers?

Yesterday I visited with Boaz Albert, the father of 6 from Yitzhar who is in prison after refusing to abide by an administrative order prohibiting him from entering Judea and Samaria. Boaz is a farmer. His vineyards and winery need […]

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