Tag Archives: biometric

My Conclusion From the Yemenite Children Horror: By Moshe Feiglin

Finally, most of the facts are on the table. Thousands of Yemenite children in Israel were abducted from their parents between 1948 and 1954. Some were sold to adoptive parents in Israel and abroad. Others were even used for medical […]

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No Biometric ID for Me: By Moshe Feiglin

As ‘expected,’ the biometric identity card trial was ‘successful’ and now Minister of Interior Aryeh Deri has announced that Israel will require all of its citizens to register for a biometric ID card. With all due respect to Minister Deri, […]

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Biometric Passports: A Question of Liberty: By Moshe Feiglin

This picture above was taken last week. Israeli citizens returning home after a tiring flight are allotted one passport check counter as they enter the country. (Visitors to Israel are allotted five).
“Register for a biometric passport,” explain the airport workers.
In […]

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Liberty’s Creeping Erosion: By Moshe Feiglin

The new law giving police the authority to conduct a body search on anyone they deem suspicion passed the Knesset this week.
Now, they will be allowed to biometrically mark us.
They will be allowed to frisk us because they don’t like […]

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Big Brother Makes Aliyah: By Moshe Feiglin

The Free Mandatory Education Law has just been broadened by the Knesset and from the next school year will include children from the age of three(!)
The direction is clear. Instead of keeping out of every facet of our lives – […]

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Liberty

Opposition to any type of coercion: religious, anti-religious, economic, cultural, educational, etc.
Allocation of State land to the citizens
Privatization of government companies to the public and not to core shareholders
Open communications: Broadcasting licenses – not broadcasting franchises
Restoration of parental responsibility for […]

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