Tag Archives: education

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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Moshe Feiglin: Instead of Censoring Books, Let Parents Take Responsibility

“The debate over the Education Ministry’s disqualification of (leftist) Dorit Rabinian’s new book is ridiculous and even scary,” said Moshe Feiglin on Thursday. “Parents should determine the educational  content and values that they wish to instill in their children – […]

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Israel Should Employ the Education Voucher Method: By Moshe Feiglin

The Education Ministry is considered highly desirable. As the 44 billion NIS budget of the Ministry is augmented by the local municipalities, it turns out that the education budget is the largest in Israel – even more than the defense […]

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Education: Parental Responsibility

“A father must teach his child Torah.” This is what the Torah teaches us. But in the state of the Jews, the responsibility has slipped off the shoulders of the father and onto the shoulders of the minister. Without even […]

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Moshe Feiglin Optimistic on Israel’s Future

“Israel is in a unique reality,” said MK Moshe Feiglin on Wednesday.  “The economy is flourishing but we do not yet know how to bring the abundance and hope to young couples and the poor. The IDF is strong but […]

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Moshe Feiglin: University Students Cost Government Much More than Torah Kollel Students

The High Court ruled yesterday that students in Ultra-Orthodox Torah institutes (kollel) will no longer receive government stipends. In principle, I am in favor of this ruling. It would be good for the Torah world to free itself from its […]

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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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