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The Pittsburgh Synagogue Massacre is also Israel’s Responsibility: By Moshe Feiglin

The shocking massacre of the Jews in Pittsburgh sends us back to dark times that we wanted to think were a thing of the past. Names like Kishinev and Kielce come back to haunt us. This is not just another […]

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Moshe Feigln: Overhaul Justice System to Reflect Public Values

“I dug beneath the surface of the Zadorov story, and found many inconsistencies,” said Moshe Feiglin in a radio interview after a rally protesting Zadarov’s continued incarceration for a murder that he very well may not have committed. “For example, […]

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Moshe Feiglin to Lead Struggle Against Terror Cover-Ups

Moshe Feiglin took time off from his last minute campaigning on Wednesday to support Nivah Ben Tzion and her family. Nivah is the widow of Avi Ben Tzion, murdered by Arabs a month ago. Although he was obviously bludgeoned to death, the police […]

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INN: Feiglin: Jewish Rapeller was Murdered by Arab Co-Workers

MK Moshe Feiglin (Likud) is convinced that Netanel Arami, a construction worker who fell 18 stories to his death last week, was murdered by Arab construction workers.
Feiglin went to pay a visit of condolence to Arami’s parents, brothers, his pregnant […]

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The Arami Family Needs our Help: By Moshe Feiglin

On Friday I went to pay a shiva call (comfort the mourners) to the parents, brothers, sister and especially – the pregnant widow and orphans of Netanel Arami, may G-d avenge his blood. Netanel plunged to his death on Tuesday […]

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Moshe Feiglin: The Different Response of Arabs and Jews

On the assumption that it really was Jews who murdered the Arab boy, it is an abominable act that deserves to be condemned and severely punished.
Clearly, there are Jewish murderers. If the people arrested are proven guilty, it will not […]

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Who is the Real Enemy? By Moshe Feiglin

11 Iyar, 5744/May 11, ‘14
Our grandchildren were over for Shabbat, and when Shabbat ended, I didn’t run to turn on my cell phone. We played with the little ones a bit more, took our time with Havdalah and by the […]

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