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Let the Nation Decide on ‘Peace’ – Before it is Too Late: By Moshe Feiglin

30 Shvat, 5774
Jan. 31, ‘14
The root of the evil is the across-the-board political consensus to conduct negotiations over our Land. When Jewish Home Chairman Naftali Bennett does not oppose the negotiations, why should he complain about the Prime Minister? Netanyahu  […]

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What are we Negotiating About? By Moshe Feiglin

Everyone is talking about ‘peace’ talks. The basic assumption is that peace talks are supposed to bring peace. The ‘problems’ that ‘peace’ is supposed to solve are common knowledge: There is the security problem, the demographic problem, the problem of […]

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Moshe Feiglin: No Jordan Valley Without Jerusalem

The attempt to keep the Jordan Valley under Israeli control after Minister Livni announced in the Knesset that we are negotiating over Jerusalem looks quite pathetic. Livni is not the problem. Neither is Netanyahu. The problem is that we have […]

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Moshe Feiglin: Negotiations Will Collapse, Israel Will be Blamed

Clearly, Abu Mazen will not agree to Kerry’s security arrangements. The negotiations will collapse , terror will explode and Israel will be blamed.
Why does this keep happening? Why does Israel, always willing to negotiate, lose its international legitimacy while those […]

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