Do you think that Netanyahu has to go?
I think that he should have gone in 1996, when he hugged Arafat and bound us all to the Oslo Accords. He has to go for strategic reasons. That is why I joined […]
The lesson from the downing of Israel’s F-16 fighter jet by an old Syrian anti-aircraft missile is that we must never, never, never allow small-minded politicians to surrender strategic assets acquired with the blood of our soldiers over the decades […]Read More
“Nobody will run Zionism’s rear-guard war better than you,” I once said to Netanyahu. Today I understand that it is not just Netanyahu – it is almost all the Right’s intelligentsia.
Netanyahu is not the problem. He is just its face. […]
When a famous rabbi joins the agenda dictated by Netanyahu nemesis Eldad Yaniv, he doesn’t turn himself into a soldier in the service of morality. Just the opposite. He and those who follow him turn themselves into soldiers in the […]Read More
Former MK Moshe Feiglin, Chairman of the Zehut Party, criticized the Netanyahu government in the wake of the Trump peace initiative, which will be presented soon.
“Faithful to the Bar-Ilan speech, Netanyahu is continuing to advance the Palestinian state, which will […]
One day a reporter called and asked me for my response to the police plan to call me in for an investigation on the suspicion of sedition.
“I haven’t heard about it,” I answered the reporter.
“They didn’t notify you?” he asked.
Although I anticipated that Netanyahu would remove the metal detectors from the Temple Mount, and although I very much hoped that I would be proven wrong, things are developing in such an amazing and fascinating manner , that you cannot […]
Fifty years have passed since the Six Day War and the reunification of Jerusalem. Most people think that the Six Day War was a resounding Israeli victory. There is no doubt that, from a military standpoint, the triumph was unequivocal.
Zehut chairman and former Likud MK Moshe Feiglin slammed Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu on Sunday, ripping Netanyahu over his government’s decision to accept limitations on Jewish construction in Judea and Samaria.
Speaking with Arutz Sheva, Feiglin argued that the apparent understanding […]
The Israel that we are leaving for our children is a much more dangerous place than the country that we inherited from our parents.
Israel’s founding generation pioneered in a Homeland of 600,000 people, with no army to speak of, no […]