The problem with Israel’s security perception is that Bennett, who said that Defense Minister Ya’alon and the entire military suffer from conceptual fixation, is right. And so is Ya’alon, who accused Bennett of political pandering.
True, the most sophisticated weapons will […]
MK Moshe Feiglin said this summer, he already foresaw the current Arab uprising, when he understood that the government had no intention of decisively winning the war in Gaza. He reminded his readers of a post he had written during […]Read More
For those who still do not understand that Israel is fighting a war for its existence in the face of Arab Islam and its terror organizations – which are all watching us now – and enjoying the show.
For those who […]
Why bomb Gazans if we can instead help them to actualize their wish to leave?
All kinds of estimates of the number of Arabs in Israel have been publicized. The following are the exact numbers as per the Demographic Institute of Yoram […]
We are prattling ourselves to death; blabbing in the television studios and in the military briefings. “When the Hamas terrorists emerge from underground and see all the destruction, they will understand that they lost.” Really? Does anybody in the Hamas […]Read More
Huffington Post: ‘Our Soldiers are the Only Innocents in Gaza’: Here’s What Israel’s Far-Right is Saying
Want to understand the political mood in an increasingly militant Israel? Meet Moshe Feiglin, a West Bank settler who is one of eight deputy speakers of the Israeli Knesset, a rising force in Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s Likud party — and […]Read More
By Shimshon Weisman
I saw Moshe Feiglin speak in English Tuesday night at a hall in Rmat Beit Shemesh. I got there about 20 minutes late. It actually started on time. He must be a yekke.
This is the fourth time I […]
In a lengthy interview on Channel 2 Tuesday morning, Moshe Feiglin made the following points:
Israel is fighting for justice, not self-defense. This is our Land – Gaza included. As long as we cannot say that simple sentence, we will always lose. […]
In the mid-90s (the Oslo era) Israel’s “This is our land” mentality switched to “This is their land”. A large cross-section of influential people in the arts, communications, politics, security, justice, media and politics are responsible for the transformation. They […]Read More