Tag Archives: zionism

Leadership or Directionless Maneuvering? By Moshe Feiglin

As long as Netanyahu is Prime Minister, the legal residency status of the Arab terrorists from the eastern neighborhoods in Jerusalem will not be nullified. The Left may have nullified their residency status. But the Right? Never.
It is irrelevant to […]

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Why Do We Need a Jewish State? By Moshe Feiglin

Why do we need a Jewish State? Herzl thought we need it so that we could be a normal nation, thus ending anti-Semitism: “Then no foreign law will concern us, no hatred will exist, there will be no persecution in […]

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Redefining Israel’s Goal: By Moshe Feiglin

What is the main subject of Israel’s current elections?
The wasted money in the PM’s household? Hardly.
Us or Netanyahu? Netanyahu or them? Ridiculous.
Suddenly Protective Edge was not such a glorious victory? All the MKs (except for yours truly) were in favor […]

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A First Time for Everything: By Shmuel Sackett

13 Iyar, 5774/ May 13, ‘14
 
A little over a week ago, I did something that I never did before; I politely turned down the request of a gabbai to do “hagbah”. As you know, hagbah is the honor of picking […]

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One Chief Rabbi for Israel: By Moshe Feiglin

18 Kislev, 5774
Nov. 21, ‘13
Translated from Makor Rishon
I am very pleased that the Knesset passed my proposal to institute one Chief Rabbi in Israel instead of two. If handled correctly, this change has the potential to make the Chief Rabbinate […]

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My Coffee Break with an Arab MK

By Moshe Feiglin
Translated from Makor Rishon
“I believe in the person,” said the Arab MK to me. “Not in land.”
I took a sip of my coffee and answered.
“I believe in the connection between the person and the land.”
“And this land that […]

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From Yad Vashem Zionism to Temple Zionism

By Moshe Feiglin

Translated from the Makor Rishon newspaper
Some people still think that the reason that our national train continues to speed down the Oslo track is because of the people at the helm. Begin surrendered the Sinai Peninsula […]

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