Category Archives: Justice

Child 44, Israel Style: By Moshe Feiglin

I have no intention of going to see Child 44, based on Rob Smith’s novel. Reading the book is horrifying enough. Child 44 is a good thriller – not a literary classic. But for those who can get through the […]

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Who is the Sovereign in Israel?

By Moshe Feiglin
Today, after 17 years of investigation and trials, former (and future) Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman was acquitted by a unanimous court decision. Lieberman’s story forces us to face a serious question: Who is the sovereign in the State […]

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Attorney General vs. Democracy

By Moshe Feiglin
Former Prime Minister Olmert is convicted in court of breach of public trust, a crime legally considered a ‘disgrace’ that can get him up to five years of imprisonment – and he is all smiles. Nothing more is […]

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The Shachar Mizrachi Effect

By Moshe Feiglin
Translated from Ma’ariv’s NRG website
It is impossible not to make the connection between the intentional running over of the policeman this Friday night by an Arab car thief and between the Shachar Mizrachi story.
A number of years ago, […]

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Rabbi Lior and the “Rule of Law”

By Moshe Feiglin
Editor’s note: Approximately a year ago, Rabbi Dov Lior, venerated Chief Rabbi of Kiryat Arba, gave his approbation on a book on the Jewish laws of war written by Rabbi Yitzchak Shapira. Among other issues, the book deals […]

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Jewish Justice or no Justice

By Moshe Feiglin
“Today the world is being born, today all the creations of all the worlds stand in judgment.” “And it will be determined for the countries, which for the sword and which for peace.” (Rosh Hashanah liturgy)
As we enter […]

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Exposing the Faceless Tyrant: By Moshe Feiglin

20 Kislev, 5769 (Dec. 17. ’08)

There could be a situation in which I would say: It is not worth it to keep this society intact.
In that case, a civil war would not perturb me.
Judicial commentator and media […]

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Exposing the Faceless Tyrant

By Moshe Feiglin
There could be a situation in which I would say: It is not worth it to keep this society intact.
In that case, a civil war would not perturb me.
Judicial commentator and media personality Moshe Negbi
These frightening words spoken […]

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