Tag Archives: right

Why Can’t the Left Stand Netanyahu? By Moshe Feiglin

Everyone is talking about the two-state solution, brought to us directly from the ideological study hall of the Left. So is Netanyahu. And Netanyahu is not only talking about it – he is literally begging Herzog to join his government, […]

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What is Wrong with the Right? By Moshe Feiglin

“Pushovers don’t die, they are simply replaced by new pushovers,” says the Israeli adage. But in Israel’s Right, the pushovers don’t die and they aren’t even replaced by new pushovers. The Right always celebrates its political victory and in the […]

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The Erroneous Premise Comes Home to Roost: By Moshe Feiglin

The signing of the nuclear accords with Iran is the great failure of both Right and Left.
In Israel, the only question being asked in Israel right now is if Netanyahu correctly managed Israel’s retreat. If that is the question, then […]

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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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Moshe Feiglin: After Sharon, Israel Needs Faith-Based Leadership

Ariel Sharon symbolizes the tragedy of the classic Right. He was a fighter, a settler of the Land, a leader: What more could anyone expect? But it is Sharon who became the great destroyer. After Sharon, the Right can expect […]

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Israel’s Right: The Light’s On But Nobody’s Home

16 Tevet, 5774
Dec. 19, ‘18
Translated from Makor Rishon
“If this bill passes, Israel will have to announce that there will be no negotiations over Jerusalem. The real significance of that is that we completely halt the negotiations taking place today.”  (Minister […]

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The Powerful Hand: By Moshe Feiglin

5 Sivan, 5759
May 20, ‘99
On Election Day, I was reminded of the prophet Jonah. We find the sailors, full of good will, frantically attempting to steer the ship to safe waters. In the meantime, Jonah, who understands that the ship’s […]

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