Moshe Feiglin, the anti-Oslo Accords activist-turned Likud MK and now leader of Zehut, thinks his party is going to be the surprise of the 2019 elections.
His party conducted research that shows 19% of voters would consider voting for Zehut, and they come from across the political spectrum. Meanwhile, only 6,000 people have signed up for the party’s primary, which is set to take place on Tuesday and has open registration for all Israeli citizens on the Zehut website. It’s a
Read this article on the Jerusalem Post website The one-state solution is the only viable option for peace, according to Zehut member and businessman Albert Levy.
“Let’s face it – the Oslo Accords is dead; the two-state solution is dead,” Levy said, speaking at the Jerusalem Post Diplomatic Conference on Wednesday. “We stand now before a fantastic window of opportunity to achieve real peace in the region. The one-state solution is the only realistic solution and should be i
We are watching history unfold. President Trump is leading the world on a series of strategic changes that are truly momentous. Prime Minister Netanyahu, a brilliant tactician, knows how to work with him - and simultaneously with Putin – admirably. When it comes to tactics, nobody does it better than Netanyahu. The truly amazing events of the past week reminded me of former Prime Minister Yitzchak Shamir. In my eyes, Shamir was the best rightist Prime Minister that Israel has
Surprisingly, the overwhelming majority of potential Zehut voters were not religious-Zionist like Feiglin. http://www.jpost.com/Israel-News/Feiglin-to-take-advantage-of-Likuds-weakness-to-promote-his-new-party-467671 Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s Likud Party’s recent free fall in the polls could create an opportunity for former Likud MK Moshe Feiglin’s new party, Zehut, Feiglin told The Jerusalem Post Tuesday.
Three polls broadcast over the past two weeks have found t