Former MK Moshe Feiglin, Chairman of the Zehut Party, criticized the Netanyahu government in the wake of the Trump peace initiative, which will be presented soon. “Faithful to the Bar-Ilan speech, Netanyahu is continuing to advance the Palestinian state, which will bring catastrophe upon the State of Israel,” said Feiglin. “Netanyahu is the person who led Trump to this current, bad outline, and the rightist government is answering Amen”. “ The time has come for us to say the
From Moshe Feiglin's Facebook Page: “There is a huge difference between Netanyahu and me,” Labor Party Chairman Avi Gabai explained this morning, and then went into details: · The Right does not want peace and we do. · Netanyahu has retracted his Bar Ilan speech and the two-state-solution and we are in favor of it. · For the past ten years, the Right has not conducted any serious peace process. · The Right is building outside the settlement bl
http://www.jpost.com/printarticle.aspx?id=492175# Judea and Samaria. The West Bank. Whatever you want to call it, this piece of land (which includes parts of Jerusalem) is 5,640 square kilometers of the most hotly contested real estate on the planet.
The landscape varies from barren desert to arable mountainous terrain. It has rocky terraces and graceful hills and gurgling springs and gnarled olive trees.
For Jews, it is the biblical heartland. It is where the patriarchs
How long can people occupy a land? How long can innocent civilians live under difficult conditions? How much blood must be shed until we realize that this is simply not working? It has been 50 years since the 6 Day War… yet the dreaded occupation goes on and on. I say “Dayenu” – Enough is Enough! We must end the occupation now and forever! I agree with 99% of what “Peace Now” says; no more war, no more stealing land, no more violence against women and children and no more occ
The outstretched hand of Israeli Olympics judo competitor Uri Sasson, left alone in mid-air by his Egyptian opponent, reminds us all of something we have been trying to forget. Really, Israel does not have ‘peace’ with Egypt. Currently, the interest of the military regime in Egypt is to cooperate with Israel. That is all. Interests, as we know, change all the time. Israel paid dearly for peace with Egypt. We destroyed a thriving Israeli city and an entire region of agricultur