Meet the Candidate: Nadav Halamish
I was born and grew up in Ofra, the settlement in the Binyamin area that my parents helped to found. I am 35 years old, married to Moriah and father of 6 children. I am the graduate of two courses in the Computer College. I am one of the founders of the Zehut party and active in it on all levels: from putting together the Hebrew website and newsletter to running the Benjamin region of Zehut. I was in a Nachal combat unit for my army service. I am careful to buy Jewish/Israeli products only. I do not buy products from Germany. I speak English fluently.
Because we have lost too many people from our nation in misadventures from Left and Right.
Because the Nation of Israel needs leaders who will pull it from the mud and lead it to becoming a Jewish liberty state.
What do you bring to Zehut?
A fighting spirit.
The determination to advance toward the goal without compromise and without politics.
What will be your main political focus?
To defeat our enemies.
To change the army’s mindset from defense to attack and then on to victory.
To prepare the IDF for the upcoming big war so that at its end we will rule in the entire Land of Israel’s Biblical borders.
To ensure that a Jew will be able to go anywhere in the world and that our enemies will not dare touch him for fear of our army.
How will you bring voters to Zehut?
By giving them hope.
By reminding them of the greatness of the Nation of Israel hidden within each and every one of us, and our power to change reality and to create a better future for our children.
By inspiring more than a third of Israel’s voters who have almost completely despaired of themselves and did not even bother to vote because they had no one to vote for.
So why should we vote for you?
To finally break the system.
To put a person who doesn’t play according to the political rules into the Knesset.
To ensure that Moshe Feiglin will be the person building the government within less than five years.
The Rabin heritage, for the generation that did not live and die in Oslo time
By Nadav Halamish, Zehut Knesset Candidate
In 1994 Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin signed the Oslo Accords with mass murderer Yasser Arafat. In these agreements extensive areas of Judea and Samaria were handed over to the control of the Arabs and, in fact, by signing them the State of Israel declared that the country belongs to the Arabs and that the Jews are the bad guys.
In addition, as part of these agreements the army of the Arabs of Israel was officially set up, that was called "the Palestinian Police", to which Arafat appointed hundreds of murderers from Tunis who belonged to the PLO terrorist organization. It was supplied with thousands of AK47 assault rifles and ammunition. These AK47s, that were far more effective than the M16 in use in the IDF at that time, had been taken from the PLO fighters ten years earlier in the Peace for Galilee War. The transfer of the weapons to the Arabs was supervised by Shaul Mofaz, who was subsequently appointed to the post of CGS of the IDF.
Moshe Feiglin, current head of the Zehut party, set up at that time the non-violent protest movement called Zo Artzenu (this is our country) against the agreements. The movement blocked all the highways in the country and brought thousands of people onto the streets. This was the largest protest ever conducted in Israel.
This had no effect on Prime Minister Rabin, who disparagingly called the protestors "propellers".
The number of Jews murdered by the Arabs was doubled following the agreements, and in the two years after them hundreds of Jews were murdered in exploding buses caused by suicide Arab attackers. Not a single week went by without red headlines in the press.
People began to be afraid to travel in buses.
Furthermore, the above mentioned Arab army began attacking IDF soldiers and killed Jews on a number of occasions.
One of the greatest results of these agreements was that the IDF forgot what its function was and who was the enemy (part of the agreements referred to joint patrols between the IDF and the Arab army). Since there was no longer a need for a fighting army it turned into a political organization that promotes to the rank of Brigadier-General and above only those officers who identify with the suicidal approach. At present the entire senior command in the IDF consists of political appointments, and does not include even a single officer capable of, or interested, in defeating the enemy.
All the Prime Ministers since then, from both the Left and the Right, have chosen not to abrogate the Oslo Accords.
The most prominent amongst them was the Netanyahu government that reinforced the Arab army with tens of APCs and machine-guns, as a gift from the State of Israel. It also delivered thousands of tons of cement for strengthening the fortifications of Gaza in preparation for their next war against Israel, and even when rockets land in Beersheba and Tel Aviv this government doesn’t find it justified going to war, not to mention the first state security act the Zehut party is commited to after being elected to lead Israel:
Complete abrogation of the Oslo Accords and the return of exclusive Israeli sovereignty to its land.