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Praying For Moshe Feiglin’s Son

Wednesday, July 7th, 2010

Editor’s note: This week, Shmuel Sackett, international director of Manhigut Yehudit, is filling in for Mr. Feiglin.

 

Moshe Feiglin’s son, Dovid Yosef ben Faigie Perel, remains in intensive care in stable – yet serious – condition following a car accident. Here is an update for Jewish Press readers, who have followed Moshe’s column for many years:

 

On Thursday, July 1, I picked up Moshe at 5 a.m. for a trip to the Kotel to daven. Immediately afterward we immersed in the Breslov mikveh (in the Muslim quarter of the Old City), and then ascended Har HaBayit (The Temple Mount). Something very interesting happened just before we went up to Har HaBayit.

 

The day before, I e-mailed Rabbi Nachman Kahane (brother of Rabbi Meir Kahane) and asked him to meet us before we go up to the Har so that he can give Moshe a berachah. For the record Rabbi Nachman Kahane is a rare kohen me’yuchas,” meaning he can trace his family’s line directly to the first high priest of Israel, Aharon HaKohen. He is also a Talmudic scholar who has written more than 40 holy books. Finally, he is a member of Manhigut Yehudit and believes strongly in Moshe’s ability to soon become prime minister of Israel.

 

            Just before we arrived, Rabbi Kahane saw Rav Shlomo Aviner, chief rabbi of Beit El and rosh yeshiva of Ateret Cohanim. Rav Aviner is also a kohen, and Rabbi Kahane asked that he bless Moshe as well. Shortly after, Moshe and I arrived (with our dear friend, Dovid Shirel of Hebron). Rabbi Kahane explained that when one kohen blesses a Jew it has the status of a rabbinic blessing, but when two kohanim bless a Jew it has the status of a Torah blessing. Both kohanim held Moshe’s hand and blessed him simultaneously with the traditional priestly blessing.

 

After Moshe was blessed, he, Dovid Shirel and I went up to Har HaBayit and had the very rare opportunity to fulfill a unique halacha. The Mishnah in Midot (chapter 2, Mishnah 2) states that when people ascend the Har, they walk rightward. However, if a person is in mourning or has another problem (which the commentaries explain as praying for a sick relative), the person walks leftward. The reason for this is that people already on the Har will see that the people are walking in the opposite direction and will ask them what happened. When they find out, they will say (in the case of an illness), “May the Dweller [Hashem] in this House grant your son a quick and speedy recovery.” Thus to fulfill this requirement, we walked to the left upon ascending the Har.

 

About 30 minutes into our walk around Har HaBayit, some people who ascended the Har shortly after us noticed that we were walking toward the left. Inquiring about this seeming oddity, Moshe said to them, “Because my son is sick and needs a refuah sh’laimah.” They immediately replied, “May the Dweller in this House grant your son a quick and speedy recovery.” This was exactly as the Mishnah described it over 2,000 years ago! This brought chills to my spine for a long time. After all, it’s one thing to learn the law; but to experience it is infinitely more incredible.

 

Ten minutes after leaving Har HaBayit, Moshe’s wife Tzippy told him via telephone that about 20 minutes earlier Dovid Yosef started moving his leg and arm. The doctors were ecstatic about this small – but very significant – progress. Just imagine: he started improving at the exact time we were davening for him on Har HaBayit and practicing the Mishnah law.

 

We hope for more progress every day.

 

Moshe and Tzippy Feiglin have asked me to express their heartfelt hakarat hatov to the public for their outpouring of prayer and encouragement. They kindly request your continued prayers for their son.

 

This Land Is Not For Sale

Monday, January 4th, 2010

Americans for a Safe Israel/AFSI and Manhigut Yehudit recently conducted its latest Chizuk Mission to Israel. These missions are designed to cover as much of the contested land of Israel as possible in a jam-packed week of visits to all parts of the country. We visited the Binyamin area, the Shomron, the northern Shomron, the Galilee, the Negev, Hebron – and of course, Yerushalayim.

We visited Galilee hilltops and met the Shomrim HaHadash, the new guardians of Galilee farms threatened by Arab thieves who break into the farms by cutting fences, stealing herds of goats or cows, destroying equipment, and threatening Jewish farmers’ lives.

The methodology is simple. The Jewish farmers are harassed by Arab terrorists, leading to both physical and economic desperation. They are then visited by Arabs ready to purchase their farms for Saudi Arabia-supplied cash. The Shomrim HaHadash, who put their lives at risk by patrolling the farms at night on horseback, strive to prevent the takeover of the entire Galilee by the Arabs. The Israeli police and army seem unable or unwilling to control the situation.

We witnessed this struggle throughout Israel. Arab terrorism, along with Israel’s government policy of appeasement and weakness, is forcing Jews to hold onto the land of Israel by their fingertips. Even at the Temple Mount in Jerusalem, the Israeli government discriminates against Jews. Unlike Christians streaming onto the Mount, Jews are forced to surrender their passports for inspection and wait an hour while the documents are checked. When finally allowed entry we were followed by both Israeli police and Arab “guards,” who watched us carefully to ensure that we were not praying on the Mount – something forbidden to Jews.

In Hebron we saw the disgraceful results of government actions against that city’s Jews. Seeking to pacify the overwhelming majority Arab population, Hebron’s Jews live primarily on one street – in a few clusters of homes. The Shalom house, purchased and renovated by Jews at great cost, has been closed by the Israeli government – with the Jews forcibly evicted from their apartments. The courts have yet to decide on the home’s legality, but the Netanyahu government forced out the Jews without waiting for a court order.

In the Negev, where the Gush Katif expellees are trying to build communities in Yevul and Halutzia near the Egyptian border, the Israeli government again betrays its own citizens. Bedouin thieves attack the farms and, just as in the Galilee, there is no police reaction.

Further, the expellees must pay large sums of money for their tracts of land, while many are still paying mortgages on their destroyed homes in Gush Katif. At B’nai Netzarim, a new community of caravan homes, we were told of the government’s demand that they put up 100,000 shekel checks to prove their desire to stay and build permanent homes. Short of compliance, the government would not supply the needed infrastructure.

An ominous, disgraceful sign seen in a number of areas within Israel was the red AREA A sign, saying that the area was under sole Palestinian Authority control and no Israeli Jews were allowed entry. I have never seen a sign anywhere in Israel barring Arabs.

Another sign that brings shame and humiliation (this time on Americans) is the one proclaiming that U.S. aid money has gone to build Arab enclaves. We see this at Shdema, a contested area just outside Yerushalayim. On this former army base’s property, (in Area C, under complete Israeli control), U.S. money has created an Arab oasis. During our visit there, we took great delight in planting little saplings. To our great dismay, we learned that they had quickly been torn out after our departure.

Those Israelis with a national identity crisis seem to be losing a grip on their country. To help thwart the current harmful policies, please do whatever possible to support the aforementioned Shomrim’s slogan, This Land is Not for Steal – or Deal – or Sale.

One way to show support is to reserve a spot for AFSI’s next Chizuk mission, in May 2010, by calling 212-828-2424 or 800-235-3658, or by e-mailing afsi@rcn.com. If you wish to read a more detailed version of the trip and view photos of the mission, please visit AFSI’s website at www.afsi.org.

Helen Freedman is executive director of Americans for a Safe Israel/AFSI, and organizer of the AFSI Chizuk missions.

Israel’s Election

Wednesday, February 25th, 2009

Israel is now entering a complex twilight zone. On the one hand, it is quite clear to all that the war that Benjamin Netanyahu waged against me caused the Likud to lose mandates. Conversely, no one but us dares to admit that the Likud suffered a defeat – and thus needs to implement the measures required to be taken. Everyone is dusting off their government suits and comforting themselves with the victory of the “right-wing bloc.”

 

Within a short time, lack of stability and the inability to implement policy will lead to new elections for the head of Likud. We must prepare ourselves for this upcoming battle for leadership of the Likud and of the State of Israel. The past two months have proven to all Likud members that a faith-based candidate does not repel voters. On the contrary – the Likud cannot win without him.

 

The battle for both the Likud leadership and our country begins today from a position totally different from our position two months ago. There is no doubt that forces larger and stronger than us will unite to attempt to defeat us. But reality will point time and again to the faith-based alternative. Reality will prove that only a faith-based leader can lead the Likud and the entire national camp to a decisive victory, and save Israel from the paralysis and self-destruction that Godless leadership has inflicted upon it.

 

If we analyze the polls taken from late November through the final results of the February 10 election, it is easy to see what led to the Likud’s slow but steady decline over the course of the election campaign.

 

In early November, Likud was almost 15 mandates ahead of Kadima. Over the next month, it continued its rise in the polls – until it was polling at 36 seats. In early December, when Netanyahu started his public campaign to demonize me, Likud dropped to 34 seats. After Likud’s December 8 internal election to determine its Knesset list put me in the 20th position (which meant that I would certainly be in the next Knesset), various polls showed Likud gaining as many as 38-40 seats. But only two days later, Netanyahu used dubious means to push me down to the 36th spot. After this maneuver, Likud’s polling numbers steadily declined; in the general election, Likud received only 27 seats.

 

What can we learn from these results?

 

First, we must notice the symmetry between Likud’s decline and the rise of Avigdor Lieberman’s Yisrael Beiteinu party, and later of the National Union party.

 

Likud began to decline when it lost its rightist/nationalist hue as a result of Netanyahu’s battle against me. Nationalist voters were so discouraged by his actions that many flocked to Yisrael Beiteinu, mistaking Lieberman for a Land of Israel loyalist. Still others switched to the National Union party, a party of authentic Land of Israel loyalists. The discouraged nationalist voters chose these other parties even though having me (and other Manhigut Yehudit candidates) in the Knesset inside Likud would be the best chance we have to keep some semblance of control over Netanyahu. As we all recall, the only real fight against Ariel Sharon’s Disengagement (read “Expulsion”) from Gaza and Northern Shomron came from rebels inside his own Likud party.

 

From the beginning of December until the general election, Yisrael Beiteinu and the National Union, in aggregate, gained 11 mandates at the Likud’s expense. Likud could have – and should have – won at least 38 mandates in these elections.

 

Netanyahu talks a good game to the nationalist camp. In his “victory” speech he continually evoked God, and he even used Manhigut Yehudit’s own theme song during his rally. However, his statements (and actions) during the campaign demonstrated his desire to win by just a slim margin (which would leave him unable to govern effectively). He even preferred to lose the election – rather than be “weighed down” by such Manhigut Yehudit ideals as keeping the Land of Israel whole and injecting Jewish values into the running of the State of Israel. Unfortunately, Benjamin Netanyahu prefers to be free to continue the suicidal “peace” process.

 

The Jewish leadership alternative is not a luxury. It is a prerequisite for saving Israel.

 

For those of you who live in Israel, it is important to vote Likud and register for the  Likud. And no matter where you live, it is of utmost importance to pray for Israel and for the fulfillment of our Jewish destiny.

 

Join Manhigut Yehudit as we celebrate our Seventh Annual Dinner on Wednesday, March 11 at The Sands in Atlantic Beach, New York. Reservations are required. For information, visit www.jewishisrael.org or call 516-295-3222.

Taking Stock: Rosh Hashanah 5769

Wednesday, October 8th, 2008

It seems that God is reshuffling all the decks for the New Year, 5769. It is happening in politics, in the world economy, in international relations and, most likely, within each and every one of us.


We entered the year 5768 immediately following my highly publicized primary bid for the Likud leadership. The months that followed did not have great electoral campaigns, but they were chock-full of steady outreach activity. My articles, television and radio interviews and, no less important, countless meetings with the Likud membership throughout Israel have significantly heightened public awareness and interest in the faith-based leadership alternative. The complimentary poll results and the enthusiasm with which our ideas are now greeted strengthen our confidence that we are definitely on the right track and always progressing.


Our support in the Likud is now very broad-based and is not at all limited to the people who registered for the Likud through Manhigut Yehudit. Our outreach within the Likud has spilled over into the rest of Israeli society. As I have written countless times before, the Likud is a microcosm of Israeli society at large. The processes developing in the Likud are also taking place throughout Israel. Many more challenges still await us as we aim for leadership of the Likud. But it is clear that the path from leadership of the Likud to leadership of the entire nation will be considerably shorter than the path to the top of the Likud has been.


We are at the threshold of a number of very important struggles. If no new government is formed soon in Israel, we will be going to general elections, which will be preceded by Likud primaries for the Knesset list. Even if a new government will be formed, its future is hazy and we will nevertheless need to prepare for Likud primaries – which will take place no later than a year from now.


If general elections are not held soon, the Likud will hold elections for the Likud Central Committee. We must prepare ourselves for this important race. The Likud Central Committee is a highly influential body. For example, when it became clear that Benjamin Netanyahu’s proposal to parachute non-Likud, leftist celebrities into the top slots in the Likud would never make it past the Likud Central Committee, the proposal evaporated. Currently, Manhigut Yehudit has a significant number of members on both the Central Committee and the various other Likud committees. It is of utmost importance that we increase our strength in these committees in order to gain even more influence.


Another challenge that awaits us in the New Year is the restoration to active status of those Manhigut Yehudit people who have let their Likud memberships lapse. The Likud secretariat has decided to allow those people who stopped paying their dues to renew their membership status and will permit them to vote immediately (without serving another 16-month waiting period).


Our political activism is creating a Jewish revolution. Slowly but surely, we are bringing about a changing of the guard, ridding Israel of the tired, faithless and uninspired leadership that has led the State of Israel to date. Slowly but surely, we are transferring the leadership of Israel away from the elite that has controlled us since the birth of Zionism. We are restoring this leadership to the Jewish majority. That is why the ruling elites are trying so hard to remove me from the Likud Knesset list. They want to preserve their control, and they see me as a threat to that control.


5769 will be a revolutionary year. We are doing all that we can to prepare for the greatest revolution of all – the faith-based revolution.


We sincerely thank the thousands of Manhigut Yehudit supporters who constantly inject us with the strength to continue our struggle to provide Israel with authentic Jewish leadership. May God bless you all with a year of good health, happiness and fulfillment, and may all your aspirations become reality in the very best way.


I pray that we will have the merit to lead our nation in the coming year with genuine love of Israel and complete loyalty to God, the Land of Israel and the nation of Israel.
Shanah Tovah U’metukah.


Moshe Feiglin is the founder and president of Manhigut Yehudit, the largest faction inside the Likud party. Manhigut Yehudit (Jewish Leadership) strives to restore Jewish values, pride and integrity to the State of Israel. For more information or to order Feiglin’s newest book, The War of Dreams, visit www.jewishisrael.org.

Terrorist Release Psychosis

Wednesday, September 3rd, 2008

Yehudit Dasberg was one of the first victims of Oslo. Her daughter and son-in-law were murdered in a drive-by shooting near Gush Etzion. Yehudit and her husband Uri adopted their two babies and have raised them ever since. When Israel began to release terrorists, Yehudit appealed to the Supreme Court. Time and again, the court rejected her appeals. After a number of years and terrorist releases, Yehudit tried a new tactic. She came to the court equipped with a large poster, onto which she had pasted pictures of more than 100 men, women and children. “Do you know who these people are?” Yehudit asked Justice Mishael Cheshin. “These are the Jews murdered by the terrorists that you insisted on releasing.”


The release of the murderers of Jews has become a fact of life. At first, they explained that it would bring peace. Today they tell us that it will strengthen the good terrorists in their fight against the bad terrorists, and that it will help the progress of negotiations. Nobody buys it, but nevertheless – as if it were some sort of heavenly decree – we continue to release them.


Why?


The answer to that is hidden in the realm of our denial of our Jewish identity. We have rejected our Jewish identity and have enlisted the cruelest of our enemies to help us be rid of it. We called it a “peace agreement,” or “separation,” or “disengagement,” or who knows what; but it is all one and the same. It is the drive to purge ourselves of the Land of the Bible and the people faithful to it, the people who interfere with our denial of our Jewish identity.


And it works. We have denied our Jewish identity to such an extent that we now tolerate the murderers of Jews. We release them time and again to preserve our illusion of normalcy.


Return to Jewish values, Jewish identity and the Land of Israel mean a return to Divine morality. Our sages expressed Divine security morality in the adage, “One who comes to kill you, arise and kill him first” (Sanhedrin 72).


It is imperative that we return to the life-giving values of the Torah. Our security culture must be motivated by the principle that potential aggressors will be attacked before they have any chance to cause us harm. The battle must move from within our cities to enemy territory. An aggressive security stance is not only necessary, but also Jewishly moral. When this principle is applied in our security culture, it will, with God’s help, bring Israel genuine and long-lasting security.

 

Livni, Mofaz and Other Rotten Vegetables


It is difficult not to laugh when the media widely reports that Kadima will act to prevent the losers in its upcoming primary from defecting to a different party. It is like holding a Weight Watcher’s meeting in the middle of a bakery. The entire corrupt Kadima party is nothing more than a party of defectors.


Those expecting our situation to improve under the leadership of Shaul Mofaz or Tzipi Livni are in for a major disappointment. The “advantage” of Olmert as opposed to his future replacement is specifically the thick smog of corruption that envelops him. The investigations taking place against Olmert have made it difficult for him to pass fateful strategic decisions. In Israel, “brave strategic decisions” are a euphemism for just one thing: the wholesale auction of the Land of Israel, destruction of settlements, and entrusting Israel’s enemies with the security of its citizens.


The new “squeaky clean” prime minister will place himself or herself at the service of those who set Israel’s national agenda (in other words, the “enlightened” leftist elite), and the spring of new peace initiatives will go into full bloom.


Israel needs a social revolution. It needs a revolution that will replace the rule of the leftist elite that undemocratically perpetuates its hold on power. Israel needs a revolution that will empower the Jewish majority to set the national agenda according to its Jewish values.


As of now, the only group making serious progress toward these goals is Manhigut Yehudit.
The preceding column appeared in the Yisraeli newspaper in July 2007. Sadly, it is just as pertinent today.


Moshe Feiglin is the founder and president of Manhigut Yehudit, the largest faction inside the Likud party. Manhigut Yehudit (Jewish Leadership) strives to restore Jewish values, pride and integrity to the State of Israel. For more information or to order Feiglin’s newest book, The War of Dreams, visit www.jewishisrael.org

From Boot Camp To Reality

Wednesday, July 2nd, 2008

 



“We must demonstrate against [Ehud] Olmert,” said the voice over the phone.

“Why?” I asked.

“Because he is going to give up the Golan Heights.”

“I won’t be demonstrating,” I answered. “I won’t demonstrate against Olmert or against the media, not even against the justice system. I won’t demonstrate against giving up the Golan Heights. I don’t demonstrate against the missiles falling in Ashkelon and I don’t demonstrate against the firebombs thrown all too frequently at the entrance to my hometown. And even when Olmert will announce that he is surrendering Jerusalem, I will not demonstrate.”

I don’t demonstrate because I have nobody to demonstrate against. I don’t demonstrate because the father and mother of Zionism are long dead and buried. I have no national father to yell at. I have no political mother who will have mercy on me.

I am simply here alone, completely alone – with only myself. Who will I demonstrate against? The air? I can only demonstrate against myself, and berate myself for the things that I could have done to change our leadership – and didn’t do.


* * *


For the Jewish people, real life begins when they enter the Land of Israel. The intense experience of the exodus from Egypt (receiving the Torah and 40 years of wandering in the desert) was like a divinely inspired boot camp – preparation for entering the Land of Israel.

Our recent Torah portion of Shelach relates the tragic episode of the spies who discouraged the Israelites from leaving the desert boot camp to enter the Land. Our modern-day will to leave boot camp is not faring much better. The moment of truth is here, and our recruits are running away from the challenge. The entire world is in awe of the Godly resources that have been invested in our nation. The entire world anticipates our nation’s message – the wonder of the fusion of the divine and the mundane.

Western culture has created a religious world outside the parameters of the mundane. Eastern Islamic culture has created a religious world outside the parameters of the divine. In contrast, the message of the Jewish nation is the message of the connection between the divine and the mundane. That connection can occur in only one place – in the Land of Israel. But instead of inspiring the world with our message, the Jewish nation prefers to “admit” that the others are right – that the fusion of the divine and the mundane is impossible, after all.

The message that we are currently giving the world is that there is no such thing as the Torah of the Land of Israel, that the Torah is at most just another religion and that, like all other religions, it exists only outside of reality. Sometimes nations make mistakes. But when a nation ignores its divine destiny, the price is severe. The sin of the spies hounds us until this very day, and is repeated to this very day – particularly among the religious. While the religious will go head to head with the government to prevent the building of a highway over suspected Jewish graves (and that is fine), they will remain absolutely silent when the Temple Mount – the earthly palace of the King of the world – is plowed under. Better for the palace to remain in heaven!

And some who call themselves religious Zionists are doing no better. We proudly proclaim that religious Zionism has a new message for our nation, but in our hearts, we do not believe that the Torah that we learn is relevant outside the study halls. That is why so many religious Zionists fight against Manhigut Yehudit. They prefer their own desert boot camp, and do not understand why it spells political death.

Polls show the religious Zionist National Union party – with all its sub-parties – in a steady state of decline. The fact that the decline continues despite all the “unification” efforts to prop up the party shows that (although the leaders of the religious Zionist public may not yet feel it) the religious Zionist public is voting with its feet against the exile religious mentality. It is slowly but surely groping its way toward the Torah of the Land of Israel – toward reality and our Jewish destiny.

Moshe Feiglin is the founder and president of Manhigut Yehudit, the largest faction inside the Likud party. Manhigut Yehudit (Jewish Leadership) strives to restore Jewish values, pride and integrity to the State of Israel. For more information, or to order Feiglin’s newest book, The War of Dreams, visit www.jewishisrael.org.

The Rule Of Law And Other Troubles

Wednesday, May 28th, 2008


         For all of those waiting to see Olmert forced out of office, I suggest that you don’t hold your breath. Olmert is a product of his times and surroundings. His corruption is not a meteor that exploded here with no warning. It is more like the tip of a very slippery iceberg that reaches into the depths and cannot easily be removed or forgotten.

 

         The corruption from which Israel suffers is based on its culture of “the rule of law.” The law should be nothing more than a tool, designed to keep the peace and define the limits of what is permissible and what is prohibited. The law is meant to reflect – not shape – a national culture. It is meant to direct our public lives according to the values dictated by our culture and traditions. In a normal situation, the law does not “rule.” What does rule is justice and morality. The law is designed to help society define its unique expression of justice and morality.

 

         In Israel, justice and morality have disappeared from our national lives. In their stead, we have the “rule of law,” which is abused to justify every abomination and to make every outrage legitimate. This is a unique strain of fascism – an odious form of idol worship. The “rule of law” idol was implanted in the brains of the soldiers who carried out the expulsion from Gush Katif. Their natural Jewish morals were neutralized by “the rule of law” – which is to be held in higher esteem than any other value (obeying G-d’s commandments, for example).

 

         And who is the prime minister of the state of “the rule of law”? A seasoned lawyer. A small-time criminal acts against the law; a mid-level criminal evades the law; while a big-time criminal commits his crime by means of the law. Our current prime minister is a middling, average criminal. Yet he may just manage to prove that he didn’t break the law, after all.

 

         What if Olmert steps down nevertheless? Who is the right candidate to replace him? Is there anybody in the Kadimah party who is not corrupt? Tzipi Livni?

 

         Tzipi Livni is a member of the big-time criminal party. In other words, she is a member of the party that commits its crimes by means of the law. I do not know that Livni has stolen any money, but she is guilty of far more serious robbery.

 

         Livni was elected by the public to serve as a Knesset member in the Likud party and to expedite its policies. But to the cheers of the media, which took an active part in the vote heist arranged by Ariel Sharon, Livni took the electoral check that she had received from the voters and – instead of depositing it in the account to which it was sent – deposited it in the account of a different party. This successful political heist – more corrupt than a financial heist – has positioned Livni as the prime ministerial hopeful. So please don’t tell me that Livni is not corrupt. She may not have “broken the law,” but from an ethical standpoint her actions are reprehensible.

 

         Be that as it may, Livni is not the problem. I do not think she understands that she is corrupt. Why should she? The Israeli public does not understand it either.

 

         I do not think that Olmert will fall in the very near future. The corruption that the current Olmert scandal has begun to reveal is much broader and deeper than Olmert’s personal involvement. It will eventually encompass many more public personalities and organizations.

 


 

Manhigut Yehudit’s Human Mosaic


 


         One of the special things about Manhigut Yehudit is that it is striving for national – not sectoral – leadership. This makes our message relevant to a broad spectrum of people. Indeed, the human mosaic that makes up Manhigut Yehudit is proudly diverse. Our active members range from non-observant to ultra-Orthodox and just about everything in between. If the Jewish state is not led by G-d fearing leaders we will not have a state at all. Any Jew who understands this can find a place in Manhigut Yehudit.

 

         So whether you said the Hallel prayers on Independence Day with a blessing, without a blessing or not at all, our main focus now is on gaining leadership of Israel – and saving our state.

 

         To learn more about Moshe Feiglin and Manhigut Yehudit (Jewish Leadership) or to order Moshe Feiglin’s newest book, “The War of Dreams,” visit www.jewishisrael.org.

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