Moshe Feiglin

Israel Closes Temple Mount To Muslims, Jews After Attempted Assassination

10/29/2014 - 20:00

Jerusalem – Israel closed the Temple Mount to Muslim worshippers and to Jewish and non-Jewish visitors in the wake of the attempted assassination of an Israeli activist.

Likud Leader Wants Temple Mount Changes

A Jewish state without control of the sacred site is a 'contradiction,' says Moshe Feiglin.

05/12/2014 - 20:00
Staff Writer

Moshe Feiglin is a deputy speaker of Israel’s Knesset, which joined a member of the Likud Party in January 2013. At the last election for his party’s head, he ran second to Benjamin Netanyahu. Feiglin, 51, is also president of Manhigut Yehudit (The 
Jewish Leadership Movement), which is the largest faction inside Likud. During his first year in office, he was the only coalition member to vote to end the Oslo “land for peace” process and to oppose the budget in order to prevent the release of Arab terrorists as part of a deal that restarted Palestinian peace talks. Feiglin was in New York last week. This is an edited transcript.

Moshe Feiglin: “Does just part of Jerusalem belong to Israel?”

Tim Boxer Meets Alan Dershowitz

03/10/2013 - 20:00
Jewish Week Online Columnist

Alan Dershowitz, the Harvard law professor and Jewish activist, came direct from the White House to the 15th anniversary banquet of the Brownstone organization at the Manhattan Center on March 7. He was part of a group of Jewish leaders who met with President Barack Obama prior to his first visit to Israel on March 20.

Alan Dershowitz at the Brownstone dinner in Manhattan after meeting Obama in the White House. (Photo by Tim Boxer)
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