Moshe Feiglin


1962 –

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Who is Moshe Feiglin?

Moshe Zalman Feiglin is an Israeli politician, Knesset Member, and head of the Manhigut Yehudit faction of Israel's governing Likud party. Feiglin won a seat in the Israeli Knesset for the first time in elections held January 22, 2013. Feiglin advocates predicating Israeli policy on three principles: Liberty, Jewish Identity and restoring Meaning into Israeli life. In this context, he opposes coercion of any sort, religious or anti-religious. In addition, Feiglin advocates lottery-based allocation of land to Israel's citizens to alleviate the housing shortage, employing the voucher method to afford parents choice in education for their children, capitalism tempered by charity and kindness, transition to a professional, volunteer army, full Israeli sovereignty on the Temple Mount and in Jerusalem, revoking the Oslo Accords, affording the Arabs of Judea and Samaria permanent residency status and encouraging non-Jews to emigrate. He opposes a two-state solution and advocates that Israel annex the West Bank and Gaza. Feiglin opposes equal citizenship for Israel's Arab minority. On foreign policy, Feiglin is a firm believer in self-reliance, advocating that Israel take care of its security problems alone and not accept foreign aid from the US. Feiglin has twice received 23% of the Likud membership's vote in contests for the party leadership, most recently in the Likud leadership election, 2012.

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Jul 31, 1962
  • Israel

on July 23, 2013


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