|Date of birth||31 July 1962|
|Place of birth||Haifa, Israel|
|Party represented in Knesset|
Moshe Zalman Feiglin (Hebrew: משה פייגלין, born 31 July 1962) is an Israeli politician, Knesset Member, and head of the Manhigut Yehudit ("Jewish Leadership") 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 revoking the Oslo Accords, 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.       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.
In 1993, Moshe Feiglin co-founded the Zo Artzeinu ("This [is] our Land/Country") movement with Shmuel Sackett to protest the Oslo Accords. On August 8, 1995, 80 intersections throughout the country were blocked in a massive act of civil disobedience against the Oslo process. As a result of his activities, Feiglin was sentenced to six months in prison in 1997 for sedition against the state by Israel's Supreme Court. The sentence was later commuted to community service.
In November 1996, Moshe Feiglin established the Manhigut Yehudit movement to foster Jewish leadership for Israel. In 2000, the movement joined Israel's Likud party as a faction dedicated to the same goal. Feiglin declared that he would be a candidate for chairmanship of the party as a springboard for premiership of the State of Israel.
Personal life 
Feiglin was born in Haifa in 1962. His family later moved to Rehovot, where he attended the local Tachkemoni school (of the Mizrachi movement), and subsequently graduated from Rabbi Haim Drukman's yeshiva, Or Etzion, and served as a major in a combat unit in the IDF. He is the author of the Hebrew language books Where There Are No Men, and War of Dreams, has a column in both the Ma'ariv and Makor Rishon daily newspapers, and appears frequently on international TV and radio. He writes columns regularly for the Brooklyn-based Jewish Press as well. Moshe and his wife Tzippy have five children and three grandchildren. They live in the Israeli settlement of Karnei Shomron, in the Samaria region of the West Bank.
Feiglin is an avid mountain biker, riding most mornings in the Samarian hills just outside his town. He is fluent in American English.
Army service 
Feiglin enlisted in the Israeli army for the full mandatory three-year term, despite the fact that the commonly accepted enlistment path among religiously observant Israelis is through the Hesder program, which allows those Israelis who wish to do so to pursue religious studies for a year and a half at an approved Yeshiva and have that time deducted from their mandatory service. Feiglin was the only member of his division to volunteer for and be placed in the Combat Engineering Corps. He later signed on to one additional year as a career soldier and attained the rank of Captain. He fought in the 1982 Lebanon War.
Manhigut Yehudit 
Feiglin is the co-founder and president of the Manhigut Yehudit ("Jewish Leadership") faction in the Israeli Likud party. Manhigut Yehudit began as a brainchild of Feiglin and a friend of his, Moti Karpel, who began the movement as the continuation of the Zo Artzeinu protest movement. The main tactical difference between the two in Feiglin's thought is that Zo Artzeinu protested government policy without suggesting an alternative, whereas Manhigut Yehudit seeks to become the government and be the alternative.
Manhigut Yehudit as an initiative was first proposed by Feiglin and Karpel, coincidentally, on the night of Yitzchak Rabin's assassination in November 1995. Likud Chairman Benjamin Netanyahu's surprise defeat of Labor's Shimon Peres the following year on the heels of Zo Artzeinu's protests had, in Feiglin's mind, given the Oslo Accords the Israeli Right's sanction when Netanyahu shook Yasser Arafat's hand and continued the Oslo Process, giving the Israeli voter no real alternative to Oslo besides slight tactical differences toward its eventual fruition. It was at this realization that Feiglin decided to enter politics in order to formulate that alternative himself by running for the Prime Ministership directly.
Lacking the tools to do this and absent a political party with which to stake his run, he was approached by a founding member of the Likud party and participant in the Zo Artzeinu protests who proposed that Feiglin register for the Likud party and register, in turn, the thousands who participated in the protests, thereby building a support base for himself in the party and running for the party leadership, thereby attaining Prime Ministerial candidacy. At present, Feiglin has an estimated 12,000-15,000 loyalists in the party, making Manhigut Yehudit the largest consolidated faction in the Likud's approximately 100,000 strong party membership.
According to Feiglin's own words, Manhigut Yehudit was started to "return the country to the people and lead the State of Israel through authentic Jewish values". The movement believes Israelis deserve a chance to learn about their historical and spiritual past and that Jewish values should be taught in the nation's schools. The movement has challenged the hegemony of Israel's secular elite, demands free speech and open airwaves for all sectors of the Israeli public, and wants to break the monopoly the state has on radio and television broadcasts. Feiglin has demanded that Israeli schools stop teaching the Arab view of the history of Israel, such as describing the creation of the State of Israel as a disaster (nakba in Arabic). He also has spoken out against Israel's undemocratically chosen Supreme Court and called for its members to be selected by representatives of the people.
Feiglin says that the movement’s leadership will arise from "those who have a deep commitment to Torah values." Still, 30 percent of its present members are secular (2005). He opposes the surrender of what he regards as Jewish land, and has demanded the government take action against the estimated 50,000 illegal Arab structures built throughout the country. Feiglin has stated that Likud had "given up true Likud values and acquiesced in the Gaza evacuation."
Feiglin has been on public record supporting the transfer of Arab citizens of Israel who do not accept Jewish sovereignty over the state. This emigration would be encouraged with financial incentives.
Support of Rabbi Meir Kahane 
Some of Feiglin's critics have described him as a latter-day version of the controversial Rabbi Meir Kahane. In an interview with the U.S.-based Jewish Press, Feiglin said:
You can find places where we say the same things. You can also find places where we are different. I was in the army when Meir, Hashem yikom damo [may God avenge his blood], was [most] active, so I didn’t get to know him so well. But I can definitely say that the slogan “Kahane tzadak – Kahane was right” has proven itself many times.
Some supporters of Feiglin have called for him to distance himself from Kahane's legacy. In a reply to one such plea from a supporter, Feiglin's deputy and Manhigut's co-founder, Shmuel Sackett, wrote on the Manhigut website shortly after Feiglin's election to the Knesset, that Manhigut would never renounce Kahane, and extolled Kahane as "pure and saintly." The article declares that Manhigut will never "bow to political correctness," and that "MK Moshe Feiglin understands this concept very well." Sackett had close ties with Rabbis Meir and Binyamin Ze'ev Kahane, and there are several ideological similarities between Manhigut and Kahane, such as supporting "induced emigration" of all Arabs under Israel's jurisdiction, annexing the occupied territories, and developing a legal system more consistent with Halakha, and restricting Israeli citizenship to Jews. In 2005, Feiglin took this idea a step further and suggested that all Jews who wished to be citizens of Israel, regardless of where they lived, should be given full citizenship and voting rights. Feiglin and Sackett are distinguished most from traditional Kahanism through their commitment to nonviolent protest. Kahanism is often associated with militancy and a tacit acceptance of, if not outright support for, violence. Conversely, Feiglin and Sackett are also attacked in some right-wing Religious Zionist circles (including Kahane supporters) for selling out to the Likud.
Political positions 
Feiglin's politics are very different in a fundamental sense from most Israeli politicians currently serving in Israel's elected institutions, past or present. Whereas the stated goal of Israeli leaders since the founding of the State has been an end to the Jewish-Arab conflict with different means of attaining that goal considered between the country's respective right and left wing leaders, Feiglin has openly stated that, though he is not opposed to peace, peace is not his goal, and would not be on the top of his agenda as Prime Minister. Rather, Feiglin's focus is on reforming Israel as an essentially Jewish State by acting on several campaigns on the religious, social, legal, and security fronts.
Feiglin's views on Israel's Arab citizens 
About 20% of Israel's citizens are Israeli Arabs. Feiglin was asked about Israel's status as a "Jewish and democratic state" in a 2004 interview and stated: "Why should non-Jews have a say in the policy of a Jewish state?... For two thousand years, Jews dreamed of a Jewish state, not a democratic state. Democracy should serve the values of the state, not destroy them...."
In a 2003 posting on the Manhigut Yehudit website (Hebrew version) setting forth a 20-point political program of his most important policy changes, Feiglin proposed replacing the Knesset with a bi-cameral legislature, whose upper house, which would control all "national affairs", would be "composed exclusively of Jews." The article was entitled "Feiglin's First Hundred Days as Prime Minister." Point three in the program states that he will enact a new Basic Law which will set forth a detailed proposal for a constitution. The Law will replace the at-large election of the Knesset with regional representatives, and would also create a lower house to handle municipal issues, in which Israeli Arabs could be represented. The posting was taken down on Dec. 9, 2008, the day after Feiglin won 20th place in the Likud primaries. However, the posting had been archived by Israeli scholar Tomer Frisco prior to being removed and Frisco wrote a 2012 article analyzing Feiglin's program, referencing the 2003 posting.
In his 2005 book "War of Dreams", Feiglin wrote that his program was: "Israeli citizenship to Jews only [and] the immediate expulsion of any person of another people who claims any sort of sovereignty in the Land of Israel."
"We are busy fighting for Yesha, and refuse to recognize the more dangerous front against the fifth column inside Israel." "We established a state so that we could stop being different and start being normal. If only Jews can be Israelis, then we will never be normal. . . .The fundamental solution is leadership that is not looking for normalcy. The solution is leadership that emphasizes our Jewish identity. Paradoxically, it is only when the Arabs understand that the Israelis do not need them to help them to forget that they are Jews - will we be able to live here in peace with non-Jews who unequivocally accept the fact that Israel is a Jewish state."
It appears that the Israeli Arabs identify with our enemies. There are laws in this country that deal with treason and they should be applied when required. If Israeli Arabs are found helping our enemies, they should be stripped of their citizenship. In addition, if they are citizens, they should not be exempt from paying taxes; they should serve in the IDF, or at least in Sherut Le'umi, the National Service. . . . .If they are against us, we must make every effort to ensure that they leave. If they collaborate with our enemy, they must be removed.
Feiglin's 2013 campaign set forth his legislative agenda regarding Israeli Arabs: "Zero tolerance for Arab citizens' defiance.Enforcement of laws of treason. Enforcement of laws against robbery, rape and vandalism."
Feiglin has repeatedly made clear his view that only Jews deserve to be full citizens of Israel.
The momentum toward citizenship for all residents of Israel, regardless of their religion, is part of the Zionist ideology based on Western culture. If not checked, it will effectively transform Israel from a Jewish state to a state with some Jewish citizens.
The Arab sector is not loyal to the state and does not serve in the army.
Feiglin, responding to a report that Israel's first permanent Arab Supreme Court judge Salim Joubran had refused to sing Israel's national anthem, asserted Joubran: “must return his Israeli ID card and make do with the status of ‘permanent resident.’”
Religious front 
Feiglin is against religious coercion, and is even against the establishment of religious political parties. He has come out against religious legislation such as the Chametz Law, which forbids selling leavened products on the Passover Holiday, when eating or owning leavened food products is prohibited by Jewish law.
He is also a proponent of the civil marriage initiative in Israel which would allow any Israeli citizen to marry without the auspices of a religious cleric. At present, marriage in Israel is impossible outside the confines of a religious system; hence for tens of thousands of people with problematic religious status it is impossible ever to get married in the country. The present system also places the power of divorce in the hand of the Religious courts, who are answerable only to the Supreme Courts. The civil marriage initiative would make the religious nature of marriage entirely voluntary, effectively separating religion and state in this matter.
Temple Mount 
Feiglin's platform states:
“We have to internalize that this is our Land – exclusively.... Most important: We must expel the Moslem wakf from the Temple Mount and restore exclusive Israeli sovereignty over this most holy site.”
Feiglin in the Likud 
In December 2005, Feiglin ran for Likud chairman and won 12.5% of the votes. He came in third out of seven candidates, after Benjamin Netanyahu and Silvan Shalom. He attempted to run for a slot on the party's Knesset list, but encountered severe opposition from Netanyahu, who delayed party elections and advocated making changes to its charter to bar "anyone who has served three or more months in prison" from running as a Likud MK. This would have prevented Feiglin, who served a six-month sentence in the mid-90s for civil disobedience, from running for either an MK or leadership position in the future. Feiglin withdrew from the race on January 3, 2006, following the release of a statement from the Likud party election chairman declaring, in agreement with a prior decision by the Israeli High Court, that Feiglin's conviction was not for "dishonorable" violations of the law, allowing him to participate in future Likud affairs.
In the August 14, 2007 primaries, Feiglin nearly doubled his previous showing and received 23.4 percent of the votes to Netanyahu's 72.8 percent. Netanyahu, fearing a strong showing by Feiglin, tried to have him ousted from the party prior to the vote, and has said he will continue such efforts. On December 10, 2008 Feiglin was voted to the 20th place in Likud primaries. On December 11, following a petition submitted against him by Ophir Ekonis, he was demoted to the 36th spot.
In an article written in 2009, Feiglin stated: "Sad to say, Prime Minister Netanyahu is a pitiful puppet of Peres and his cohorts."
In the Likud primaries held in late 2012 to select candidates for the 2013 elections, Feiglin was the 13th highest vote getter on the Likud ticket.
Peace plan 
Feiglin has proposed a plan to end the conflict between Israel and the Palestinians. His plan would include annexing the Palestinian territories after using much of the internal military budget projected for the next 10 years to offer every Palestinian family in these areas $500,000 as an incentive to emigrate to other countries. Feiglin pointed to a poll by An-Najah University in Nablus, which showed that one in three Palestinian Arabs would emigrate to other countries even without a financial incentive, as supporting his plan. Feiglin also proposed that Israel actively encourage Israeli-Arabs to emigrate to the Arab world, and provide assistance to any Arab who chooses to do so.
Controversy and criticism 
Comments on Arabs 
Of Israeli Arabs, Feiglin said, "They will have to seek the right to self-determination in Arab states. Israel will encourage the Arabs to emigrate to their countries and assist any Arab who wishes to do so," Feiglin was quoted as saying. He insisted there is no such thing as a Palestinian people and that they and Israeli Arabs should relocate, citing a text he had posted on the website of his Manhigut Yehudit ("Jewish Leadership") movement. In a 2004 interview with Yedioth Ahronoth he spoke of "a voluntary transfer to the 22 neighbouring Arab states" of the some 1.4 million Israeli Arabs, who make up 20 percent of Israel's population. "Arabs don't live in the desert, they create it," he was quoted as saying.
Arabs are “a gang of bandits that never produced anything and never wanted to produce anything – a gang of bandits that for over one thousand years (since Islam was born) has lived on robbery and terror. . . . Since their establishment, the Arab states have produced nothing but poverty, suffering, wars – and fantastic wealth for their leaders.”
We shall offer them human rights without civil rights, so long as they prove their loyalty to their Jewish state host and accept Jewish sovereignty over their land. In such a situation they will be given legal-resident status and they can carry on their private affairs without anyone infringing on their human rights.
In a 2004 report by Jeffrey Goldberg in the New Yorker magazine, Feiglin was quoted as saying:
Why should non-Jews have a say in the policy of a Jewish state?... For two thousand years, Jews dreamed of a Jewish state, not a democratic state. Democracy should serve the values of the state, not destroy them... You can’t teach a monkey to speak and you can’t teach an Arab to be democratic. You’re dealing with a culture of thieves and robbers.The Arab destroys everything he touches.
On his website, Feiglin wrote:
We all know that most of the fires in Israel are caused by arson. Arson perpetrated by Arabs. Not by nut-jobs, not by criminals. Arson motivated by nationalism. Arson by Arab citizens of Israel. ... Wherever the Arab goes, he brings the desert with him. ... There is not and there never will be democracy in the Arab states - and their economies will never flourish. Israel produces more than all its neighbors combined. That is not because we are extremely industrious. It is because true economic vitality cannot exist in a culture of robbery. ... Arab culture is anti-productive. It has no good and bad, only strong and weak.
In a 2004 interview with the Haaretz daily, Feiglin lauded an extremist settler, Baruch Goldstein, over his killing of 29 Palestinian Muslims in a mosque in the Cave of the Patriarchs — a massacre Feiglin called "an act of resistance".
Controversy over Hitler comments 
In an article in Ha'aretz, Yossi Sarid quoted Feiglin, in the context of demonstrations against the democratically chosen Oslo accords, as saying, "Hitler was an unparalleled military genius. Nazism promoted Germany from a low to a fantastic physical and ideological status. The ragged, trashy youth body turned into a neat and orderly part of society and Germany received an exemplary regime, a proper justice system and public order. Hitler savored good music. He would paint. This was no bunch of thugs. They merely used thugs and homosexuals." Feiglin clarified his position to the Maariv newspaper that just because he considers Hitler a military genius this does not mean he admires him. In an interview on Israeli television Feiglin accused Sarid and other left-wing journalists of a smear campaign against him by quoting him out of context. He explained his point as saying that just because Germany was a democracy does not give legitimacy to what Hitler had done.
Banned from Britain 
Feiglin is banned from entering the United Kingdom due to a decision by Home Secretary Jacqui Smith, made public in March 2008, excluding Feiglin on the grounds that his presence in the country "would not be conducive to the public good." A letter to Feiglin from the Home Office said that Smith based her decision on an assessment that his activities "foment or justify terrorist violence in furtherance of particular beliefs; seek to provoke others to terrorist acts; foment other serious criminal activity or seek to provoke others to serious criminal acts and foster hatred which might lead to inter-community violence in the UK." Feiglin responded, "Seeing that renowned terrorists like Hizbullah member Ibrahim Mousawi are welcomed in your country in open arms, I understand that your policy is aimed at encouraging and supporting terror."
Resistance to Oslo Accords 
Feiglin was arrested for organizing mass acts of resistance and blocked highways across Israel during the period in which the Oslo accords were debated and implemented. Feiglin was charged with "break[ing] the barrier of obedience to the rule of law" and incitement to commit crimes. Regarding his organization of peaceful demonstrations and the blocking of intersections without a permit, Feiglin was quoted as stating, "We will do all that it's possible to do, including breaking the law." He was sentenced to six months in prison in 1997 for sedition, and the sentence was later performed via community service.
Reaction from Likud members 
Relations between Feiglin and his fellow Likud members have been mixed. Likud Knesset member Limor Livnat stated that Feiglin and his friends are "not real Likudniks" and that his faction "cannot be allowed to prevail." In an interview with the Jerusalem Post, Livnat explained that Feiglin and his faction must be prevented "from taking over, or the party and the state will be in danger," adding, that "this is not democracy, this is anarchy."
Despite criticism from fellow Likud members, Feiglin has displayed favorable relations with a significant number of former Likud Knesset members. This was manifest during a Feiglin rally at Jerusalem's Ramada Hotel that took place before the 2008 Likud primary after Feiglin promised to throw all his votes to them if they showed up. Former Likud Knesset members Gila Gamliel, David Mena, Daniel Benlulu and Ayoub Kara attended the event despite warnings from Netanyahu's advisers not to do so. Gila Gamliel, who did not vote against the Disengagement from Gaza, eventually took Feiglin's votes and placed 19th, one spot ahead of Feiglin. This ultimately resulted in Feiglin getting pushed down to the 36th spot and out of the Eighteenth Knesset.
Support for Jonathan Pollard 
Feiglin is a highly vocal supporter of Jonathan Pollard, a former American naval intelligence analyst who is currently serving a life sentence in the American Federal prison system for spying for Israel. Feiglin, who has called Pollard a hero, has written a number of articles in support of Pollard. In a recent article, Feiglin stated that "Pollard is a Jew who saved the Israelis from American treachery."
Criticism of U.S. Vice President Biden 
Anti-gay remarks 
Feiglin wrote an article in 2009 entitled "I Am A Proud Homophobe." In 2012, he wrote several posts on his Facebook page detailing his views on gays. “The gay pride parade isn't about rights. It's about forcing the values of the minority onto the majority, effectively locking the majority into the proverbial closet. Homosexual "rights" undermine the normative family, the foundation of our nation.”
""Throughout history," Feiglin explained, "from Rome to Europe in our day, the approval and spread of homosexuality presaged the decline of nations and cultures. If one reads the Torah portion 'Noah' – this comes as no surprise. . . .The organizers of a pride parade do not wish to gain rights. They strive to force homosexuality as a culture upon the public sphere. . . . A minority has no right to take over public assets. Let the marchers kindly go back to their individual closets. And let them do it without whining, because no one interferes with their affairs in there. Let them give up their attempts at takeovers, and leave the public sphere to normal people. . . .Feiglin added in an additional post: "I have no problem with homosexuals, most of whom are, most likely, good and talented people and no one wants to interfere in their private lives. I have a problem with homosexuality as a culture. This culture subverts the status of the family. And without the family there is no nation, and without a nation there is no civilization."
Feiglin refused to meet with a gay faction within the Likud and was quoting as stating: "[A]s individuals I can’t tell them how to lead their lives and I can cooperate with them on different subjects, but as a group that tries to promote an ideology of their sexual orientation, I don’t think they have legitimacy, especially not in the Likud.” On Feb. 7, 2013, Feiglin met with an Israeli gay advocacy group in Tel Aviv and said he was no longer a homophobe. News accounts of the meeting reported Feiglin's views: " 'I am in favor of you having all your human rights, but I am not prepared by the way to invalidate the special value of the classic family,' he said and made it clear that he still opposed gay marriage and same-sex parenting. 'Every child in the world has a right to a mother and father. It has nothing to do with religion but with my basic perception of the good of the child,' he said."
Remarks on the role of women 
During his 2013 campaign, Feiglin reiterated his view that women's role in Israeli society should be based on Jewish Biblical principles. In response to a question about feminism, Feiglin was quoted as saying: “ 'Tel Aviv has become a city that has erased masculinity and where being a man is considered a sickness' and added that feminism has destroyed family values, something essential to Judaism. . . . Pressed further, he stated that 'the man is the family while the woman is the home [literally "house"]' and that in our current culture we are forgetting 'what it means to be a man.' ”
When the Jerusalem city government voted to permit sex-segregated public buses, Feiglin supported the action: "I see discrimination against women as despicable. But it is unreasonable to force an ultra-Orthodox bus company to institute mixed seating on its buses against the wishes of its customers." Feiglin also opposes the Israeli army's decision to allow women into combat units.
Instead of saying that we no longer need families, our lexicon now includes single parent families or same gender marriage. These newly introduced concepts are not contrived for the good of those parents raising their children without the support of a spouse (who should be benefiting from aid when needed). Instead, they revise the way we think of the traditional family -- compromising its pre-eminence and relegating it to "just another option" status.
Views on Christians and Christianity 
Feiglin has criticized Christian supporters of Israel, such as Glenn Beck, and challenged the sincerity of Christians who have defended Israel, as well as Israeli Jews who supported Beck. "Jews like it when goyim finally smile at them, but sometimes a smile is more dangerous than a scowl, and this is one of those occasions," Feiglin said.
The Christian conquest is much more dangerous than the Muslim conquest because it is not direct. It is not violent. Embracing and supportive, it connects with Israel against the Muslim enemy. It supports a Jewish Land of Israel in its entirety - even speaking up for the sanctity of the connection between the Nation of Israel, the Land of Israel and the Torah of Israel. It just forgets to specify which Nation of Israel and which Torah. The Christians are careful to hide their true intentions. They will not usually display the crucifix and will not mention the name of their deity in conversation with Jews. They simply "love" us - "no strings attached." But their goal is clear: to immigrate to Israel by the millions, to become citizens, and to convert us all, God forbid.
Feiglin has criticized Christianity generally. “Two deviant daughters came forth from Judaism but left the fold to conquer the world: Christianity and Islam. Both hate their mother, and both fight each other.” "[C]ynical Christian morality [has] replaced the evil of colonialism with a new – and much worse – evil."
- Feiglin, Moshe. "The Feiglin Platform (Nov. 30, 2012)". Manhigut Yehudit. Retrieved 18 February 2013.
- "Jan. 11, 2013 article in Makor Rishon". Retrieved 25 January 2013.
- Feiglin, Moshe. "Feiglin Progarm". Manigut Yehudit. Retrieved 18 February 2013.
- Tarnopolsky, Noga. "Israel's Tea Party". Global Post. Retrieved 18 April 2013. "If Arabs want the right to vote for a national parliament," he said, "they should go and demand that from Arab states. Who says a non-Jew should vote for the Knesset of Israel?"
- Feiglin, Moshe (2005). "The Jewish State – Democracy and regime". מלחמת ("The War of Dreams: From the State of the Jews to the Jewish State") (in Hebrew, English). Jerusalem: The Jewish Leadership Library. pp. 436, 264. ISBN 9659118805. "“Israeli citizenship to Jews only […] the immediate expulsion of any person of another people who claims any sort of sovereignty in the Land of Israel”, "They [the Israeli Arabs] will never, never be fully equal citizens, in the national sense of the word.”"
- Inbari, Moti (2012). Messianic Religious Zionism Confronts Israeli Territorial Compromises (in English). Cambridge University Press. p. 97, quoting "Lechatchila 50" (1999) (Hebrew), Manhigut's bi-monthly magazine ("We codified our vision in the “Lehat’hila” journal long before we joined the Likud" .” https://www.facebook.com/notes/manhigut-yehudit-moshe-feiglin/theyre-not-laughing-anymore-an-interview-with-moshe-feiglin/10150623897959789. January 24, 2012). "“The State of Israel, as a Jewish state, will aspire to have all its citizens be only Jewish.”"
- Goldberg, Jeffrey (2004). "Among the Settlers". The New Yorker. Retrieved 18 April 2013. "“Why should non-Jews have a say in the policy of a Jewish state?”"
- "Anti-Arab hopeful irks Israel's Netanyahu". Agence France Press. Retrieved 18 April 2013. "In a 2004 interview with Yediot he spoke of "a voluntary transfer to the 22 neighbouring Arab states" of the some 1.4 million Israeli Arabs, who make up 20 percent of Israel's population."
- Freedman, Seth (8 August 2007). "Feiglin's utopia". The Guardian. Retrieved 18 April 2013. "In Feiglin's utopia, the Arab population would only be allowed to vote in municipal elections, and would only be consulted in civic affairs, "such as sewage". National security, and all the other concerns of parliament, would be the exclusive preserve of Jews - but not just Israeli Jews. Proposing a two-house system modelled on the United States, he said that the upper house "would be elected by both Israeli Jews and Jews from all round the world, since Israel belongs to every Jew on this Earth, all of whom should have a say in how it operates.""
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- Anti-Arab hopeful irks Israel's Netanyahu, AFP December 11, 2008
- The far-right rises in Israeli politics Christian Science Monitor, 10 December 2008
- Feiglin, Moshe.מלחמת החלומות, Manhigut Yehudit: 2005, pp. 378-382.
- Likud Leans Farther To Right IsraCast, 9 December 2008
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- New Yorker article Among the Settlers Will they destroy Israel? by Jeffrey Goldberg
- "Jews Worldwide Should Be Granted Israeli Citizenship"
- Ha'aretz 10 December 2008 Yossi Sarid / Feiglin, his cronies are fascists by any definition by Yossi Sarid
- ME Times Fears of Fascism as Israeli Extremists Prepare to Take Elections by Mel Frykberg
- al-Ahram Heil, Feiglin! by Khaled Amayreh
- "They call me a fascist, but simultaneously attack me for supporting conscientious objection. Fascism is the belief that the state is above all else. But I claim that G-d or one's conscience is above the state. How can the Left attack me for both fascism and for supporting conscientious objection at one and the same time?" 
- "The law is nothing more than a tool in the service of justice. When the tool becomes the goal, it turns into fascism, a dangerous version of idolatry. In no time, it is adopted by base forces and destruction will necessarily follow." 
- "Nationalism without faith in God does not last here. Either it deteriorates into something reminiscent of fascism or it swings to the other extreme and sheds all its achievements, Sharon-style." 
- "Whoever thinks that the state is the supreme value edges uncomfortably close to fascism." 
- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W6fUdpbejmM, time index 2:10
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- Feiglin, Moshe (2005). [English translation: http://972mag.com/a-truly-jewish-democracy-on-the-ideology-of-likuds-moshe-feiglin/62170 "The Jewish State – Democracy and regime"]. מלחמת ("The War of Dreams") (Hebrew only) (in Hebrew). Jerusalem, Israel: Milkhemet Ha’Khalomot. p. 436. Retrieved 1 April 2013.
- Feiglin, Moshe. "Israel's Establishment Needs the Arabs". Manhigut Yehudit. Retrieved 1 April 2013.
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- Haaretz Daily
- Jerusalem Post, August 16, 2007
- "Likud primary results for February 10th national elections". Haaretz. 2008-12-09. Retrieved 2008-12-09.
- Meranda, Amnon (2008-12-11). "Feiglin dropped to 36th spot on roster". Ynetnews. Retrieved 2008-12-11.
- Feiglin, Moshe. "How to Save Israel from the Impending Danger". Manhigut Yehudit. Retrieved 18 February 2013.
- "Likud MKs fear Feiglin will drive centrist voters away". Haaretz. February 2, 2012. Retrieved February 3, 2012.
- Lis, Jonathan. "In the Likud primaries held inn 2012 to select candidates for the 2013 elections, Feiglin was the 13th highest vote getter on the Likud ticket.". Ha'aretz. Retrieved 19 February 2013.
- "Pay Gazans to leave, right-wing leader says", in the Canadian Jewish News, 3 April 2008. By Sheri Shefa Note that the article mistranslates "Yesha", an acronym for Judea, Samaria and Gaza, as merely Gaza. Feiglin's proposal was for all three of these regions.
- Likud hardliner suggests paying Palestinian families to emigrate from West Bank Times of Israel, January 2, 2013
- "Palestinian emigration soars". Television New Zealand. Reuters. 22 November 2006. Retrieved 26 October 2011.
- The secret Exodus -- Palestinian Emigration
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- "I Samuel 15". "Now go, attack the Amalekites and totally destroy everything that belongs to them. Do not spare them; put to death men and women, children and infants, cattle and sheep, camels and donkeys."
- Elliott S. Horowitz (2006) Reckless Rites: Purim and the Legacy of Jewish Violence Princeton University Press, ISBN 0-691-12491-4 p 1 Jeffrey Goldberg reported in the New Yorker about a series of disturbIing interviews he had recently conducted with Jewish settlers in the West Bank and Gaza.
- Ha'aretz Feiglin's missing manifesto: Israel should quit UN, cut off water to Palestinians By Yair Ettinger
- Feiglin, Moshe. "Who Set the Fire and Why?". Manhigut Yehudit. Retrieved 19 February 2013.
- "Moshé Feiglin, symbole de la droitisation du Likoud". Le Monde. 09.12.2008. Retrieved 5 Mars, 2013. "Dans les entretiens qu'il accorde, notamment au Haaretz, le 11 juin 2004, il célèbre ainsi "l'acte de résistance" qu'a constitué, selon lui, l'assassinat par l'extrémiste juif Baroukh Goldstein, en 1994, de 23 musulmans en prière dans la mosquée installée au caveau des Patriarches, à Hébron, un lieu saint revendiqué à la fois par les juifs et les musulmans."
- Moshe Feiglin's response to the accusation that he admires Hitler (Hebrew)
- Jerusalem Post, March 9, 2008
- Home Secretary's Letter
- Ha'aretz Britain bans Likud's Moshe Feiglin from entering country By Nadav Shragai
- Feiglin banned from entering UK - ynetnews March 10, 2008
- Assassin Hints a Bodyguard Helped Him Kill Rabin
- Israeli Police Put Down Rightist Protest Against Pact with PLO
- Livnat: Criminals are trying to take over Likud
- 158 Likud candidates to run for Knesset
- Gedolim in Israel and the US Ask President Bush to Free Pollard before Pesach: And, after 22 Years, They Think He’ll Do It
- Hug for a Betrayed Brother
- Feiglin, Moshe. "Lessons of the Holocaust Still Relevant in 2010" (in Hebrew). Maariv Online Edition. Archived from the original on 11 April 2010. Retrieved 8 March 2013. "When the state’s leadership lets Biden or Erdogan or any other diseased leper [also translated as "filthy vermin"] humiliate us, it sows the hope and uncontrollable desire of destroying us."
- Elis, Niv. "Feiglin tells 'Post': I am not a homophobe". Jerusalem Post. Retrieved 18 February 2013.
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- Hoffman, Gill. "Feiglin Backtracks from meeting with gay group". The Jerusalem Post. Retrieved 8 March 2013.
- Lior, Ilan. "Far-right Likud MK declares he is no longer a homophobe". Ha'aretz. Retrieved 18 February 2013.
- Fisher, Gabriel. "Moshe Feiglin Is Now Mainstream". The Daily Beast. Retrieved 8 March 2013.
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- Feiglin, Moshe. Manhigut Yehudit http://www.jewishisrael.org/eng_contents/society/society.html. Retrieved 18 April 2013. Missing or empty
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- Feiglin, Moshe (August 20, 2008). "No Strings Attached". Jewish Press. Retrieved 18 April 2013.
- Feiglin, Moshe. "America Already Lost". Manhigut Yehudit. Retrieved 18 April 2013.
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- Moshe Feiglin on the Knesset website
- Manhigut Yehudit Website
- Manhigut Yehudit Website in Hebrew
- Moshe Feiglin Website
- A monthly journal published by Manhigut Yehudit
- Moshe Feiglin & Manhigut Yehudit on Facebook
- FrontPage Magazine article about Feiglin's ban from the UK by Dan Rabkin
- Moshe Feiglin interview with FrontPage Magazine by Dan Rabkin