Henry Greener interviews Moshe Feiglin

October 20, 2015 by Henry Greener-The Shtick
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Moshe Feiglin’s mild-mannered low-key style is not indicative of the hawkish image that so many opponents of his opinions portray. A video interview from The Shtick’s Henry Greener.

Feiglin is a controversial politician of high impact, starting his own Party in Israel, called Zehut International, wanting to create a new “Identity” for the many disillusioned citizens who may be dissatisfied with the current regime.

His visit to Australia has created some controversy with official communal bodies sending out string messages that some of his views are not welcome.




6 Responses to “Henry Greener interviews Moshe Feiglin”
  1. Rabbi Chaim Ingram says:

    Henry Greener is far to kind to our roof bodies and others. The message that came out was not “some of his views are not welcome, rather that “he is not welcome”.

  2. Michael Barnett says:

    Disappointing that despite the significant coverage in the media surrounding Feiglin’s visit, his views on rights for LGBTIQ people were not explored. His claim that “he has his values” is suggestive of a morality that aligns with orthodoxy and thus would put him outside those who believe in equality under the law for all citizens.

  3. Robert Weil says:

    Thank you J-Wire for posting this. I hope the NIF, Henry Herzog, Aleph, Jennifer Huppert et al, and all the other Knee-jerk alarmists took the time to watch it and see how unfounded their hysterical rantings were.

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