Moshe Feiglin is Chairman of the Zehut/Identity Party in Israel
He is the former Deputy Speaker of the Israeli Knesset. As a Knesset Member, his parliamentary roles included: Chair of the Liberal Lobby, Chair, Lobby for a Professional Military, Lobby for the Strengthening of the Family Unit and Community and Chair, Lobby for Raising Awareness of Parkinson’s Disease. He served on the classified Foreign Affairs & Defense Committee among others.
Mr. Feiglin advocates predicating Israeli policy on three principles: Liberty, Jewish Identity and restoring Meaning into Israeli life.
In 1993, Moshe Feiglin co-founded Zo Artzeinu (“This [is] our Land/Country”) a national, non violent civil disobedience movement, to protest the Oslo Accords. .
Mr. Feiglin has been at the forefront of the struggle for the Temple Mount, human rights, family and much more. He is determined to provide Israel with the authentic Jewish leadership that it so desperately needs. His goal is to be prime minister of Israel and to lead the nation to its Jewish destiny with authentic Jewish values.
He is the author of the books Where there are no Men and War of Dreams and appears frequently on international TV & radio
Mr. Feiglin, 55, & his wife Tzippy have five children & 8 grandchildren
They live in the community of Karnei Shomron
He is an avid mountain biker, riding early mornings in the Samarian hills at sunrise.
Field / Profession: Government & Politics
Speaking Topics: Torah, Israel, Politics, Community, Eretz Yisrael, Campus/Students
Sample Topics - Israel Related:
Is Israel really a Jewish State?
The real purpose of the Oslo Accords
Gush Katif- War of Dreams
Liberty in the Jewish State
Religion & State in israel
Is there a future for Jewish Communities outside of Israel
Why my grandparents came on Aliyah long before 1948
Jewish & Democratic?
Personal website: https://www.zehutinternational.com
Languages: English, HebrewMizrachi discount available for this speaker!
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