Moshe Feiglin began his political career as a concerned citizen turned protest leader back in the 1990s. He led the Jewish people in protesting against the dangerous Oslo Accords that whitewashed one of the worst modern terrorists of all time, Yassar Arafat, and had Israel give him and his fellow terrorists guns. Moshe was later sentenced by the court for no less than “sedition” because of his activity in protesting the Oslo Accords. Years later Moshe became an MK in the Likud party and served in the Knesset.
Despite the divisive and dangerous rhetoric from today’s anti-Netanyahu protest leaders, Moshe is extremely optimistic.
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