While I disagree with Mr. Levy's overall portrayal of Moshe Feiglin in "extremist" terms, I welcome his expose of the true danger that exists today in the Likud Party, in the form of Netanyahu and those of his ilk who are trying to disenfranchise the thousands of dues-paying Likud members who support Feiglin and his true Jewish ideology. For the time being, I am sitting tight and waiting for the Likud Central Committee's decision on the party's Knesset list. While I voted for Herut three years ago, it does not appear likely in my estimation that Baruch Marzel's new party, Hazit, has a very realistic chance of getting elected this time either, especially since the minimum electoral threshold has been raised to 2% of the overall vote. If Feiglin receives a slot in the Knesset list that will give him a reasonably good chance of being elected to the Knesset, i.e., among the top fifteen, I am prepared to give very serious consideration to voting Likud in the upcoming elections. Bibi would be well advised to stop his nonsense and realize that Feiglin's Knesset candidacy can easily do more good than harm to the Likud's electoral aspirations. Hatzlacha rabba to future Likud MK Moshe Feiglin -- a true soldier in the battle for the Greater Land of Israel.
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