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Moshe Feiglin

Where There are No Men: Zo Artzeinu's Struggle Against Post-Zionism Collapse

From Zo Artzeinu's website:

'Zo Artzeinu!' (This is our land!) was the name chosen by an unknown grassroots movement which broke like a storm upon the Israeli scene in the summer of 1995. Two young men, Moshe Feiglin and Shmuel Sackett, hitherto unknown to the public, and without any backing or budget, succeeded within a few weeks in bringing about the participation of masses of protesters throughout the country in a non-violent campaign of civil disobedience. The young Israeli democracy had never before witnessed such a phenomenon. No less than 100,000 non-violent demonstrators - about 3% of the adult Jewish population of Israel -- squatted at 80 central intersections throughout the land, effectively blocking all domestic traffic. · What was the secret of their success?

· How did the movement come into being and how did it function?
· Was this conflict between Left and Right a typical, recurring clash - or was this much more meaningful phenomenon?
· How did Israeli democracy cope with these developments?

In this absorbing book, Moshe Feiglin, founder of the movement, breathtakingly recounts the remarkable story of 'Zo Artzenu'. While so doing, he brilliantly presents his personal outlook regarding the Israeli experience. This impressive story leaves the reader with the unavoidable question: When will these basic principles once again find expression and lead the Jewish nation towards its destiny?

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