PHOTOS: Zehut’s Election Campaign Is Already Visible On Roadways

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On a large billboard on the Ayalon Highway, the new election campaign of the Zehut party was seen on Wednesday morning under the heading “Zehut (Identity) – for your freedom.”

In a unique and first campaign of its kind, the party campaign will describe the main ideas of Zehut on the signs. At the same time, a massive campaign will be launched on social networks and on the Internet.

“In the face of the expected, boring campaigns of the other parties, which do not say or renew anything to the public, a Zehut campaign presents a structured and coherent worldview on a variety of issues on the agenda of the Israeli citizen,” says Moshe Feiglin, chairman of the party.

One of the slogans that will mark the top of this campaign will be: “Stop the Occupation.”

“We have become a ridiculous force that does policing in occupied land.”

The slogan expresses one of the central ideas in the platform of the party calling for an end to the occupation in Yehuda and Shomron and full Israeli sovereignty.

(YWN Israel Desk – Jerusalem)




4 COMMENTS

  1. Although I truly wish him well, that old saw about the definition of insanity comes to mind: doing the same thing over and over again, and expecting different results.

  2. Do you not agree with “sheva yipol tzaddik?”

    Feiglin has actually never run for knesset without his wings being clipped by the Likud.

  3. Zehut thinks and acts very much out-of-the-box, with a focus on personal freedom, minimal government, and Jewish national identity.

    “End the Occupation” requires some explanation. A political “occupation” refers to a country maintaining military control over land that is not part of that country. Yesha (Yehuda/Shomron/Azza) is part of Eretz Yisroel, but not part of *Medinat* Yisrael. We never annexed it. We never claimed it as our own. We just keep it in a Limbo state, refraining from officially declaring that it is ours, while maintaining loose control over it.

    The extreme left coined a catchphrase, “End the Occupation”, by which they mean “rip Jews out of their homes and hand our heartland over to the Arabs”. Zehut co-opted that catchphrase, using it to mean “change the status of the land from mere ‘occupied territories’ to a full-fledged part of our country.”

  4. @american_yerushalmi Funny you should say that, this is his first time with his own party, give him a chance. Aderaba voting for any other party all with out chiddushim, is real insanity. You’re gonna get the same thing all over again.