It was almost a lynching.

Our battle, ... is to try to stop it all.

I can't comprehend it, it's something beyond imagination.

I'm pushing the rabbis and leaders to define things more clearly - what are the borders of passive resistance. Until now, no one's done it very clearly.

So he should look at himself in the mirror and ask himself why and how he did it. He has to be questioned, not us.

The religious public has a commitment that is above us.

In every community, there are people who want to leave for all kinds of reasons -- especially if they are going to receive money.

Was elected on a totally, totally different agenda.

On this square meter that I am standing on, Jews will not be able to step in the future.