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Neoconservatism (Yisrael)

Yitzchok Katz (left) and Noah Feldman (right), leading Yisraeli neoconservative leaders.

Neoconservatism refers to a right-wing political movement in Yisrael that emerged in the 1990s and early 2000s but became publicly visible later in the 2010s under the presidency of Conservative Noah Feldman (2012-2020) that brought together the political and religious right into a durable political coalition in Yisraeli politics. It is considered the successor of the New Right movement among the Dati Leumi in the 1970s and 1980s in reaction to the Yarden Accords.

Post-Yarden Chareidi world

Chareidi politics in the 1970s and 1980s

Emergence of the Chardalim

Dati Leumi shift right

Yarden revisionism

Increase in religious punctiliousness

Constitutional Liberals move towards the center (1990s and 2000s)

New Chareidi clique

2005 influx of Milostian Chassidish Jews

2009 New Chareidi coup


2012 presidential election

Feldman alliance with Chareidim

Late 2010s tensions

2020 presidential election

Yitzchok Katz as Right Bloc leader


Under Yitzchok Katz

See also