The family of Rabbi Meir Kahane is issuing a book of his speeches in the Knesset to mark the 22nd anniversary of his murder, which falls on Shabbat. Interviewed by Arutz Sheva's Hebrew service, the rabbi's daughter-in-law, Nitza Kahane, said that although 30 years have passed, some of the speeches are very relevant, as they relate to security, Jewish rights to the land and modern-day Hellenizers, among other subjects. She added, speaking as a Likud activist, that many of his ideas have been implemented.
Nitza believes her father-in-law would not have been able to stop the Oslo process if he were still alive. She said Heaven spared him from seeing it come to pass although he foresaw what would happen.