JPPI launched a key project this year on the topic of religion and state in Israel. The aim of the project is to define and propose an improved model with boundary lines for managing the religion-state interface as it relates to a number of critical issues, while considering the connections and potential trade-offs between them.
The project is headed by former Chief Justice Miriam Naor, and Brigadier General (res.) Michael Herzog, a JPPI senior fellow, with the participation of JPPI senior fellows Dr. Inbal Hakman and Dr. Shlomo Fischer. This paper offers a brief introduction to the project, which is in its early stages.