French Aliyah is at a crawl
A sharp drop was registered in immigration from France in the last months. Dr. Dov Maimon explains the reasons for this.
No to Coercion and Violence. Yes to Dialogue.
The discussion around legal reform may go beyond the limits of legitimate discourse. There is a fear that it will spiral the State of Israel into a civil war, heaven forbid. The Jewish People Policy Institute calls on leaders from both sides to sit down and talk.
As Judicial Plans Rock Israel, Secret Talks Seek Compromise
Benjamin Netanyahu’s plans to restrict judicial independence have divided Israel. But a small group of academics has met privately with lawmakers in a search for middle ground.
Dramatic Spike in #civilwar chatter on Israeli social media
A dramatic rise of 9,000% in recent days brings JPPI to call out politicians and leaders responsible for inciting cannibalistic rhetoric in an already fractured Israeli society
Israel – Two Perspectives and the Zionism of the 21st Century
Last month, the Vice President of the Jewish People Policy Institute, Dr. Shuki Friedman, appeared at the Z-3 conference at the JCC in Palo Alto and spoke about the meaning of Zionism in the 21st century.
Jerusalem Post editorial in support of JPPI’s campaign
An editorial published by the Jerusalem Post on Tuesday this week did not remain indifferent to the campaign led by the Jewish People Policy Institute calling for compromise.
The Jewish people are a people that live apart – excerpt
The following is an extract from the introduction of the new book of Dr. Shuki Friedman, vice-president of the Jewish People Policy Institute, “Being a Nation-State in the Twenty-First Century,” published by Academic Studies Press.