Articles

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.
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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.
Jewish Communities Worldwide

Germany will provide $1.4 billion to Holocaust survivors globally in 2024

Stuart Eizenstat, JPPI’s Co-Chair and the lead reparations negotiator since 2009: “I am inspired that the German government and its people continue to feel a deep responsibility to provide additional care to Holocaust survivors."
Jewish Communities Worldwide
Jewish Communities Worldwide

21 countries agree to updated guidelines on Nazi-looted art

Stuart Eizenstat, JPPI’s Co-Chair: “The Best Practices were drafted with the awareness that there are differing legal systems and that states act within the context of their own laws.”
Jewish Communities Worldwide
Swords of Iron

Are US Jews supporting Israel against Hamas? Poll aims to find out

The Jewish People Policy Institute analysis of the sentiment of some 600 Jews shows that most are following the events of the war closely, feel immense anger and anxiety for Israel’s safety and security, and believe that Israel is waging a more “moral” war than other countries.
Swords of Iron
Democracy

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.
Democracy
Swords of Iron

Attitudes of US Jews in the Third Week of “Iron Swords”: The JPPI and WZO poll

A significant increase in the feeling among Jews that the war negatively impacts their
Swords of Iron
Geopolitics

Dr. Shuki Friedman: ‘Sanctions are because of internal American politics’

Dr. Shuki Friedman, vice-president of the Jewish People Policy Institute talked with Arutz Sheva about the sanctions imposed by the USA against Israelis.
Geopolitics
Israel-Diaspora Relations

Debating Religion and State and “Distancing”

The debate concerning the erosion of the feeling of closeness of young Jewish Americans toward Israel has been going on for several years, and it appears that it will keep researchers busy in the foreseeable as well. One of the main reasons for this gap, according to JPPI fellow Shmuel Rosner, lies in the question of the relationship between religion and state in Israel. This article, in slightly different form, is part of JPPI’s 2010 Annual Assessment, to be published soon.
Israel-Diaspora Relations
Democracy

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
Democracy