Jewish Communities Worldwide

February 2024 – The majority of US Jews believe Biden would be better for US-Israel relations

JPPI’s Voice of the Jewish People Index – February 2024: Most survey respondents believe that Israel is conducting the war to the right degree of aggressivity or is less than “aggressive” enough.
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The American Jewish heart beats in time with Israel’s

Over the past few years, a chasm has gradually opened up between Israel and American Jewry, the world’s largest Diaspora community.
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JPPI Webinar: The Ongoing Unrest in France

Violence in France is not deemed antisemitic, but concerns about a potential right-wing backlash arise.
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What does the far-right’s success in Germany imply for European Jews?

In Europe, Jews often serve as the canary in the coal mine, the first to recognize threats that affect all German citizens.
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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."
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Amb. Dennis Ross: “The Jewish community in the United States is a strategic asset not to be trifled with”

The relationship between President Biden and the new government is not likely to result in a major crisis in the U.S.-Israel relationship because Biden has a warm spot in his heart for Israel
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Germany Offers a Special Fund of 12 Million Euros for Ukrainian Holocaust Survivors

Ambassador ( Ret.) Stuart E. Eizenstat: “This is the first time in recorded history that a defeated nation in a war has voluntarily paid compensation to individual civilian victims.”
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Annual assessment for 2022 – main recommendations

The Jewish People Policy Institute (JPPI) Releases 2022 Annual Assessment of the Situation and Dynamics of the Jewish People, Indicators of Jewish Safety and Well-being in Decline.
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Despite the Gloomy Headlines, American Jewry has Grown in Size

American Jewry has grown in size, is largely connected to Israel, and the young generation can be engaged; is more diverse and divided than in the past Highlights from Prof. Leonard Saxe’s lecture at JPPI (edited by Dan Feferman).
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Is the Future of European Jewry in Danger?

Is the continent where most of world Jewry has roots – and where such concepts as liberalism, human rights, nationalism, and even Zionism were born – crumbling beneath us?
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