The 2022 Annual Assessment
The Situation and Dynamics of the Jewish People Project Head: Shmuel Rosner Contributors: Gabriel Abensour, Nadia Beider, Dan Feferman, Shlomo Fischer, Shuki Friedman, Avi Gil, Noa Israeli, Dov Maimon, Steven Popper, John Ruskay, Adar Schieber, Noah Slepkov, Yedidia Stern, Shalom Salomon Wald, Haim Zicherman Editor: Barry Geltman
New Subjects in the Field
Gaps between Israel and the Diaspora are expected to grow
The deepening anti-liberal spirit is not going to disappear anytime soon and Diaspora Jews can no longer rely on Israel as a symbol that unites them
Foreign Minister Eli Cohen – Set Up a Meeting with the CEO of J Street Israel
There’s nothing like the post of foreign minister to make one truly grasp the catchphrase, “what you see from here you don’t see from there.”
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.
Israel’s Knesset must leave the Law of Return alone – opinion
Excising the Grandchild Clause would signal to hundreds of thousands of Israelis, who are not recognized as Jews, that the Knesset regards them as second-class citizens.
Israelis need to change their relationship to Diaspora Jewry
Israelis must change their relationship to Diaspora Jews — from the conceptual, ideological and symbolic to the concrete and actual.
Minister Nachman Shai: It is time for a new paradigm in Israeli-Diaspora
It is time we change the paradigm between Israeli-Diaspora relations. This week in Basel we celebrated the 125th anniversary since the first Zionist Congress, led by Theodor Herzl.
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.”
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.