Israel-Diaspora Relations

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.

New Subjects in the Field

Opinion Articles

Trust Me, You’d Rather Live in a Pro-Israel America

Last week, the preening populist Tucker Carlson sneered that Ben Shapiro and other pro-Israel Americans don’t “care” about America “at all” and are too “focused on a conflict in a foreign country as their own country becomes dangerously unstable.”
Opinion Articles
Opinion Articles

Non-Jews should lead the fight against Jew hatred

US leaders have consistently condemned Jew-hating incidents. every decent American should join them
Opinion Articles
Opinion Articles

Thank you, American Jewish community

One of the crises roiling Israel in recent years is the chasm that has gradually opened up between it and American Jewry – the world’s largest Diaspora community.
Opinion Articles
מאמרים

How to Avoid a War over the Law of Return

Allowing the grandchildren of Jews to come to Israel is problematic, but preventing them is even more problematic. The solution: opening the gates of conversion.
מאמרים
Opinion Articles

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
Opinion Articles
JPPI's Jewish World Dialogue

The State of Israel, the Diaspora, and the Nation-State Law

By: Dr. Shlomo Fischer, Dr. John Ruskay
JPPI's Jewish World Dialogue
Opinion Articles

Israel’s Elections Reawaken U.S. Jews’ Trauma

While many Israelis dismissed ‘government for change’ as nothing more than a marketing stunt, most U.S. Jews welcomed what they considered a major change.
Opinion Articles
Opinion Articles

Is Evangelical Support for Israel Really Unequivocal?

Evangelical Christian Zionism and support for Israel is a multi-layered phenomenon that cannot be taken for granted.
Opinion Articles

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).