A New U.S. Strategy for the Aftermath of the Gaza War

IPF Statement on Ceasefire

Rebuilding Gaza and salvaging Mideast peace

IPF Condemns Hamas' Breach of Ceasefire

Amidst Gaza Conflict, IPF Expresses Support and Condolences

IPF Concerned By Escalation of Rocket Attacks

IPF Commends Arrest of Six Suspects, Calls for Respect and Restraint

Engaging Israel and key Arab states for peace

Avoiding a tragedy of historic proportions

Maj. Gen. (ret.) Amos Yadlin on Negotiations at Crossroads

IPF will deeply miss Ambassador Samuel W. Lewis

IPF Applauds Netanyahu's Support for Regional Peace

A Conversation on Israel's Future with Isaac 'Bougie' Herzog

150+ US Jewish leaders express support for continuing talks

Secretary of State Kerry Deserves Respect and Gratitude

IPF statement on Iran interim accord and proposed legislation

Israel Policy Forum is a non-profit, non-partisan organization that provides resources and advocacy for a strong, Jewish and democratic state at peace with its neighbors.  IPF convenes forums and publishes commentary and analysis that promote pragmatic strategies for achieving regional peace and security. IPF mobilizes policy experts and community leaders to build support for those ideas in the U.S. and Israel.

 

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Oct 31, 2014

This week in Israel tensions continued to be strained between Israeli and American officials. On Monday, as the Knesset’s winter session was initiated, the Prime Minister’s Office announced its decision to build 1,060 housing units in Jerusalem, beyond the Green Line. On Tuesday, The Atlantic published an article by Columnist Jeffrey Goldberg, in which he quotes an anonymous senior Obama Administration official who refers to Prime Minister Netanyahu with personally disparaging remarks. On Wednesday night, there was an assassination attempt in Jerusalem on prominent right-wing activist, Yehuda Glick. As a result, Israel decided to close the Temple Mount, sparking outrage from the Israeli-right and the Palestinians. On Thursday, Sweden officially announced that it would recognize the State of Palestine. In the midst of these conflicts, debate and disagreement continue in the Knesset over the allocation of new funds for settlements.

Oct 23, 2014

This week began with discussions over the recent tensions between Israel with both the U.S. and the E.U. On Wednesday, a Palestinian terrorist drove his car into a Jerusalem light rail station, killing a three-month-old baby and injuring eight others. Tensions remain high in Jerusalem.  


Oct 22, 2014

Join IPF and Prof. Asher Susser for a conference call discussion about "Post Operation Protective Edge: Has the Regional Environment Changed?"

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On Thursday, October 23 at 11 AM ET, IPF hosted a call with Professor Asher Susser,Senior Researcher at The Moshe Dayan Center for Middle Eastern and African Studies  to discuss  the reality in Israel, post Operation Protective Edge .