by Israel Policy Forum on Oct 16, 2015Commentary, Briefings
By Roberta Fahn Schoffman
by Israel Policy Forum on Oct 13, 2015Op-Ed, Commentary, Briefings, IPF in the news, Statements
Israel Policy Forum deplores in the strongest possible terms the wave of attacks being carried out by Palestinian terrorists against Israeli civilians.
by Israel Policy Forum on Sep 03, 2015Op-Ed, Commentary, Briefings, IPF in the news, Statements
With the agreement reached between the P5+1 and Iran now assured, attention must shift to its effective implementation and to the renewal of the unassailable relationship between the United States and Israel.
by Israel Policy Forum on Aug 24, 2015Op-Ed, Commentary, Briefings, IPF in the news
Jewish Americans are fighting over Iran deal as though only Israel is at stake, obscuring the fact that this is a global, not parochial, issue.
by Israel Policy Forum on Aug 20, 2015Op-Ed, Commentary, Briefings, IPF in the news
Rather than gamble Israel's security on the hope that Congress will reject the Iran deal, Israel's premier should insist on a NATO-style treaty.
by Israel Policy Forum on Aug 04, 2015Op-Ed, Commentary, Briefings, IPF in the news, Statements
Concluding the nuclear deal with Iran has intensified political arguments not only in Washington but also within the pro-Israel community.
by Israel Policy Forum on Jul 01, 2015Commentary, IPF in the news
We should never hesitate to condemn anti-Semitism, whether it is the traditional version directed at Jews or the newer version targeting Israel’s legitimacy. But we also have to be very careful about distinguishing Israel-related anti-Semitism from criticisms of Israeli policies.
Seeking the Center: The absence of a strong, balanced and moderate US Jewish voice on Israel advocacy issues is impoverishing the discourseby Israel Policy Forum on Jun 11, 2015Commentary, Op-Ed
A large segment of American Jewry, deeply concerned about Israel’s security and future, is distressed at the heightened polarization on Israel-related issues within our own community and in the nation’s body politic. Sharp divisions between left and right, Republican and Democrat, are damaging not only to our ability to advocate effectively on behalf of Israel, but also to our internal communal cohesion.
by Israel Policy Forum on May 22, 2015Commentary, Op-Ed
We’ve just celebrated Israel’s 67th Independence Day —– a remarkable achievement that makes us proud. But more and more American Jews worry that the sharpening divisions in our community are hampering our efforts to help Israel achieve long-term security and peace.
by Benjamin Rogers on Apr 07, 2015Commentary
The heart of the opposition to the nuclear deal with Iran is the fear, even the assumption, that Iran will violate it, cheating on inspections and using the accord's provisions to double-deal and weaponize.