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Israel Policy Forum: Statement of Principles

Israel Policy Forum: Two-States at a Crossroads

A Security Treaty with Iran's Potential Victims Could Ensure Deal Compliance

Conference Call with Dr. Gary Samore

Israeli Post-Election Analysis

Keep Politics Out of Iran Debate & US-Israel Relationship

IPF Concerned by Speech, Partisanship

**Update** - Water for Rawabi

Israel Policy Forum Expresses Concern Regarding Netanyahu's Address to Congress

100+ Israeli Generals Call for Regional Negotiations

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

IPF Statement on Ceasefire

Rebuilding Gaza and salvaging Mideast peace

Amidst Gaza Conflict, IPF Expresses Support and Condolences

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

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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May 27, 2015

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu reportedly offered to negotiate with the Palestinians regarding the contours of the settlement blocs.  The Palestinians have refused the offer.  Here are five thoughts in reaction: 

May 26, 2015

Please join IPF for a discussion with Dan Rothem on Israel's reported proposal to negotiate the contours of the settlement blocs.

May 22, 2015

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.

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Please join IPF for a conference call discussion on Tuesday April 21, at 12:00 PM ET.