IPF in the News

Jul 16, 2015

On Wednesday, July 15th, at 3:00pm ET, IPF hosted a conference call discussion with Robert Einhorn, former State Department special advisor on nonproliferation and arms control (2009-2013), and currently a fellow at The Brookings Institution, on the recent Iran agreement.

Jul 10, 2015

It is time to focus on solutions: develop discrete, reliable back channels between the two governments; regain mutual trust, and quickly establish quiet exchanges to address these four immediate issues: preventing Iran from obtaining nuclear weapons, maintaining Israel’s qualitative military superiority, preserving the two-state solution and sustaining the special US-Israel relationship. Both countries will gain.

Jul 01, 2015

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.

Apr 22, 2015

Michael Koplow, the Director of Programming at the Israel Institute, mentions IPF and the need to preserve the the eventual possibility of a two-state solution, in his blog Ottomans and Zionists.

Mar 04, 2015

For years, we tended to paper over a fundamental policy difference between Israel and the United States. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu long has talked about the need to dismantle fully Iran’s nuclear infrastructure that he describes as constituting an existential threat to Israel, while President Obama’s language consistently called for preventing Iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon.

Jan 21, 2015

Since its founding, Israel has been a haven for millions of Jews fleeing oppression from Arab countries in the Middle East where they were no longer welcome after years of living there, from the former Soviet Union and from other parts of the world where they felt unsafe

Dec 17, 2014

IPF Chairman Peter Joseph is quoted in an article by JTA about Jewish U.S. voters concern over the upcoming Israeli elections.  

Dec 02, 2014

When Palestinians murdered worshipers in a west Jerusalem synagogue at morning services on Nov. 18, one of the first Israeli policemen on the scene was Zidan Saif, a member of the minority Druse religious community. He played a key role in stopping the assault and was murdered as he did so. The entire nation took note of his sacrifice. Israelis, among them many ultra-Orthodox and President Reuven Rivlin, turned out in droves for his funeral as a sign of respect and gratitude. Now the Israeli Knesset is poised to consider a bill which would demean this man’s standing as an Israeli citizen.

Nov 21, 2014

At this dark time, it is imperative that those who work to seek a secure future for Israel as the democratic nation-state of the Jewish people not lose hope. World leaders must condemn this brutal act, and call on others to forcefully condemn this despicable act of terrorism as well.

Nov 20, 2014

A 76-year-old former IDF general who blocked the Egyptian army’s advance in the crucial opening hours of the 1973 Yom Kippur War is now seeking to push Israel to embrace Cairo and other moderate Arab partners in order to bring peace.

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