Statements

  • IPF Condemns Ongoing Terrorism Against Israel

    Posted on: Mar 09, 2016

    IPF strongly condemns yesterday’s outburst of terrorist attacks in Israel, which included shootings and stabbings in Jerusalem, Petah Tikva, and Jaffa.

  • Israel Must Act Now to Preserve the Two-State Solution

    Posted on: Dec 04, 2015

    This op-ed was published by the Jewish Telegraphic Agency.

    WASHINGTON (JTA) – If Israel does not take steps now to preserve the option of two states and secure its own destiny as a Jewish and democratic state, it will wake up one day soon to find out it’s too late.

  • IPF Deplores Wave of Attacks

    Posted on: Oct 13, 2015

    Israel Policy Forum deplores in the strongest possible terms the wave of attacks being carried out by Palestinian terrorists against Israeli civilians.

  • Michael Koplow Joining Israel Policy Forum as Washington-based Policy Director

    Posted on: Sep 24, 2015

    Israel Policy Forum announces the appointment of Michael Koplow as its Policy Director based in Washington, DC.

  • Moving Forward: Unite Around Common Goals

    Posted on: Sep 03, 2015

    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. 

  • Time To Mend U.S.-Israel Relations

    Posted on: Aug 04, 2015

    Concluding the nuclear deal with Iran has intensified political arguments not only in Washington but also within the pro-Israel community. 

  • IPF Conference call with Robert Einhorn

    Posted on: 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.

  • IPF Statement on Kidnapped Israeli Teenagers

    Posted on: Jun 16, 2014

    IPF shares in thoughts and prayers for the safe release of the three young men, and urges the Palestinian to maximize its generally successful security cooperation with Israel.

  • IPF on Conference of President’s decision

    Posted on: May 01, 2014

    The Israel Policy Forum firmly believes that the decision by the Conference of President of Major American Jewish Organizations to reject the application of J Street was wrong.

  • IPF on the Stalled Peace Talks

    Posted on: Apr 30, 2014

    Developments over the last week should not cause Israel and its supporters to lose sight that a negotiated two-state solution represents the best prospect for Israel’s future as a secure, Jewish and democratic state. While it is regrettable that Secretary of State John Kerry’s unprecedented effort has been suspended, in taking a break, Israel and the Palestinians must build on this recent experience to refocus their attention on how best to establish two states for two peoples, living together in peace and security.