Peoplehood political panel

The representatives of the political parties in a conversation about realizing the mission of the State of Israel as the nation-state of the Jewish people and the relationship between Israel and world Jewry

Towards the upcoming Israeli elections, The Ruderman Family Foundation, The Reut Institute, and ANU - The Museum of The Jewish People, held a political panel with participants from leading parties to discuss the relations between Israel and Diaspora Jewry and see how each party intends to work towards effectuating the role of Israel as the Nation State for the Jewish People, once a new government is elected.

One of the main goals of the event was to raise the issue and bring it to the public, media, and political agendas, based on the understanding that a strong and steady relationship between Israel and World Jewry is imperative for the security and prosperity of the State of Israel and the preserving of Israel as the Nation State of the Jewish People.


Click here to see a recording of the event: Hebrew / English dub


Clike here to read different media menntionas of the event:

The Times of Israel: For a brief moment, frayed Israel-Diaspora ties take center stage in election debate

The Jerusalem Post: Extreme Religious Zionists willing to dialogue with Reform Jews




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2022-10-26

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