Israeli Post-Election Analysis

Keep Politics Out of Iran Debate & US-Israel Relationship

IPF Concerned by Speech, Partisanship

**Update** - Water for Rawabi

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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

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150+ US Jewish leaders express support for continuing talks

Addressing US-Israel Tension and Regional Turmoil

On Iran: Healing the US-Israel Rift

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Mar 20, 2015

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s Likud party came out on top, securing 30 mandates, in Israel’s election for the 20th Knesset. The Zionist Union, the predicted victor in this election, secured 24 mandates. The political parties are now tasked with forming a coalition to rule for Israel’s 34thGovernment. In the wake of elections, many American officials, and Diaspora Jews expressed concerns over comments made by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, congressional partisanship towards Israel, and the future of the two-state solution. To read IPF's statement on the Israeli election,click here

Mar 20, 2015

On Thursday, March 19th, Israel Policy Forum and the JCC Manhattan held a panel discussion on the Israeli Post-election analysis.    

Mar 19, 2015

On Wednesday, March 18, at 2 PM ET, IPF hosted a call with Dr. Natan Sachs, a fellow at the Center for Middle East Policy ,The Brookings Institution, to discuss the the results of the Israeli elections.

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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.