While resolution of the disputes remains uncertain, and the potential for positive outcomes endure, controversies that belittle other branches of Judaism convey inhospitable signals with the potential to erode over time the bond now forming between the people of Israel, the Jewish State and these teens.
An examination of foreign capital flow into Israel since 2005, when the Palestinians initiated the so-called Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement, indicates a near tripling of foreign investments in Israeli assets to a record $285.12 billion.
Check out this weeks Between the Synapse as we welcome live from Jerusalem Leah Soibel, the founder of Fuente Latina, an independent initiative that provides Spanish language information about Israel and the Middle East to journalists and decision-makers in Latin America and across the Spanish-speaking world. Soibel also discusses the latest with Iran and the prospects for peace between Israel and the Palestinians. Joining the broadcast as well to share her thoughts as a Latina visiting Israel for the first time is Ariana Montelongo de Valdivia.
BtS radio podcast featuring David Makovsky, former senior advisor on Secretary of State John Kerry’s Middle East peace team and fellow at the Washington Institute team discussing the potential Iranian Nuclear deal, the state of the Israeli-Palestinian peace process, and the upcoming Israeli elections
A former senior advisor on Secretary of State John Kerry’s Middle East peace team joins Between the Synapse to discuss the potential Iranian Nuclear deal as well as the state of the Israeli-Palestinian peace process. Don’t miss The Washington Institute’s David Makovsky on this edition of Between the Synapse.
By stating that anti-Semitism will diminish if Israel reaches a final-status deal, Reverend Shipman clearly notes that those in protest, himself included, make no distinction between anti-Israel sentiment and anti-Semitism.
Only direct negotiations between Israel and the Palestinians will produce a viable and lasting peace. Relying on the UN or other NGO’s to press Israel for concessions has neither worked in the past nor work in the present. In fact, such course harms the effort of creating a two-state solution.
Between the Synapse podcast, featuring a discussion with Michael Salberg, Director of International Affairs for the Anti-Defamation League, on the dramatic uptick in anti-Semitic activity in Europe.
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