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of Israel who call for a negotiated peace between
Israelis and Palestinians, based on the two-state solution.
The coalition facing the Palestinian issue

Olive trees uprooted by settlers In 2010, we launched our JCall appeal with a main goal, that of making Jewish European citizens aware of the necessity of ending the occupation of the Palestinian territories in order to create a state…

A new page opens

After two years and a half of political crisis and four elections that have all ended in Netanyahu’s failure to form a right wing government, Yair Lapid succeeded in obtaining the consent of 61 deputees in order to form a…

After the cease-fire

After 11 days of war, Hamas and Israel accepted a cease-fire that put an end to this new round of violence, the sixth one since Israel’s withdrawal from the Gaza Strip in 2005. It took the personal involvement of President…

Is Netanyahu’s era over ?

drawing by Biderman Haaretz Netanyahu has not been able to form a government after the four weeks granted by President Reuven Rivlin. In spite of all his last maneuvers to attempt convincing Naphtali Bennett, Gideon Saar or Benny Gantz to…

Political blockade in the Knesset – season 4

drawing by Biderman Haaretz On April 5th, President Rivlin received the delegations of the 13 lists that crossed the minimum electoral threshhold, in order to ask them which candidate they chose to form the new government, following the fourth round…

Israeli election : Will the fourth round be the right one?

“Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.” Could we apply Einstein’s quote to the electoral situation in Israel ? In less than two weeks, Israelis will go back to the polls for the fourth…

Bibi or not Bibi

Drawing from Biderman in Ha’aretz. It is written on the sign : “I am the 4000th dead” In two months, Israel will vote again for the fourth time in two years. This new election will cost billions shekels, while the…

From one election to the next

Donald Trump needed more than 3 weeks to admit Joe Biden’s victory, and even so, he keeps saying that the election had been fraudulent, which none of the investigations conducted so far has confirmed. If Biden’s victory is undisputable on…

Letter of congratulation by J-Link to President Biden and Vice President Harris

November 11, 2020 Dear President-Elect Biden and Vice-President-Elect Harris: J-Link, an international network of progressive Jewish organizations, congratulates you on your election. We wish you great success with your efforts to heal the divides, promote justice and raise hope domestically…

The global Impact of the US election

No US election has ever been as significant as this one. Not so much for the Middle East—where we can expect, if Joe Biden wins, a relative continuity of the American position engaged since the Obama years in a process…

Israel between normalization and ongoing protests

For the tenth week in a row, tens of thousands of Israelis demonstrated last Saturday on Balfour Street in Jerusalem, in front of the Prime Minister’s residence. They were more than 40000 according to the organizers (who made sure to…

J-Link Statement on Israel-UAE Deal

J-Link, the international network of progressive Jewish organizations, welcomes the agreement reached between Israel and the United Arab Emirates to normalize ties between the two countries. Recognition of Israel’s legitimate existence and the establishment of diplomatic relations, years after the…

What are the perspectives of today’s demonstrations in Israel ?

After 3 elections in less than a year and the establishment of a Union Government supported by 75 deputees, in order to face the epidemy and its consequences, we could have thought that Israel had at last emerged from the…

A great voice of the Zionist left has gone silent

Zeev Sternhell left us last Sunday. Tireless peace activist, Archi-Zionist, as he liked to qualify himself, Zeev Sternhell was one of our godfathers. Historian of the French fascism, Professor at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, he won the Israel Prize…

We say no to the project of annexation of parts of the West Bank

Le Monde publishes in its June 19 edition an op-ed against the annexation of part of the West Bank, signed by Dany Cohn-Bendit, Alain Finkielkraut, Bernard-Henri Levy, Dominique Moisi, Pierre Nora, Diana Pinto, Anne Sinclair et Benjamin Stora…. We wish…

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