New report by the Reut Group calls for revival of Jewish community relations field due to its crucial role in fighting contemporary anti-Semitism and the boycott. Read more here...
The Gatekeepers, the Architects and the Gardeners
A few nights ago, in the heart of white Jerusalem where snow had been falling for over thirty six hours, I made my way gingerly by foot down the slippery slope to Jerusalem’s Cinematheque to see the Israeli documentary, The Gatekeepers, which has been nominated for an Oscar. A couple of hundred other Jerusalemites … Continue reading The Gatekeepers, the Architects and the Gardeners
Egypt and ‘Pillar of Defense’: Between the Rejectionist Front and Regional Hegemony?
Operation 'Pillar of Defense' is forcing Egypt's foreign affairs policy through a corridor of difficult decisions. The tension between the international community's expectations that Egypt will take on the role of mediator, and Egypt's desire to detach itself from Israel, is reaching its peak. This tension confronts the Muslim Brotherhood's hostile ideology towards Israel, with … Continue reading Egypt and ‘Pillar of Defense’: Between the Rejectionist Front and Regional Hegemony?
Call for Action: Education Blitz for September 2011
This September, a number of events - namely, the UN vote on the recognition of a Palestinian state, the Third Durban Conference, the beginning of the new academic year, and the High Holidays - will coincide to place Israel firmly in the public spotlight. In the background, the assault on Israel's legitimacy continues to penetrate … Continue reading Call for Action: Education Blitz for September 2011
Policy Paper: Reut’s Broad Tent and Red-Lines Approach
This policy paper outlines the concepts of 'broad tent' and 'red lines' which were created by the Reut Institute as key concepts and pillars of the systemic global response to the delegitimization campaign. The concepts of 'broad tent' and 'red lines' were formed in response to our diagnostics of the strategy of the assault on … Continue reading Policy Paper: Reut’s Broad Tent and Red-Lines Approach