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

The Assault on Israel’s Legitimacy: London as a Case Study

Today the Reut Institute published a document focusing on London as a hub of delegitimization which suggests operational principles to catalyze a systematic approach in the city and in other global hubs. This document is the first attempt by the Reut Institute to suggest an operational framework to local pro-Israeli forces to meet the challenge … Continue reading The Assault on Israel’s Legitimacy: London as a Case Study

The Israel Action Network Introduced

The network of Jewish Federations is set to launch an innovative initiative to catalyze the North American Jewish community response to the campaign to advance Israel's delegitimization. The project, called the Israel Action Network (IAN), will be directed by Senior Vice President of the Jewish Council for Public Affairs (JCPA) Martin Raffel, who introduced the … Continue reading The Israel Action Network Introduced

Restoring Sanity to the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

A couple of weeks ago, Professor Gil Troy wrote in the Jerusalem Post about a project to 'restore sanity' to the discourse surrounding the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Such a project is a useful tool in trying to engage with critics of Israeli policy on the one hand, while trying to isolate delegitimizers of its existence on the … Continue reading Restoring Sanity to the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict