Fostering understanding behind the ‘unbreakable bond’

The INSS partners with the Ruderman Family Foundation in one-year-program.

By RACHEL COHEN
January 23, 2018 16:35
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Jay Ruderman

Jay Ruderman. (photo credit: NOAM GALAI)

 
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The Ruderman Family Foundation and INSS have joined forces to explore ways to strengthen the ties that form this “unbreakable bond.” The one-year program called “The American Jewish Community and Israel’s National Security,” aims to establish a foundation of knowledge to facilitate increased awareness – throughout the foreign affairs and security community and among decision makers and the shapers of public opinion in Israel.

“We recognize that the relationship between Israel and the American Jewish community is a matter of national security for Israel, which led us to work with the leading national security organization in Israel,” Ruderman Family Foundation President, Jay Ruderman says, explaining why he chose to team up with INSS. “Educating policymakers and the defense establishment on the American Jewish community will create conversations and policy change for the people and the State of Israel.”

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