Live: A new paradigm for relations between Israel and Jews

Various government agencies and Jewish/Zionist organizations to discuss relationship between Israel and the Jewish people.

January 10, 2012 14:02


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The relationship between Israel and the Jewish people used to be built on a tacit understanding that Israelis would build and defend Israel while Jews abroad would sustain it through financial support. The emergence of Israel as an economic power has challenged this relationship, however. A Knesset Sub-Committee on Israel and the Jewish People, chaired by by MK Dr. Einat Wilf, will attempt to make sense of these changes and discuss a way forward for the Government of Israel and Zionist organizations.

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