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  • Slashed Tires and Trump’s Plan

    13 February 2020

    Hate crimes in northern Israel and Trump’s transfer plan send Palestinian citizens of Israel the same hateful message — that their citizenship in Israel is conditional, contingent, and tenuous. Israel’s civil society is showing a different path.

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  • The Democratic Pushback to Annexation

    30 January 2020

    Even in the darkest hour, there are Israelis and Palestinians standing up and speaking out against Trump’s plan and the march of folly towards annexation in the West Bank.

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  • In 2020 — This is What Democracy Looks Like

    16 January 2020

    When it comes to the future of Israel’s democracy, it’s easy to think about democracy simply in terms of that blue ballot box. But to me, democracy looks like the work our grantees are undertaking every day to create a truly shared society.

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  • Celebrating Creativity and Bravery on Chanukah

    23 December 2019

    Transformation requires creativity to see new possibilities and the bravery to step into them, despite the uncertainty. It’s true for how we celebrate Chanukah, and for how we work toward social change.

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  • The Best of Israel

    16 December 2019

    Accepting the 2019 Tzedek Award in Atlanta, Judy Robkin shared her firsthand experiences with NIF’s work to build a better Israel.

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  • We Can’t Do It Alone

    11 December 2019

    As I travel the country, I leave each place uplifted and inspired by the remarkable, dedicated, and unflagging community of supporters who make up the New Israel Fund.

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  • Our Alternative to Fear and Division

    27 November 2019

    The answer to authoritarian populism in Israel is an inclusive, democratic future for all. Israelis from every background are building big, beautiful, and cooperative movements for social change. And their strategies are working.

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