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Mr. Daniel Dayan at Facing Tomorrow 2011

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Uploaded on Aug 1, 2011

Thin Ice -- Criticism vs. Loyalty in Israel-Diaspora Relations

Date: Wednesday, June 22nd 11:30-13:00

Issues such as the future of Jerusalem, Israeli control of occupied territories, religion and state, conversion, recognition of the different streams of Judaism, government corruption, human rights and the Jewish character of the State of Israel raise a heated debate among the Israeli public and among Jews in the Diaspora. Must the Jewish Diaspora provide total and unconditional support for decisions made by the Israeli government? To what extent should Israel willingly accept criticism and alternative political actions adopted by Jewish entities abroad?

Moderator:

Mr. Shmuel Rosner, Israel
Columnist, Maariv; Editor and Writer, Rosner's Domain, Jerusalem Post; Non-fiction Editor, Kinneret-Zmora-Bitan-Dvir Publishing House; Fellow, The Jewish People Policy Institute (JPPI); Author:Shtetl, Bagel, Baseball on American Judaism (Hebrew)

Participants:

Mr. Jeremy Ben-Ami, USA
Executive Director, JStreet; Former Domestic Policy Adviser, Clinton Administration

Mr. Daniel Dayan, Israel
Chairman, Yesha Council; Formerly Chairman and CEO of information technology firms




Professor Fania Oz-Salzberger, Israel

Professor and Leon Liberman Chair of Modern Israel Studies, Monash University, Melbourne; Professor of History and Founding Director of the Posen Research Forum for Jewish European and Israeli Political Thought, the Faculty of Law, University of Haifa; Author of Translating the Enlightenment (Oxford, 1995) and Israelis in Berlin (Jerusalem 2001 and Frankfurt 2001)

Dr. Diana Pinto, France
Ph.D. in Contemporary European History; Senior Fellow, Institute for Jewish Policy Research; Director, IJPR's Voices for The Res Publica: Re-discovering the Common Good project

Rabbi Eric H. Yoffie, USA
President, Union for Reform Judaism

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