Hardly a week passes without a media report concerning the growing chasm between American Jews and Israelis over issues of culture, religion and politics. The recent Israeli elections may aggravate the divide.
With the goals of fostering technological innovation and boosting bilateral academic research and exchange opportunities, the presidents of U.S. universities and colleges are visiting Israel this week with AJC (American Jewish Committee) Project Interchange.
AJC Project Interchange and AJC’s Africa Institute are hosting a delegation in Israel of 10 African business leaders who specialize in renewable energy and agriculture for a week of collaboration and knowledge sharing with their Israeli counterparts.
AJC’s 2019 Survey of Israeli Jewish Opinion, conducted by Geocartography, is based on telephone interviews carried out from April 10 to 17 with a national sample of 1,000 Jews over age 18. The margin of error is plus or minus 3.1%.