Israel and the Jewish World - A New Relationship

By Gidi Grinstein, Netaly Ophir-Flint

The International School for Jewish Peoplehood Studies at Beth Hatefutsoth, September 2010

In this paper, the Reut Institute team outlines Israel's changing relationship with the Jewish World. It first presents the main ideas upon which the relationship was built, and then analyzes the changing reality that has led to a growing rift between the two communities. The main conclusion is that the ideological basis of the emerging new relationship is a Renewed Zionism which blends Peoplehood with Jewish Nationalism.

Topic: Diaspora Relations, Peoplehood, Israel-Diaspora Relations, Statehood, Hebrew, Ideology, Unity, Zionism, Nationalism

Name of Publication: Up, Close and Personal: Thinking about the Jewish Peoplehood Closeness Index

Editor: Freedman, Catriella , Kedar, Shelley

Page Number(s): 65-70

Funder: Jim Joseph Foundation , Nadav Fund , Shoham Philanthropic Fund

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Genre: Book Chapter

Coverage: Israel , World

Language: English

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Bibliographic Information:
Grinstein, Gidi. Ophir-Flint, Netaly. Israel and the Jewish World - A New Relationship. Up, Close and Personal: Thinking about the Jewish Peoplehood Closeness Index. The International School for Jewish Peoplehood Studies at Beth Hatefutsoth. September 2010: 65-70. http://www.bjpa.org/Publications/details.cfm?PublicationID=11815


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