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The Politics of Religion in Israel
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The Politics of Religion in Israel

A panel discussion with Yinon Cohen, Katherine Franke and Alain Dieckhoff. Moderated by Chiara Superti The Israeli elections of April and September 2019 highlighted, yet again, the profound rifts that divide Israeli society. But the now familiar political haggling that ensued did not only reveal traditional left-right divides. More significantly, it put into sharp focus the religious-secular split which has become one of the key factors shaping Israeli politics and electoral behavior today. How did religious parties, which represent a growing number of voters, come to play such a prominent role in a country that was founded as a secular state? What role does demography play in this new political landscape? What can we learn from an analysis of social movements and generational shifts in Israel? How was electoral opinion affected by the successive failures of the peace process? What is the impact of Israel’s “Nation-State Law”, which, inter alia, establishes Hebrew as Israel’s official language and downgrades Arabic to a “special status”? And how does it affect Israel’s identity as both a Jewish and democratic state? Please visit event Website for detailed/updated information. Image: maisonfrancaise.org
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Thursday · Oct 17, 2019 · 16:00
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