Israel Policy Forum
Founded in 1993, the Israel Policy Forum is a "non-profit organization whose mission is to promote the Middle East peace process in order to strengthen Israeli security and further U.S. foreign policy interests in the region."
The Forum's mission statement says that the organization has "a singular purpose: to support active and sustained American efforts aimed at resolving the conflict between Israel and its Arab neighbors."
"Founded in 1993, Israel Policy Forum (IPF) is a not-for-profit, nonpartisan organization with a singular purpose: to support active and sustained American efforts aimed at resolving the conflict between Israel and its Arab neighbors. In doing so, IPF seeks to strengthen Israeli security and to further U.S. foreign policy interests in the Middle East. IPF is the only independent, mainstream Jewish organization that consistently mobilizes prominent American Jews to deliver a solid message of support for an active American diplomatic role in the Mideast. History has repeatedly demonstrated that without the U.S. serving as a credible mediator in the conflict, it is much more difficult, if not impossible, for the parties to reach an agreement."
- Nick Bunzl, Executive Director
- Steven L. Spiegel, National Scholar
- Dr. Stephen P. Cohen, National Scholar
Executive Board of Directors
- David M. Elcott, Executive Director (Former Executive Director was Jonathan Jacoby)
- Marvin Lender, Chair
- Lawrence Zicklin, Chair
- Seymour D. Reich, President
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