IJPR report on the attitudes of Jews in Britain towards Israel

The Institute for Jewish Policy Research‘s Israel Survey find attitudes of Jews in Britain towards Israel “committed, concerned and conciliatory”.

“Jews in Britain strongly identify with and support Israel. They are ready to see Israel swap territory for peace and to talk with Hamas if it will advance the cause of peace. At the same time, they are concerned about Israel’s security, support the separation barrier/security fence and viewed the 2008/09 operation in Gaza as “a legitimate act of self-defence.”

These are the central findings of the most definitive study ever conducted of the attitudes of Jews in Britain towards Israel. The study, entitled Committed, concerned and conciliatory: The attitudes of Jews in Britain towards Israel, is published today by the community’s leading research institute, the Institute for Jewish Policy Research (JPR).”

Read the report. No time for further thoughts at the moment, but this is important.

(Hat tip David G)

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