Kahol Lavan Chairman Benny Gantz said Tuesday that the Joint List alliance of Arab-majority parties “won't be a part of my government," should he be recommended to form one after the March 2 election. Gantz’s efforts to distance his campaign from the Joint List was sparked by disagreement between the two over the newly introduced US peace plan. Joint List leader Ayman Odeh said his party would not recommend that Gantz form a government if he does not make a statement against annexation. Gantz has started firmly that he intends "to implement President Trump's peace plan,” including the annexation of the Jordan Valley.
The 2020 Jewish and Israeli Film Festival has begun, showcasing award-winning films from around the world right here in Cincinnati. The festival features the best of the thriving independent film industry, showcasing established and emerging filmmakers and provocative, humorous, inspiring, and enlightening films. To learn more and purchase tickets, click here.
Join the community on Tuesday, March 14, at 7:00 PM, at the Mayerson JCC to hear from two diverse voices on the difficult topic of Arab-Jewish relations in Israel: an Israeli-Arab thought leader on this issue, and a Jewish government official from Israel’s conservative Likud party. For more information and to register, click here.