In April 2020, at the peak of the coronavirus crisis, a monthly survey of Arab and Jewish citizens showed both a stronger sense of overall belonging in the country and improved Jewish-Arab relations. The global pandemic is one of the first national emergencies that Jews and Arabs are experiencing in the same way. Moreover, Arab citizens, who make up 21% of Israel’s medical professionals, are being widely acknowledged for their vital roles on the medical frontlines. As Israel emerges from the crisis and turns to recovery, what opportunities exist to enhance shared society initiatives, and what are the challenges to their realization?
Join Israel Action Network & JFNA Israel & Overseas Monday, June 8 at 1pm EST to hear insights and learn how cooperation can be fostered within Israeli society.
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