New Government; New Opportunities?
with Member of Knesset Mossi Raz
Nobody expects Israel’s new government to sign or even negotiate a peace agreement with the Palestinians. The Lapid-Bennett government is comprised of white doves, hardline hawks, and everything between. Does this makeup necessarily impose a stasis on matters pertaining to Israeli-Palestinian relations, or might it allow for some progress?
Member of Knesset Mossi Raz of the Meretz Party joined APN to answer this and other related questions.
A longtime politician and peace activist, Member of Knesset Mossi Raz was
the secretary general of Israel’s Peace Now movement and the director of Ir Shalem, a nonprofit that advocated for
Jewish-Arab equality and coexistence in Jerusalem.