Our mission is to shape the discourse and mobilize support among American Jewish leaders and U.S. policymakers for the realization of a viable two-state solution.
We envision a Jewish, secure, democratic Israel.
Founded in 1993 to build support in the American Jewish community and in Washington for the diplomatic vision of the late Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin, IPF develops resources, commentary, and analysis from top analysts in Washington and in Israel through private and public briefings and online media platforms.
IPF’s Matzav Blog is a collaborative effort aimed at promoting the voices of leading experts on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and the implications for the American Jewish community.
IPF’s weekly Koplow Column by Policy Director Michael Koplow provides nuanced commentary on Israel, peacemaking, and the American Jewish community.
IPF’s “Two-State Security” project is an educational campaign that provides an interactive resource dedicated to Israel's security needs in the context of a two-state solution.
IPF convenes Jewish leaders, legislators, and the media with timely resources, information, commentary, and analysis.
“We must think differently, look at things in a different way. Peace requires a world of new concepts, new definitions.”