What's at Stake for Israel and U.S. Jews in the Trump-Biden Election?

An in-depth look with Chemi Shalev and Allison Kaplan Sommer on how the upcoming U.S. election will impact the Jewish community and the U.S.-Israel relationship

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With less than a month to go until November 3rd, the U.S. election underwent a series of shocks in recent days after U.S. President Donald Trump was hospitalized for COVID-19. At the same time, Israel is experiencing its own political crisis, with massive demonstrations in the streets and violent attacks against anti-Netanyahu protesters in different parts of the country. 

Senior columnist Chemi Shalev and senior correspondent Allison Kaplan Sommer discuss what’s at stake in the upcoming election for American Jews, as well as for Israel’s future as a Jewish and Democratic state. 

What's at stake for Israel and U.S. Jews in the Trump-Biden election? WATCH Haaretz special

The conversation was moderated by Amir Tibon on Tuesday, October 6th, but you can watch the whole talk in the video above.

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