October 30, 2012

Paul Eidelberg - Policy & Politics

Eidelberg has drafted a Constitution for the State of Israel, which has influenced various Knesset Members interested in constitutional reform.
Eidelberg is on the Advisory Council of the Ariel Center for Policy Research, which has published many of his policy papers. In addition to writing more than 1,000 articles for newspapers and scholarly journals in the U.S. and Israel, he is a weekly guest on The Tamar Yonah Show on Arutz Sheva Israel National Radio.

In 2003, Eidelberg's Yamin Israel ran with Herut – The National Movement for the Knesset elections of that year. The joint list fell 8,000 votes short of the electoral threshold. After the elections Herut and Yamin Israel parted ways.

In 2005, Yamin Israel merged with the Jewish National Front. Eidelberg stood number seven on the JNF's list for the Israeli Knesset for the March 28, 2006 election. The party did not pass Israel's electoral threshold. Yamin Israel and the JNF have since parted ways due to political and ideological differences.

Eidelberg has a weekly column in the Jewish Press, a leading American Orthodox Jewish newspaper.


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