Professors for a Strong Israel

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Professors for a Strong Israel is a group of academics in Israel.[1] They describe themselves as a "non-partisan organization of academics united by a shared concern for the security and the Jewish character of the State of Israel."[2] They have been described as "right wing" by Haaretz and "extreme right wing" by David Newman.[1][3]

The group was founded in 1988 but stepped up its activities after the signing of the Oslo Accords in 1993.[4]

They are opposed to the creation of a Palestinian state[5] and consider the removal of Israelis from Gaza to have been ethnic cleansing.[6]

Notable members include Nobel Prize winner Robert Aumann and Knesset member Arie Eldad.


  1. ^ a b Nadav Shragai (9 December 2001). "Seething with anger at the Oslo architects". Haaretz. Retrieved 15 January 2014.
  2. ^ Home site in hebrew
  3. ^ David Newman (24 August 2010). "A dangerous political agenda". Jerusalem Post.
  4. ^ "Lock up those 'peaceniks' in the ivory tower". Times Higher Education. 17 October 2003. Retrieved 15 January 2014.
  5. ^ Re: The problem isn't Arafat Professors for a Strong Israel, Accessed 29 April 2007 Archived December 30, 2004, at the Wayback Machine
  6. ^ Re: Call for the Likud ministers to disengage from the government of ethnic cleansing Professors for a Strong Israel, Accessed 29 April 2007 Archived July 25, 2006, at the Wayback Machine