Keith Kahn-Harris is a senior lecturer at Leo Baeck College, a fellow at the Institute for Jewish Policy research, the editor of the Jewish Quarterly and the Jewish Journal of Sociology. His books include ’Turbulent Times: The British Jewish Community Today’ (with Ben Gidley, Continuum 2010); ‘Judaism: All That Matters’ (Hodder Education 2012); ‘Uncivil War: The Israel Conflict in the Jewish Community’ (David Paul Books 2014). His most recent book is titled ‘Strange Hate: Antisemitism, Racism and the Limits of Diversity’ (2019).
Our Voice of the Fortnight is BICOM's Research Associate Samuel Nurding and Director Richard Pater discussing how the new Israeli government is holding up after five weeks in power. Sam and Richard explain how the opposition is acting in new and unprecedented ways, the rivalry emerging between the United Arab List and the opposition-based Joint Arab List, and the potential government-ending obstacles that lay in wait.