Moshe Koppel is a lecturer and researcher in the Department of Computer Science at Bar-Ilan University. He has published academic papers in leading journals in computer science, mathematics, linguistics, economics, law, political science and other disciplines and has written two books on the Talmud. Koppel is the founder and chairman of the Kohelet Policy Forum, a Jerusalem-based libertarian-conservative policy center. He has co-drafted two proposed constitutions for Israel, as well as several laws that have been passed by the Knesset.
Moshe Koppel on MRB
Too Jewish? A Contribution to the Defining Israel Forum.