L ast month Dani Dayan marked one year as Israel’s consul general in New York. In that time the former director general of the Yesha Council has found himself in the thick of the battles that have defined the Jewish world none more important than BDS where Dayan has tried to persuade boycott-supporting Jews that Israel is not to blame for the conflict with the Palestinians. At the same time Dayan is trying to make peace among the various streams of Judaism — no easy task. Dayan spoke with Mishpacha after he returned from a visit to Cincinnati Ohio where he met with leaders of the local Orthodox and liberal communities about the Kosel framework