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The Last Word: Source-ry

The Last Word: Source-ry Categories: Australasia, Israel     Author: Jeremy Jones

Reading the reviews and commentaries of the recent publication by the Foreign Minister in the government which was ejected by voters at the 2013 Federal election, then Senator Bob Carr, I note one common assumption seems to be that the writer was telling the truth, or something close to it, in his a

Media Microscope: Carr's Ride Categories: Australasia, Israel, Media/ Academia     Author: Allon Lee

On balance, most commentators rejected the accusation Bob Carr made in his published diary of his stint as Australian Foreign Minister - alleging that Melbourne's Jewish leadership, in particular AIJAC, exercised an "unhealthy" influence on Prime Minister Julia Gillard regarding Australia's Israel-P

Distortions of "lobby" role Categories: Australasia, Israel, Op-eds     Author: Or Avi-Guy

A response to Jordy Silverstein's article "Broadening the context of Australia's 'Zionist lobby'", published at "The Conversation" So much has been written about Bob Carr's memoir "Diary of a Foreign Minister", and his claim tha


Letter in response to Haaretz article Categories: Australasia, Op-eds     Author: Colin Rubenstein

Contrary to the imputation in Dan Goldberg's April 22 article "At the heart of Australian Jewish community's schism: the 'Israel lobby' debate", in deciding the best way to respond to then NSW Premier Bob Carr's unfortunate decision to present the Sydney Peace Prize to Hanan Ashrawi in 2003, there w

Carr's reckless Israel view

Carr's reckless Israel view Categories: Australasia, Israel, Op-eds     Author: Colin Rubenstein

IN his interview on the ABC's 7.30 about his book Diary of a Foreign Minister, and in media yesterday, Bob Carr continues to makes various claims about what he refers to as the "Israel lobby" in Melbourne. From his comments, it is clear he is referring mainly to the Australia/Israel & Jewish Aff

The Last Word: Don't strip away our Rights Categories: Australasia     Author: Jeremy Jones

Not one, but three wide-ranging inquiries. Not one, but a body of court cases and judgements. Not one, but hundreds of resolved complaints. But only one, potentially disastrous draft piece of legislation. The debate over the Federal Government's move to repeal existing laws designed to give victims

Editorial: Upsetting the balance Categories: Australasia     Author: Colin Rubenstein

For almost two decades, the provisions of Part IIA of the Racial Discrimination Act (RDA) have largely been working effectively to balance freedom of speech with protecting Australian citizens against racial vilification. Unfortunately, as written, the language of the exposure draft of the Freedom

Bob Carr's 'Israel lobby' claims inaccurate, bizarre

Bob Carr's 'Israel lobby' claims inaccurate, bizarre Categories: Australasia, Israel, Op-eds     Author: Mark Leibler

Bob Carr's interviews on Wednesday on the ABC's 7.30 and Lateline, spruiking the publication of his The Diary of a Foreign Minister, make various claims about what he refers to as the Melbourne "Israel lobby" exercising extraordinary influence over the office of prime minister Julia Gillard. Referr

An antisemitic answer to the question: How long is a piece of string?

An antisemitic answer to the question: How long is a piece of string? Categories: Antisemitism, Australasia, Israel, Media/ Academia, United Kingdom, Updates     Author: Allon Lee

A report last week by Barak Ben-Shem in the Times of Israel analysed an outbreak of antisemitic comments that followed an application by Jews to the local council in the small English town of Bushey, seeking permission to establish an "eruv". It recalled a similar occurrence in the Sydney suburb of

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