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The Last Word: Analysing Australian Antisemitism Categories: Antisemitism, Australasia     Author: Jeremy Jones

The raw data on anti-Jewish assaults, vandalism and harassment in Australia makes for sobering reading. In the 12 month period concluding on September 30, 2008, Jewish communal institutions in Australia received a total of 652 reports of incidents which unambiguously fall under the definition of "Ra

Keyed Up In Wellington Categories: Australasia, Israel     Author: Miriam Bell

Given the consistency of the pre-election polls, the results of the New Zealand election on Nov. 8 would have come as a shock to few Kiwis - John Key's National party handily defeated the Labour party, led by Helen Clark, the prime minister for the past (almost) 9 years.

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AIR New Zealand: Key and the Kiwi Election Categories: Australasia     Author: Miriam Bell

The members of New Zealand's small Jewish community have differing views on the domestic issues which have dominated the campaign, but nonethless have a particular interest in following the fortunes of National party leader John Key. Key would become New Zealand's third Jewish prime minister if the

The Last Word: A Matter of Opinion Categories: Antisemitism, Australasia     Author: Jeremy Jones

Having analysed data on anti-Jewish activity in Australia, I have often observed that the most important co-efficient of increased antisemitism in Australia is increased racism in general, and the Pew Project received headlines such as "Anti-Jew, anti-Muslim attitudes rise in Europe".

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