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Pro-Israel lobby: helping or hindering policy making? Categories: Anti-Zionism, Australasia, Iraq, Israel, Media/ Academia, Middle East, Op-eds, Palestinians     Author: Ted Lapkin

TONY JONES: Well, to discuss the role of the pro-Israel lobby and its degree of influence and whether it exists here in the same way as the US, we're joined now by Ted Lapkin, director of policy analysis at the Australia/Israel and Jewish Affairs Council. He's in our Melbourne studio. And with me in

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Scribblings: The Crucial Assymetry Categories: Israel, Terrorism     Author: Tzvi Fleischer

It was interesting to note an exchange that took place between Israeli PM Ehud Olmert and UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan in the aftermath of the Gaza beach explosion that killed seven Palestinian civilians on June 9.

A NGO Zone Categories: International Security, Israel, NGOs     Author: Anne Bayefsky

On Sunday, June 11, a boycott of Israeli academics, which had been adopted a few weeks earlier by the UK University and College Lecturers Union (NATFHE), was lifted after the move threatened to derail a merger plan with the larger UK Association of University Teachers.

Olmert's uphill struggle Categories: Israel     Author: Amotz Asa-El

During four months as acting Prime Minister, Ehud Olmert cleverly avoided occupying his idolised predecessor's office, working instead from his previous location in the Trade and Industry Ministry, lest he seem to be wresting prematurely Israel's political sanctum of sanctums.

Editorial: The Clash Categories: Israel, Palestinians     Author: Colin Rubenstein

The dust has settled from the deadly explosion on a Gaza beach on June 9, and it is clear that Israel was not responsible for that tragedy.

Morally right to kill threats Categories: Israel, Op-eds, Palestinians, Terrorism     Author: Bren Carlill

THE Arab-Israeli conflict rolls on, confusing as ever. Earlier this month Australian newspapers reported an impending reconciliation referendum for the Palestinian population. But after a family was killed last week on a Gaza beach, apparently by a Hamas mine (though Israel was blamed), the terrori

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