Australia/Israel & Jewish Affairs Council

Israel

YOU ARE IN: Home Page > Topics > Israel

Behind the News - December 2015

Behind the News - December 2015 Categories: Iran, Israel, Palestinians, Russia    

Israel's Shin Bet internal security agency reported on Nov. 16 that October had been the worst month for terrorism in Israel in over nine years. In all, the month saw 602 terrorist attacks committed, with 11 Israelis killed and 80 suffering moderate to serious injuries.

Print edition
Deconstruction Zone: Selective Condemnation

Deconstruction Zone: Selective Condemnation Categories: Europe, Israel, Terrorism     Author: Judith Bergman

As Israelis and human beings, we... show solidarity with the French. We only wish this solidarity was truly universal and not something reserved only for Western Europeans or Americans. The Facebook community does not add the colours of the Israeli flag to profile pictures when Israelis are murdered

Essay: What do Palestinians want?

Essay: What do Palestinians want? Categories: Israel, Palestinians     Author: Daniel Polisar

The most recent wave of Palestinian terror attacks, now entering its second month, has been mainly the work of "lone wolf" operators running over Israeli civilians, soldiers, and policemen with cars or stabbing them with knives. The perpetrators, many in or just beyond their teenage years, are not,

App
Mounting Incitement and Denial

Mounting Incitement and Denial Categories: Israel, Palestinians     Author: Andrew Friedman

There is a sense of trepidation walking into the guard station at the foot of the Mughrabi Bridge, the non-Muslim entrance to the Temple Mount. Having lived in and around Jerusalem for most of the past 20 years, there aren't many parts of the city I haven't seen. Personal interest, and my work as a

Scribblings: Paris and Palestinian polls

Scribblings: Paris and Palestinian polls Categories: Europe, Israel, Palestinians     Author: Tzvi Fleischer

This edition contains an important new article by Daniel Polisar, which is a pretty comprehensive look at reputable polling of Palestinians over many years. It's not a pretty picture in terms of what Palestinians believe about Jews and Israel or support for terrorism - and goes a long way toward exp

Foreign Minister Julie Bishop's powerful words on Australia-Israeli relations at Hebrew University award ceremony

Foreign Minister Julie Bishop's powerful words on Australia-Israeli relations at Hebrew University award ceremony Categories: Australasia, Israel, Updates     Author: Sharyn Mittelman

On November 22, Foreign Minister Julie Bishop received the "Torch of Learning" award from Australian Friends of Hebrew University in Sydney. On accepting the award, Ms Bishop delivered a strong speech in which she said, "Tonight, in accepting the Torch of Learning Award, I commit anew to the powerf

Israeli innovation inspiring Australians

Israeli innovation inspiring Australians Categories: Australasia, Israel, Updates     Author: Sharyn Mittelman

"Innovation" is a centrepiece of Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull's agenda for Australia - and the government is looking to Israel for inspiration. At the forefront of planning this agenda is Assistant Minister for Innovation Wyatt Roy, who together with Robogals founder and 2012 Young Au

The Israeli Consensus for Peace is Rabin's Legacy

The Israeli Consensus for Peace is Rabin's Legacy Categories: Israel, Op-eds     Author: Allon Lee

It remains the most traumatic day in recent Israeli history. Yitzhak Rabin, as Chief of Staff, had saved Israel at its darkest hour in 1967. He had served with distinction in the War of Independence and opened the road to besieged Jerusalem. He was assassinated by an extremist who saw him not as a

Print edition
90 years of Al-Aqsa incitement

90 years of Al-Aqsa incitement Categories: Israel, Palestinians     Author: Petra Marquardt-Bigman

You may think, that almost 90 years ago, rumours of threats to Al-Aqsa and the Dome of the Rock due to evil "Zionist" plots to rebuild the Jewish Temple there would have been dismissed as ridiculous. After all, the Zionists of the 1920s were mostly secular, lacking both the motivation and the means,

20 items per page  | 1  | 2  | 3  | 4  | 5  | 6  | 7  | 8  | 9  | 10  | 11  | 12  | 13  | 14  | 15  | 16  | 17  | 18  | 19  | 20  | 21  | 22  | 23  | 24  | 25  | 26  | 27  | 28  | 29  | 30  | 31  | 32  | 33  | 34  | 35  | 36  | 37  | 38  | 39  | 40  | 41  | 42  | 43  | 44  | 45  | 46  | 47  | 48  | 49  | 50  | 51  | 52  | 53  | 54  | 55  | 56  | 57  | 58  | 59  | 60  | 61  | 62  | 63  | 64  | 65  | 66  | 67  | 68  | 69  | 70  | 71  | 72  | 73  | 74  | 75  | 76  | 77  | 78  | 79  | 80  | 81  | 82  | 83  | 84  | 85  | 86  | 87  | 88  | 89  | 90  | 91  | 92  | 93  | 94  | 95  | 96  | 97  | 98  | 99  | 100  | 101  | 102  | 103  | 104  | 105  | 106  | 107  | 108  | 109