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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,

Ehud Yaari to speak in Melbourne

Ehud Yaari to speak in Melbourne Categories: Events, Israel, Middle East    

AIJAC is proud to present an upcoming speaking appearance in Melbourne by Israel's most authoritative and influential foreign affairs analyst, Ehud Yaari. Yaari is a veteran Middle East commentator for Israel's Channel 2 news, has written eight books on the Israeli-Arab conflict and has won top pri

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Media Microscope: The Knife's Edge Categories: Australasia, Israel, Media/ Academia     Author: Allon Lee

The upsurge in Palestinian terror and Israeli countermeasures received mixed media coverage. Fairfax correspondent Ruth Pollard (Oct. 18) held both Israelis and Palestinians guilty of incitement, but largely downplayed Palestinian Authority (PA) President Mahmoud Abbas' responsibility.

ISIS model fires up Palestinians

ISIS model fires up Palestinians Categories: Islamic Extremism, Israel, Palestinians     Author: Bassam Tawil

By now, it has become clear that our young Palestinian men and women have learned a lot from the Islamic State (ISIS) terror group. This new "intifada" that some Palestinians are now waging against Israel should be seen in the context of the wider jihad that is being waged by the Islamic State, Ham

Asia Watch: Close encounters

Asia Watch: Close encounters Categories: Asia, Israel     Author: Michael Shannon

The moment came and went in seconds. Yet, the chance encounter between Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak and his Israeli counterpart Binyamin Netanyahu in a corridor at the United Nations building in New York generated a torrent of chatter. Najib explained that he had bumped into Netanyahu at a

A Grave Moment in the Middle East

A Grave Moment in the Middle East Categories: Israel, Middle East, Palestinians, Russia, Syria     Author: Ehud Yaari

The context of the recent violence in Israel is that there has been a frightening loss of control by the Palestinian Authority (PA) and its security organs over the refugee camps of the West Bank. In the refugee camps, new gangs have emerged who do not feel any respect towards Mahmoud Abbas and his

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The Russians are Coming

The Russians are Coming Categories: Israel, Russia, Syria     Author: Nadav Pollak

On Sept. 21, Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu met with Russia's President Vladimir Putin, a meeting that focused on staying out of each other's way in Syria. According to statements by both leaders, it seems the meeting went well. Netanyahu emphasised Israel's main concerns in Syria, namely

Incitement means no end in sight

Incitement means no end in sight Categories: Israel, Palestinians, Terrorism, Updates     Author: Ari Wenig

Amidst the recent surge in violence and terror attacks in Israel, Palestinian men, women and children continue to be incited to violence against Israeli soldiers and civilians. Videos, cartoons, blogs and posts on social media are being used by Fatah, the Palestinian Authority, and the Palestinian m

"Lone Wolves" for Al-Aqsa

"Lone Wolves" for Al-Aqsa Categories: Israel, Palestinians     Author: Amotz Asa-El

Eitam and Naama Henkin were driving in the West Bank northeast of Tel-Aviv when bullets sprayed from a passing car took the couple's lives and orphaned their four boys, ages nine years to eight months, who witnessed their parents' murders from the car's back seat. The five assailants were quickly a

Deconstruction Zone: Deafening Silence

Deconstruction Zone: Deafening Silence Categories: Israel, Palestinians     Author: David Harris

For days now, I have been watching in dismay as Israeli citizens face random attacks, some deadly, by Palestinian assailants on the streets of their cities and towns. Children have been orphaned, parents have lost children, and some survivors are doubtless scarred for life. I have been waiting to s

Editorial: Deadly Myth Categories: Israel, Palestinians     Author: Colin Rubenstein

Is the current wave of Palestinian terrorism against Israelis - mainly involving stabbing attacks on the street - a response to settlement activity and frustration by Palestinians over "lack of movement" in the peace process, as US Secretary of State John Kerry and many in the media have suggested?

Murderers into Martyrs: How lies that turn terrorists into innocent victims are fueling the current wave of violence in Israel

Murderers into Martyrs: How lies that turn terrorists into innocent victims are fueling the current wave of violence in Israel Categories: Israel, Palestinians, Terrorism, Updates     Author: Or Avi-Guy

When Ahmed Mansara, a Palestinian teen, was rushed to hospital last week Palestinian sources claimed the 13-year-old had been ‘executed' by Israel. Ahmed, however, was not executed. He is alive and treated in an Israeli hospital after he was hit by a car after carrying out a stabbing attack wi

Settlement growth facts shatter myths

Settlement growth facts shatter myths Categories: Israel, Middle East, Palestinians, Updates     Author: Ahron Shapiro

On October 14, reporter Chaim Levenson from the left-leaning Israeli paper Ha'aretz - perhaps hoping to sow dissension in Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's razor-thin 61-seat coalition - wrote an article chiding Netanyahu for misleading right-wing coalition partners by "bragging" that the

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PA's decision to shun Israel has had bloody outcome

PA's decision to shun Israel has had bloody outcome Categories: Israel, Op-eds, Palestinians     Author: Colin Rubenstein

What should be done about the deadlock in Israeli-Palestinian peace negotiations since Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas' decision to walk away from the talks last year, preferring instead to sign a unity deal with the terrorist group Hamas?  Should the parties go back to discussin

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