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Not Child's Play: The role of teens in recent Palestinian unrest

Not Child's Play: The role of teens in recent Palestinian unrest Categories: Anti-Zionism, Antisemitism, Israel, Media/ Academia, NGOs, Palestinians, Terrorism, Updates     Author: Allon Lee

Over the past few years some in the media, most notably the Australian's Middle East correspondent John Lyons, have waged a high profile campaign accusing Israel of arresting, intimidating, harassing, and imprisoning hundreds of innocent Palestinian children each year, presumably for non-existent or

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Media Microscope: Carr-nivale Categories: Australasia, Israel, Media/ Academia     Author: Allon Lee

On November 8, the Australian ran an op-ed from former Foreign Minister Bob Carr announcing his new role as patron of the Labor Friends of Palestine, wherein he argued, ad nauseum, that Israel is becoming apartheid-like and that settlements are what is preventing a two-state solution. Spouting arra

Jerusalem syndrome

Jerusalem syndrome Categories: Israel, Palestinians     Author: Amotz Asa-El

The Temple Mount, arguably monotheism's most active volcano, is smoking again. The hilltop where a universalistic King Solomon built, as he saw it, a shrine whose tenant would be God and whose pilgrims would be "all the people of the world," returned in October to its more familiar role as a source

After Obama

After Obama Categories: Iran, Israel, Middle East, United States     Author: Robert Satloff

Even God, it seems, is tired of the Israeli-Palestinian dispute - and the never-ending standoff between US President Barack Obama and Israeli PM Binyamin Netanyahu. When a third intifada threatened to erupt recently following Israel's temporary closure of Muslim prayer at the al-Aqsa Mosque in respo

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Statement: End the Incitement

Statement: End the Incitement Categories: Israel, Media Releases, Palestinians, Terrorism    

AIJAC is deeply saddened and shocked by the massacre of four Jews who were worshipping at the Kehilat Bnei Torah Synagogue in West Jerusalem's Har Nof neighbourhood yesterday, as well as the death of an Israeli Druze policeman who was shot in the gunfight that ended the assault. It is hard to think

Al-Aqsa, incitement and the car intifada

Al-Aqsa, incitement and the car intifada Categories: Israel, Palestinians, Updates     Author: Jamie Hyams

Some say that Israel may be in the grip of a "third intifada". While the first was characterised by civil disobedience, rioting and rock-throwing, and the second by large scale terrorism, most notable suicide bombing, this one has so far featured attacks by drivers ramming their cars into pedestrian

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