Australia/Israel & Jewish Affairs Council

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The Last Word: The Enemies'? Friends Categories: Anti-Zionism, Antisemitism     Author: Jeremy Jones

Regular readers of the print and on-line publications of various Nazi apologists, anti-Israel fanatics and obsessive antisemites will not have been surprised at the presence at the Iranian Holocaust denier confab in December of a small group of individuals purporting to be Â?Torah-True JewsÂ?.

Editorial: Taking Responsibility Categories: Israel     Author: Colin Rubenstein

The resignation of IDF Chief of Staff (CoS) Lieut. General Dan Halutz has cast a stone into the pond of Israeli politics at a time of unusual soul-searching in Israel.

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Deconstruction Zone: Perversely, the Best of Times Categories: Israel     Author: Ted Lapkin

To those who closely follow events in Israel, this might seem to be the worst of times. Since last year?s campaign in Lebanon, the IDF has been wracked by a process of self-assessment that has been brutal, both in its honesty and in its impact on senior officers? careers.

Biblio File: Power and Partnership Categories: Australasia, United States     Author: David Kemp

This book should change the terms in which Australia?s alliance with the United States is publicly debated in this country. Its most important claim, from the standpoint of an Australian, is that the US-Australian alliance empowers Australia.

Thai-ed Down Categories: Asia, Islamic Extremism, Terrorism     Author: Zachary Abuza

On 4 January 2004, a group of armed men raided a Thai Army camp. They were equipped with acetylene torches and bolt cutters; in all they made off with more than 300 M-16s, ammunition and other weaponry. It is the date most commonly used to mark the current manifestation of the insurgency in Thailand

Another chance for Labor? Categories: Israel     Author: Amotz Asa-El

Israel?s Labor Party, long eulogised for its repeated electoral failures over the past three decades, is increasingly full of hope that it may finally have arrived at the brink of a more positive era in its history.


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