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Media Microscope: Age Old Problem Categories: Australasia, Israel, Media/ Academia     Author: Jamie Hyams

The Age newspaper has, at times, been noticeably skewed against Israel. Recently, there seemed to have been some signs of improvement, but sadly, over the last month, it has regressed. For example, some time ago, it was common that phrases in stories by Fairfax correspondent Jason Koutsoukis would a

Essay: The Turning of Turkey

Essay: The Turning of Turkey Categories: Iran, Israel, Middle East, Syria, Turkey     Author: Abigail Chernick

Since its decisive re-election in 2007, Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan's Justice and Development Party (AKP) has been re-aligning the country's foreign policy. Under Erdogan's governance, Turkey has been moving away from its 20th century Western orientation and towards an alliance with

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The Conversion Factor Categories: International Jewry, Israel     Author: Amotz Asa-El

Current Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and, indeed, the vast majority of Israelis, agree with Sharon's original view that the partly Jewish immigration of the 1990s, which has since then demonstrated its patriotism, learned Hebrew, and contributed crucially to the economy's development, should be

Europa Europa: Terrorists before Citizens Categories: Europe, Islamic Extremism, Terrorism     Author: Douglas Davis

Under cross-examination, Hamza declared that Jews control the British Foreign Office, the media and the money supply in Britain and the US. In sentencing Hamza, the trial judge said he had "helped to create an atmosphere in which to kill has become regarded by some as not only a legitimate course bu

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Scribblings: Going Green? Categories: Australasia, Israel, Middle East, Palestinians     Author: Tzvi Fleischer

There does seem to be one prediction on which most election analysts agree - the Australian Greens are likely to wind up controlling the balance of power in the Senate. This will be worrying to many in the Australian Jewish community because not only does the Greens party's membership base seem, on

Editorial: Reaffirming Bipartisanship Categories: Australasia, Israel, Middle East     Author: Colin Rubenstein

Once again, the Australian Jewish community is fortunate enough to have the choice between two prime ministerial candidates who strongly defend Israel's right to exist in peace and security. Prime Minister Julia Gillard and Opposition Leader Tony Abbott continue the tradition of Australia's bipartis

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