Australia/Israel & Jewish Affairs Council

Ed: 35: September/2010

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The Biblio File: The Betrayers Categories: Israel, Palestinians     Author: Paul Monk

In four decades of reading about international affairs and Middle Eastern geopolitics, I do not think I have come across a work of history that more fully illuminates the true sources of Palestinian terrorism and irresolvable conflict with the realities of Israel than does Efraim Karsh's Palestine B

Essay: Decade of Disappointment Categories: Israel, Palestinians     Author: Amotz Asa-El

It's been a decade since Israeli and Palestinian leaders met as peacemakers only to part at loggerheads. Now, with most of the Camp David summit's protagonists long gone from the scene, that ill-fated conclave's military, diplomatic and political repercussions are seen on both sides of the conflict

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The State of the Iranian Revolution Categories: Iran     Author: David Menashri

Since coming to power in 1979, the Islamic Revolution in Iran has had two main aims. First, it wished to remain in power and if this was the aim of the Islamic Revolution, 31 years later, it has been successful. But revolutions don't come about simply to replace one regime with another. They come wi

Hamas' Gaza Killing Spree Categories: Palestinians     Author: Alex Fishman

News stories about bodies found at sea are occasionally published by Gaza newspapers. The number of such bodies isn't huge, yet not all those drowning victims chose to go swimming voluntarily. The Gazans who found their death at sea include mid-level officials at sensitive government ministries, the

Israel's Endangered Deterrence Categories: Israel, Lebanon, Palestinians, Terrorism     Author: Bren Carlill

There are few journalists specialising in strategic and security affairs more experienced than Ron Ben Yishai. After fighting as a paratrooper in the Six Day War, Ben Yishai turned to journalism full time. Since then he has covered, from the battlefield, the Yom Kippur War, the Turkish invasion of C

Fall of the Teflon Terrorist? Categories: Asia, Islamic Extremism, Terrorism     Author: Zachary Abuza

On Aug. 9, 2010, members of Indonesia's elite counter-terrorist police force arrested the militant cleric Abu Bakar Bashir as part of their ongoing investigations into a terrorist training camp discovered in February 2010 in Aceh, plots to kill President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono and scheme to launch


AIR New Zealand: A Tzur Thing Categories: Australasia, Israel     Author: Miriam Bell

When Israel reopened an embassy in Wellington in April this year, it seemed obvious that the new Ambassador, Shemi Tzur, and his staff had a big job in front of them. Almost a decade without on-the-ground representation, as well as some years of troubled diplomatic relations between Israel and New Z

Editorial: In the Balance Categories: Australasia, Israel, Middle East     Author: Colin Rubenstein

The next prime minister of Australia should be whoever can more convincingly promise a stable coalition able to undertake the responsibilities of government more effectively. Overseas and Australian state government experience demonstrates that stable, effective minority government is possible give

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