Human Rights Watch’s latest report accusing Israel of committing possible war crimes during the May 2021 mini-war launched by Hamas in Gaza against Israel is a poorly researched and factually bankrupt smear centred around three incidents, all of which have already been widely reported and explained.
When Golda met Jordana – the ABC offers tarnished history
July 29, 2021 | Allon Lee
As a taxpayer funded broadcaster, the ABC has an obligation to verify that material which goes out under the ABC banner is fair and balanced… It is also required to make a full disclosure if and when potential conflicts of interest arise. This includes informing ABC consumers when a badly flawed historical piece about former Israeli prime minister Gold Meir is written by a local anti-Israel activist.
Push to boycott Israel only prolongs the Palestinian conflict
July 21, 2021
Vote won’t end family unification controversy
July 12, 2021
Brutal new Iranian President raises major policy questions
This new book by experts David Albright – a former senior weapons inspector in Iraq – and Sarah Burkhard from the Institute for Science and International Security, is an important eye-opener.
Essay: Feeding the Future
July 30, 2021 | Zachary Milewicz
Australia and Israel are both countries with the potential to play major roles in the coming AgTech revolution. This is all the more true if the two countries cooperate – especially via a proposed free trade agreement between Australia and Israel currently being seriously contemplated in Canberra.
Deconstruction Zone: Ice Cream for Hatred
July 30, 2021 | Ben-Dror Yemini
I do not like boycotts, for they are seldom justified. Nor am I a devout supporter of Israeli rule in Judea and Samaria [the West Bank]. And although your ice cream has been my favourite until now, from this point on I intend to boycott it.