Naftali Bennett’s views on Palestinian state more nuanced than reported
June 16, 2021 | Ahron Shapiro
With Australians waking up on June 14 to the news that Naftali Bennett had replaced Binyamin Netanyahu as Israel’s prime minister, local news outlets were left with the task of providing Australians with a profile of Bennett, an Israeli politician who is hardly a household name here.
Al Jazeera thanked by Hamas for “exemplary coverage,” as reporter’s story of Jerusalem arrest appears to be debunked
June 11, 2021 | Judy Maynard and AIJAC staff
The Al Jazeera TV network just received a certificate of appreciation for its “exemplary coverage” of the recent Israel-Hamas conflict, according to Israeli media reports.
Increasing IAEA warnings about Iran
June 8, 2021
For the Record: Federal parliamentary statements on the recent Israel-Hamas conflict
June 7, 2021
Reframing Gaza: Iran’s multi-front war against Israel
June 4, 2021
Israel poised to install most ideologically diverse government ever
June 2, 2021 | Lt. Gen. Richard Natonski and Jonathan Ruhe
With a ceasefire announced in Gaza, it’s crucial to apply the lessons learned to a likely future conflict with Hezbollah, and probably Iran, in Lebanon and beyond.
Essay: The Knock
June 2, 2021 | Yaakov Katz
What the IDF knew was that Hamas was storing its weapons in homes, in apartment buildings and under schools, mosques and hospitals. If a war erupted, Israel had to find a way to attack the targets while, at the same time, minimising civilian casualties and collateral damage.
Media Microscope: One Side Now
June 2, 2021 | Allon Lee
As Hamas’ latest war rolled on, an “open letter” exhorted Australia’s media to “DoBetterOnPalestine” by avoiding “both siderism that equates the victims of a military occupation with its instigators” and to “make space for Palestinian perspectives, prioritising the voices of those most affected by the violence.”