Malaysian PM Anwar with the late Iranian President Raisi in Kuala Lumpur, November 2023 (Image: Facebook/Anwar Ibrahim)

Malaysia’s role in supporting Iran’s terrorism

May 23, 2024 | Alana Schetzer

Iran is using Malaysia as a gateway to finance its terrorism activities – including Hamas’ ongoing deadly attacks against Israel – according to the United States Government.

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Claiming the International Court of Justice found accusations of genocide against Israel were “plausible” is just false

May 21, 2024 | Greg Rose

An ABC online report on May 15 2024 misreported a decision of the UN’s International Court of Justice (ICJ) against Israel. They said that the ICJ decided that South Africa’s “accusations of genocide were plausible.” Similar language has often been used by other media outlets as well.

Hamas leader Yahya Sinwar (Image: Shutterstock)

Hamas’ so-called ceasefire “acceptance” is just spin to pressure Israel

May 7, 2024

Aid trucks crossing into Gaza in May 2021 (image: Shutterstock/Anas-Mohammed)

Aid delivery and distribution in Gaza: Logistical and security bottlenecks

May 3, 2024

Palestinian Red Crescent workers from Al-Najjar Hospital in the city of Rafah, south of the Gaza Strip, on January 10, 2024 (Image: Shutterstock)

Hamas’ impossible casualty figures

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After the Israel-Hamas ceasefire for hostages deal

The South African legal team at the ICJ (Screenshot)

The appalling politicisation and misrepresentation of the ICJ

May 28, 2024 | Colin Rubenstein

One has to be profoundly concerned with the ongoing politicisation of the International Court of Justice (ICJ) and its growing association with abusive lawfare against Israel.

Karim A. A. Khan KC, Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (ICC)

Why ICC’s ingrained bias ensures no fair ‘trials’ for Israel

May 24, 2024 | Greg Rose

The problem is not a failure to hold Israel to account, it is a more fundamental failure to treat Israel equally under law. Just as Jews were once excluded from polite society, and subjected to double standards, today Israel is treated as the Jew of the nations to be excluded from international society.

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Australia’s failing campus report card

May 22, 2024 | Tammy Reznik

Jewish students on campus have felt so aggrieved and threatened by the level of aggression and attacks at these camps, that many have simply stayed away from university. Moreover, many institutions are effectively encouraging students and Jewish staff to stay away “for their own safety,” as one teacher was told in an email.

IDF tanks in the Rafah crossing precinct (Image: X/ Twitter)

Behind the News – June 2024

May 29, 2024 | AIJAC staff

The IDF took control of the Rafah crossing on the border with Egypt on May 7, and reportedly found numerous smuggling tunnels from Sinai into Gaza along the border.

The late Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi (Image: Shutterstock)

Death of a Butcher

May 29, 2024 | Charlotte Lawson

Raisi won the favour of Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei and the ire of the Iranian people for a track record of crushing political dissent dating back to the earliest days of his career. Throughout the Middle East, he helped strengthen Iran’s network of loyal proxies, setting the stage for Hamas’ October 7 attack and, months later, a direct confrontation with Israel.

Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court, Karim Khan (Image: Shutterstock)

Editorial: A shift towards lawfare

May 29, 2024 | Colin Rubenstein

Israel’s ongoing cautious and targeted operations in Rafah notwithstanding, it has become increasingly evident that the war that Hamas launched against Israel on October 7 has now significantly expanded outside the battlefield to places like The Hague, the United Nations, the cabinets of European governments, and university campuses.

ICC Chief Prosecutor Karim Khan (centre) announces his request for arrest warrants against Israeli and Hamas leaders on May 20 (Screenshot)


May 29, 2024

Israeli PM Netanyahu with Gilad Shalit following the lop-sided 2011 prisoner swap deal that led to his freedom (Image: Isranet)

Essay: Redeeming the hostages

Apr 26, 2024

The anti-Israel schadenfreude which followed the Iranian attack on Israel represents a disturbing side of human nature (Image: X/Twitter)

The Last Word: The iniquity of schadenfreude

Apr 26, 2024

Yayha Sinwar: The “Butcher of Khan Yunis” who became the mastermind of October 7 (Image: Shutterstock)

Demented or just diabolical

Apr 26, 2024

A meeting between Israeli leaders and officials and their US counterparts to discuss Gaza (Image: Flickr)

Rafah: Squaring the circle

Apr 26, 2024

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Biblio File: Navigating the diplomatic labyrinth

Apr 26, 2024

NZ Foreign Minister Winston Peters at the UN (Screenshot)

AIR New Zealand: Grading NZ’s new government 

Apr 26, 2024

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Media Microscope: Beyond all recognition?

Apr 26, 2024

Yahya Sinwar and his brother Mohammed, who has long been his irreplaceable right-hand man (Image: X/Twitter)

Sinwar and the Hamas leadership abroad

Apr 26, 2024