Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s announcement that Australia would consider recognising west Jerusalem as Israel’s capital and east Jerusalem as the capital of a future Palestinian state has left Greens senators seething.
AIJAC congratulates Yazidi human rights activist Nadia Murad, a co-recipient of the 2018 Nobel Peace Prize, for her work “to end the use of sexual violence as a weapon of war and armed conflict.”
US President Donald Trump has just expressed in clearest terms his support for a two-state peace for Israel and the Palestinians.
The newly appointed United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights is a Companion of the Order of Australia and led a government described by the Israeli media as “the most Jewish government in the world” outside of Israel. She also has a challenge on her hands.
AIJAC policy analyst Naomi Levin was interviewed for a report on Radio 2SER about Israel's controversial new Nation-State law.
Although not in the headlines quite as often as the “terror tunnels” Hamas and associated terrorist groups in the Gaza strip construct into Israel to kill or kidnap soldiers and civilians, the subterranean tunnel economy between Gaza and the Sinai Peninsula in Egypt is just as important and just as dangerous.
Over 170 rockets and mortars have been fired by Hamas and other terrorist groups into Israel over the past 24 hours
The meeting in Helsinki between US President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin has been surrounded by controversy... However, the two leaders were also apparently able to discuss some mutual interests, including a common concern for the security of Israel
Over the past few days, the New York Times, Washington Post and other major international news outlets have published additional significant information that Israel has publicly revealed drawn from the vast trove of Iranian nuclear documents
The official Palestinian response to the Australian Government’s decision to redirect $10 million in foreign aid to the Palestinians has been undiplomatic, to say the least.