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Iran uses pro-Palestinian students and criminals as proxies

June 5, 2024 | Ran Porat

The lesson from all of this should be clear: The so-called pro-Palestine student movement is in bed with violent, intolerant and reactionary forces – the antisemitic Iranian regime, which uses the students as proxies to spread instability in the West… The next time you see students shouting hateful slogans on campus against Jews and Israel, remember the reactionary and dark forces they are aligned with.

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Rafah set to re-open, but aid had already been surging into Gaza without it

May 31, 2024 | Alana Schetzer

Egypt has reportedly finally agreed to reopen the Rafah Crossing in southern Gaza, following a three-week stand-off with Israel and the United States that began after the IDF took control of the crossing on the Gaza side on May 7.

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New evidence continues to exonerate Israel in Rafah’s Tel al-Sultan tragedy

May 29, 2024 | Ahron Shapiro

An ongoing IDF investigation into Rafah’s Tel al-Sultan fire that killed a reported 45 displaced Gazans on Monday after a…

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What we currently know about Rafah’s Tel al-Sultan tragedy

May 28, 2024 | Ahron Shapiro

Israel’s Channel 12 evening news reported (translated from the Hebrew) that the attack was carried out according to normal procedures, with targeting protocols and the use of smart bombs, which in similar attacks had generally kept collateral damage small. However, this time, a secondary explosion of some kind occurred. 

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 | Ahron Shapiro

Australian news headlines this morning (May 7) were remarkably consistent. Firstly, they said, Hamas had agreed to a ceasefire in Gaza, and secondly, that Israel had not accepted it and was instead moving ahead with an attack on the southern Gazan city of Rafah, which borders Egypt. The assumptions underlying these stories are misleading…

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 | Oved Lobel

COGAT, the UN and international aid agencies have long been trading accusations about who is responsible for aid shortages and bottlenecks. The answer is that no single party is to blame: aid distribution in any warzone, and particularly in Gaza, is incredibly dangerous and complex, and Israel has to balance military and security priorities with humanitarian aid needs.

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Gaza protests not driven primarily by human rights concerns

May 3, 2024 | Oved Lobel

No encampments were set up across the world to protest the wars in Syria and Sudan, where so many more innocent Arab civilians died. And no other conflict has aroused the rabid passion and hate displayed against Israel, including Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

Channel 7 reporter Matt Shirvington was the first mainstream media figure to falsely claim the Bondi attacker was Jewish student Ben Cohen

Online antisemitic conspiracy theories apparently led to Channel Seven’s mistakes about Bondi attacker

April 22, 2024 | Alana Schetzer

It goes without saying that the Bondi mass murders – which occurred on the late afternoon of April 13 at…

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