Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi and head of Iran's Atomic Organisation Mohammad Eslami (R) speaking to media during a visit to Bushehr nuclear power plant, in the city of Bushehr, southern Iran, 8 October 2021. (Image: EPA/AAP)

New revelations: Iran apparently spied on the UN nuclear watchdog

June 2, 2022 | Ran Porat

Documents from Iran’s secret nuclear archive indicate that Teheran stole or had access to secret internal documents of the UN nuclear watchdog, which was trying to supervise its atomic activities and investigate Teheran’s secret efforts to build nuclear bombs.

Al Jazeera's Ahmed Mansour (Screenshot)

Al Jazeera hearts anti-Israel terrorism (continued)

May 30, 2022 | Judy Maynard

Al Jazeera’s endless toleration of the one-sided, partisan and unprofessional public statements of its employees belies its stated commitment to upholding recognised journalistic ethics and undermines its credibility as a news organisation.

Shireen Abu Akleh

Tragedy of journalist’s death exploited to intensify conflict

May 17, 2022 | Ahron Shapiro

It may be impossible to know for sure, since the Palestinian Authority has refused to participate in a joint investigation with Israel, the US or other parties to conclusively determine the source of the fire that killed Abu Akleh

Australian Citizen's Party head Craig Isherwood (Screenshot)

Laughing all the way to the postal bank: The LaRouchites in the 2022 Election

May 17, 2022 | Judy Maynard

One political party you won’t be hearing much about before, during or after the upcoming federal election on May 21 is the Australian Citizens Party (ACP). This is despite the fact that it is one of the longest established parties contesting this election and, surprisingly, one of the best funded.

Greens Senator Mehreen Faruqi with a Palestinian keffiyeh in parliament, May 2021. (source: Twitter)

Pre-election extremism from the Greens

April 29, 2022 | Naomi Levin

The Australian public, and especially voters, should take this new radical Greens stance on Israel, boycotts, and the Palestinians into consideration in all interactions with the party.

Al Jazeera's Ahmed Mansour (Screenshot)

Al Jazeera employees openly barrack for the terrorists attacking Israeli civilians

April 21, 2022 | Judy Maynard

Approving of the terror attacks against Israeli civilians were the social media accounts of high profile employees of the jewel in the Qatari media crown, Al Jazeera – amongst them repeat offenders when it comes to flouting the norms of journalistic standards and openly supporting terrorism.

Palestinian extremists ready stones inside the Al-Aqsa Mosque on April 15. Source: Twitter

‘Al-Aqsa in danger’: The libel fomenting the current Jerusalem violence

April 20, 2022 | Ahron Shapiro

April 18 saw the first rocket launched into Israel from Gaza in four months, as clashes between violent Palestinian gangs and Jerusalem police continued for a third day near the Al-Aqsa Mosque and along the Temple Mount in Jerusalem.

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Iranian cyberattacks on Israel are unsophisticated, but remain a constant and serious nuisance

April 12, 2022 | Oved Lobel

Iran continues to demonstrate that, while it lags far behind other adversaries like Russia, China and North Korea in cyberspace, it still has the capacity to be a major nuisance in this sphere.

Scene of the attack in Tel Aviv (Photo: Twitter)

Terror wave reaches Tel Aviv

April 8, 2022 | Ahron Shapiro

The number of Israelis killed in the latest terror wave has increased to 13 after a shooting attack outside a pub in central Tel Aviv on Thursday night (April 7) claimed two lives.

Yamina MK Idit Silman has precipitated a coalition crisis. Photo: Wikipedia

Israel’s ruling coalition has lost its majority. Now what?

April 6, 2022 | Ahron Shapiro

The surprise announcement on Wednesday morning, April 6, in Israel by Coalition Leader Idit Silman of Prime Minister Naftali Bennett’s…

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