Afghanistan’s ISKP remains primarily a regional threat for now
October 5, 2023 | Oved Lobel
It may well be that my 2021 assessments on ISKP’s future will eventually turn out to be correct. Yet for now, just over two years since the US withdrawal, the Taliban crackdown is mostly keeping the group in check and there still seem to be enough intelligence sources in and around Afghanistan to disrupt any plots – if any concrete plots, as opposed to aspirations, even exist – directed at the West.
Palestinians declare war on main benefactor UNRWA over required pledge not to discriminate
October 3, 2023 | Allon Lee
UNRWA’s stellar record of support for both Palestinian welfare and Palestinian political demands counted for little two weeks ago when the Palestinian Authority (PA), Hamas and many other Palestinian civic and religious organisations declared war on UNRWA.
Morocco and Israel: A disaster underscores how the Abraham Accords have changed the region
September 19, 2023 | Alana Schetzer
Israel and Morocco have a unique relationship that, thanks to the links forged by Morocco’s once extensive Jewish community, has roots dating back thousands of years, but was only converted to full diplomatic relations a few years ago.
After over 7 months of silence, Government rejects nearly all Senate recommendations on Iran
September 14, 2023 | Oved Lobel
Just why the Australian Government continues to refuse to coordinate with its allies when it comes to sanctions on Iran, and is content to self-evidently lag behind other nations in its statements and actions, remains a mystery.
NSW Parliament pays tribute to AIJAC’s Jeremy Jones, OBM
September 14, 2023 | AIJAC staff
“Jeremy Jones was that rarest and best of leaders. He led not just by position but also by example. He was a genuinely good man who showed us by his professional life and also by his personal life how we can all live best together, with understanding and respect.”
Sept. 2023 IAEA report: Iran lies and edges even closer to nuclear weapons
September 12, 2023 | Ran Porat
Attempts to present a positive spin on the Agency’s latest findings about Iran’s nuclear weapons program amount to nothing more than a smokescreen.
Is UNESCO Going to Erase Jewish History From Another Israeli City?
September 11, 2023 | Justin Amler
UNESCO is supposed to be a body that preserves the cultural history of the world. Yet by furthering and facilitating the Palestinian agenda of erasing Jewish history from the Land of Israel, UNESCO is not only failing in its mission, but completely subverting it by participating in the corruption and falsification of history itself.
Israel and PNG: A relationship built upon faith
September 8, 2023 | Alana Schetzer
After some months of anticipation, Papua New Guinea (PNG) opened its embassy in Israel’s capital Jerusalem on September 5, with visiting PNG Prime Minister James Marape declaring it a “milestone moment” for the Christian-majority South Pacific nation.
Organised crime, police crisis fuel Arab murder epidemic in Israel
September 6, 2023 | Ahron Shapiro
A leadership body representing Israel’s Arab communities called a “state of emergency” and a general strike on September 5 to protest intra-Arab violent crime, murders and assassinations, which have soared to unprecedented levels this year.
Australia must do more about Iran
August 25, 2023 | Oved Lobel
Instead of focusing solely on Israeli–Palestinian issues, Australian pressure should also be directed towards the Iranian regime over its piracy, terrorism, nuclear program, regional destabilisation, weapons proliferation and material support for Russia.