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Al Jazeera shows its true colours in coverage of the Trump peace plan

February 13, 2020 | Judy Maynard

No one who has followed for any time the Qatari government-controlled media organisation Al Jazeera should be deluded by its boast to offer “incisive analysis” and “stories … built on a foundation of honesty, fairness, balance, independence, and diversity” – yet too many seem inclined to buy the network’s spin about itself.

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Iranian cyberattacks may increase in the wake of Soleimani’s assassination

February 5, 2020 | Oved Lobel

Cyberattacks against Australian financial and industrial infrastructure could become more serious in coming weeks and months

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Interview: AIJAC’s Jeremy Jones with SBS Radio’s Nitza Lowenstein on promoting tolerance and understanding in Australia

February 3, 2020

AIJAC’s Jeremy Jones interviewed on SBS Radio about promoting tolerance and understanding in Australia

Venezuelan Foreign Minister Jorge Arreaza (L) with Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif (source: Orinoco Tribune)

Downplaying the Hezbollah presence in Latin America: A Fisking

January 29, 2020 | Oved Lobel

The article goes too far in minimising and downplaying Hezbollah and Iranian infrastructure on the continent today.

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Behnam Ben Taleblu interviewed on ABC Radio “PM” about Dr Kylie Moore-Gilbert [Transcript]

January 23, 2020

Recent AIJAC guest Behnam Ben Taleblu interviewed on ABC Radio “PM” on Dr Kylie Moore-Gilbert and Iranian hostage-taking

Jewish people arriving at Auschwitz. 
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Australia represented as states recommit to Holocaust remembrance

January 20, 2020 | Naomi Levin

The Australian Government recommitted to remembering the Holocaust and acknowledging contemporary antisemitism at a meeting in Europe this week.

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Right-wing parties reunite

January 16, 2020 | Ahron Shapiro

Late last night, party lists were finalised for the election for Israel’s 23rd Knesset, which will take place on March…

Labor leader Amir Peretz and Meretz Leader Nitzan Horowitz celebrate their election pact.

Mergers, reshuffles ahead of tonight’s Israeli election deadline

January 15, 2020 | Ahron Shapiro

In the lead-up to Israel’s March 2 election – its third in the past year following two successive failures to…

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Will Iran use fake social media accounts and fake news to try to sway the British election?

December 4, 2019 | Oved Lobel

Wedge issues like Labour Party antisemitism and Brexit would likely play a major role in whatever online campaign Iran is likely to launch, if one isn’t already underway.

Israeli MK Tamar Zandberg on "Q&A"

Some questions need to be asked about recent “Q&A” episode

December 4, 2019 | Jamie Hyams

The fact is that Ms Zandberg is on the far left of Israeli politics. She is even less representative of the Israeli mainstream than a member of the Australian Greens would be of the political mainstream in this country.

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