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In Gaza, taking no sides, but showing only one

July 11, 2019 | Ahron Shapiro

Todd Sampson’s Body Hack, whose third season premier was filmed in the Gaza Strip from the perspective of Palestinian protesters,…

A promotional image used by the BBC for its Panorama investigation into antisemitism in the UK Labour Party.

BBC accuses Corbyn allies of hijacking antisemitism investigations

July 11, 2019 | Naomi Levin

The antisemitism crisis in the UK Labour Party has escalated again, after a respected BBC current affairs show revealed that there was a backlog of 1000 antisemitism allegations waiting to be dealt with, while the Labour leader’s office has allegedly obstructed those in the party responsible for investigating antisemitism.

An attacked oil tanker near the Persian Gulf has sparked debate in the media about Iran policy

Iran debate brings out conspiracy theorists and Israel bashers

July 10, 2019 | Sarah Jacobs

Recent publications discussing Iran policy attracted conspiratorial and antisemitic claims in the comments section.

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Full transcript of ABC Radio “PM” interview on Iran with nuclear expert David Albright

July 10, 2019 | AIJAC staff

Last night ABC Radio “PM” broadcast an interview on the Iran nuclear issue with David Albright, physicist, former weapons inspector, and founder and President of the non-profit Institute for Science and International Security in Washington, D.C.  Albright had some important insights, seldom heard in the Australian debate, into the Iran nuclear issue.

Saleh al-Arouri (left), Hamas' liaison to Iran and alleged chief of its Istanbul office, meets with Hezbollah Secretary-General Hassan Nasrallah in Beirut in 2017

New revelations from inside Hamas

July 10, 2019 | Oved Lobel

What these two sons of senior Hamas officials have to tell us about the organisation and its external relationships are of great analytical value, and provide a deeper understanding of the terrorist group, its capabilities and its supporters.

A poster of Fadi al-Batash, the Hamas engineer assassinated in Malaysia in April 2018 (AFP)

Hamas’ Global footprint

July 4, 2019 | Oved Lobel

While Hamas is often discussed solely in the context of its rule over the Gaza strip, it retains a wider regional and even global presence.

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New generation of Lebanese Palestinians demand normal lives

July 1, 2019 | Ahron Shapiro

Since 2011, tens of thousands of Palestinians living in refugee camps in Lebanon have apparently been influenced by the exodus of Syrian refugees in their midst to Europe and made the decision to also start new lives elsewhere

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Australia calls for more Holocaust education to fight antisemitism

June 28, 2019 | Naomi Levin

During a debate in the United Nations General Assembly this week, Australia encouraged increased Holocaust education as a way of fighting antisemitism.

The antisemitic political cartoon printed in the international edition of the New York Times, April 25, 2019 (Photo by Raoul Wootliff/Times of Israel).

Of Cartoons and Comments: Another innocuous opinion piece brings out the antisemitic trolls

June 26, 2019 | Sarah Jacobs

A Sydney Morning Herald opinion piece about editorial cartoons attracted antisemitic comments.

Aftermath of the Hezbollah bus bombing against Israeli tourists in Burgas, Bulgaria, in July 2012 (AP/Impact Press Group)

Hezbollah’s explosive global plans: London explosives cache highlights terror group’s stockpiling efforts for shadow war with Israel

June 17, 2019 | Oved Lobel

The UK stockpile of ammonium nitrate only adds meat to the bones of what is already a well-known pattern; namely, that Hezbollah remains a virulently antisemitic transnational terrorist organisation, forever striving to murder Jews across the globe

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