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History’s lessons vital to counter extremism

January 18, 2021 | Sharyn Mittelman

THE recent shocking events at the US Capitol have underlined how extremists around the world are promoting racist conspiracy theories, recruiting online and trying to provoke “race wars” — and helped cause the violence we saw in Washington. Meanwhile, Australian security agencies continue to warn about the growth of far-right extremism here.

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Beware Turkey’s normalisation noise

January 7, 2021 | Oved Lobel

Absent concrete Turkish concessions or a substantial change in the regional situation, no Israeli interests can be served by humouring Erdogan’s outreach or indulging Turkey’s progressively more appalling demands and activities.

An Iranian man walks by a billboard of slain Iranian nuclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh in Tehran, on November 30, 2020. (AFP)

We are at a pivotal moment for addressing the Iranian nuclear threat

December 15, 2020 | Ahron Shapiro

Taken on face value, the November 27 assassination of top Iranian nuclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, like the targeted killing of Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps commander Qassem Soleimani last January, would appear to be aimed at breaking the momentum of Iranian aggression in the region…

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How Biden (and Australia) should pressure Iran

December 3, 2020 | Jamie Hyams

The freeing of Kylie Moore-Gilbert, the Australian academic imprisoned in Iran on trumped-up espionage charges, and the killing of Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, the head of Iran’s nuclear program, have seen Iran highlighted in our news recently. They have also demonstrated yet again the true nature of Iran’s Islamist regime.

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War between Armenia and Azerbaijan highlights Turkey–Israel tensions

November 26, 2020 | Oved Lobel

No matter how deeply embedded Israel is in Azerbaijan technologically, militarily and economically, Turkey’s influence there will likely always be greater.

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Interview: AIJAC’s Ahron Shapiro with SBS Radio’s Nitza Lowenstein on what a Biden Administration may mean for Israel, Iran and the Peace Process

November 16, 2020 | Ahron Shapiro

Ahron Shapiro: Shalom, I am Ahron Shapiro, a senior policy analyst at the Australia/Israel & Jewish Affairs Council.   Nitza…

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QAnon is more than a conspiracy

October 19, 2020 | Naomi Levin

Daily Telegraph, October 19 2020   This week, in a move described as a “hammer blow” to the QAnon movement…

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Israel in the Media: AIJAC’s Tzvi Fleischer speaks to J-AIR radio

October 13, 2020

AIJAC’s Dr. Tzvi Fleischer discusses ‘Israel in the Australian media’ with David Schulberg of the community radio program ‘The Israel Connexion’ on J-AIR radio and www.j-air.com.au. The discussion is based in part on reviewing and updating an article by Dr. Fleischer, titled ‘Israel in the Australian Media’, published in the Jewish Political Studies Review some years ago.

A media relationship that must end

October 8, 2020 | Judy Maynard

It is well past time for the relationships between Australia’s taxpayer-funded state broadcasters and a propaganda outlet for a repressive, pro-Islamist state to fully come to an end.  

Foreign Minister Retno Marsudi speaking at a virtual extraordinary Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) meeting on September 30. (Courtesy of Indonesian Foreign Ministry)

Indonesia, the Palestinians and the new Middle East

October 5, 2020 | Colin Rubenstein

Indonesia could now take advantage of the OIC’s internal division over normalization with Israel and reassess, like so many others, its own policies on the matter

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