Is the ALP heading down the road of its British counterpart, where the party has been rocked by scandal after scandal related to amply documented claims of antisemitism since Jeremy Corbyn took the leadership in 2015?
Tony Walker's question "Where are the boundaries between acceptable criticism of Israel's behaviour, and criticism that might be interpreted as prejudiced?" is easily answered (Comment, 18/4).
AIJAC policy analyst Ahron Shapiro examines the preliminary Israeli election results on ABC News Radio.
AIJAC's Ahron Shapiro discusses the upcoming Israeli election on Sky News "Politics HQ", 5 April 2019
Australia must strengthen our arsenal of tools to combat the spread of hate. Effective administration of measures like Section 18C of the Racial Discrimination Act, designed to protect Australians from hate speech, racial vilification and group defamation while still enabling robust protection
Terror. It is the only word to describe the feeling when I stepped into the small hotel room, put down my bag and froze.
Two mornings later I arrived at the beach after the sun had risen. I noticed unusual activity – council workmen on a Sunday. As I came closer, I saw that they were hard at work assessing what was needed to be done to repair the damage done by a different feral creature – a person who had vandalised murals by spray painting swastika graffiti
There is strong evidence that Hezbollah is active in Australia – in the local criminal underworld and from the pulpits of some mosques.
Slavish conformism to conventional wisdom has done practically nothing to resolve the conflict between the Palestinians and Israel, trapping the sides in a stalemate for decades.
Call off the search. For its display of rare global moral leadership, Time Magazine's 2019 “Person of the Year” award should unquestionably go to the International Paralympic Committee (IPC).