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Letter: Multiculturalism makes core values stronger

It is disappointing that Andrew Bolt (August 2) sees only the trees of alleged failures in social cohesion rather than the forest of successful Australian multiculturalism.

Dr Colin Rubenstein on Israel’s Nation-State law – SBS World News

AIJAC Executive Director Dr Colin Rubenstein was interviewed by SBS World News for a report on Israel's controversial Nation-State law

Letter: Israel Law is Not Racist

The report, Israel backs “racist” state law (World, 21-22/7) focuses on those who believe the law is racist. In reality, while controversial, it merely codifies some of Israel’s current laws, relating to issues such as Israel being the nation-state of the Jewish people, the flag and the national anthem as a basic law.

Myths and Facts about Israel’s controversial new Nation-State law

Israel’s new Jewish Nation-State law, passed in the Knesset on July 19, has been greeted with widespread condemnation abroad. Yet upon closer examination much of the criticism appears to be based upon misinterpretations and assumptions that go beyond the actual wording of the law.

Devious Gaza terrorists don’t seek peace – they’d prefer dead Israelis

If we are to achieve peace between Israel and the Palestinians, it won’t happen if we are unable to shift the biased mindset towards Israel. It was somewhat heartening that when Hamas followed up its so-called Great March of Return protests in May with rocket attacks on civilian targets in Israel, some of the broader international censure was appropriately directed at the Hamas leadership.

Tzvi Fleischer discusses Israel’s Nation State law

AIJAC's Dr Tzvi Fleischer discusses Israel's controversial new Nation State law on ABC News24 on 20 July 2018.

Time to rein in state with deadly intent

With widespread, daily protests in the streets, and shouts of “death to the dictator” heard in Tehran, the Iranian regime is under pressure like seldom before.
Breaking The Silence: The AIJAC perspective

Breaking The Silence: The AIJAC perspective

This post contains AIJAC's responses to a series of question put to us by the Australian Jewish News with regard to the controversial Israeli group "Breaking the Silence", whose Executive Director, Avner Gvaryahu, will be visiting Australia shortly.

Gaza deaths a Hamas win

Gaza deaths a Hamas win, but underline Palestinian leadership failures

The loss of 60 Palestinian lives along the Israel-Gaza border on Monday was indeed tragic and heartbreaking.

Yet these deaths were not the result of anything resembling a peaceful protest, despite claims to the contrary...


Video: Jamie Hyams on Gaza border violence

AIJAC's Jamie Hyams appeared on Sky News AM Agenda with Kieran Gilbert to discuss the violence on the Gaza border