Dr. Daniel Pipes on ABC Lateline [transcript]

Dr. Daniel Pipes on ABC Lateline [transcript]

August 22, 2011

AIJAC guest and Middle East expert Dr. Daniel Pipes appeared on ABC TV Lateline discussing Egypt, Syria and Libya, and was also interviewed by Brisbane Radio 4BC’s Gary Hardgrave.

Dr. Pipes says the transition in Egypt, the current violence in Israel and the fates of Syria and Libya all have uncertain and potentially bad outcomes.

Ehud Ya’ari on breaking developments in Syria, Jordan, Lebanon, Egypt and Libya

April 15, 2011

In an exclusive interview with Simon Wiesenthal Center’s Rabbi Abraham Cooper, Ehud Ya’ari-Israel’s foremost expert on Arab Affairs, provides quick insights on seismic developments in Israel’s volatile neighborhood,including Syria, Jordan, Egypt, Lebanon and Libya. Why Hezbollah is quiet for now and what’s Hamas’ strategy in Gaza.

Fighting Terrorism: One Lawsuit at a Time – Nitsana Darshan-Leitner

March 9, 2011

Israeli lawyer and activist Nitsana Darshan-Leitner speaks on “Fighting Terrorism: One Lawsuit at a Time” for the Hans & Gini Bachrach Memorial Oration in Melbourne, Australia, 14 February 2011

Factsheet: the Israel-Lebanon border incident

August 4, 2010

Overnight, a border clash between Israeli and Lebanese troops left five people dead. While statements from both sides have been reported in most Australian media, some contextualising facts have been excluded by some media.

Factsheet: The Gaza Flotilla

Factsheet: The Gaza Flotilla

June 1, 2010

Israel considers itself to be in a state of war with Hamas-ruled Gaza; Being at war with Hamas, Israel is within its rights to enforce a maritime blockade on Gaza in order to prevent Hamas from obtaining weapons and other materiel that would aid its war effort

AIJAC Guest Dr. Jonathan Spyer speaking to Fran Kelly on ABC “Radio National”

March 18, 2009

Israeli prime minister-elect Benjamin Netanyahu could complete the final make-up of his new government by tomorrow. Questions are being asked about the prospects for peace under a new government, and how well they are likely to mesh with the agenda of the Obama administration.

Symposium: Perceptions of the Middle East and the Gaza War – Australia

March 18, 2009 | Colin Rubenstein

The reaction of Australia’s government, media, and elite, and public opinion to Israel’s December 2008-January 2009 military operations against Hamas in Gaza was mixed. At the government level, both the Labor government as well as the Liberal opposition voiced strong, consistent, and principled support for Israel’s right to defend itself.

Antisemitism in Australia – 2007/08

December 3, 2008 | Jeremy Jones

During the twelve months ending September 30, 2008, 652 reports were recorded of “racist violence” against Jewish Australians. These incidents included physical assault, vandalism, threatening telephone calls, hate mail, graffiti, leaflets, posters and abusive emails. This exceeded by 2% the previous highest total, recorded in the year ending September 30, 2007. It was more than twice the previous average annual total.

Submission to Senate Committee Inquiry into Academic Freedom – 2008

August 22, 2008 | AIJAC staff

AIJAC’s position in this matter is that academic freedom is a right that should be respected, and that the balance between the right of academic freedom and the duty to educate students – as well as maximise excellence in academic research grounded in analytical clarity and quality empirical evidence – is one that can be maintained.

Alexander Downer speech to American Jewish Committee upon receiving the Ramer Award for Excellence in Diplomacy, Washington D.C.

May 9, 2008

The Australian and American Jewish communities have a lot in common. In both cases Jews have found in our countries the peace and tolerance which was denied them over the centuries in Europe and the Middle East: but they have not only found freedom and tolerance in Australia and America, they have contributed mightily to our two societies.

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