U.N. Security Council Resolution 338 – 1973

July 12, 2006

In the later stages of the Yom Kippur War â?? after Israel repulsed the Syrian attack on the Golan Heights and established a bridgehead on the Egyptian side of the Suez Canal â?? international efforts to stop the fighting were intensified.

U.N. Security Council Resolution 242 – 1967

July 12, 2006

Following the June 1967, Six-Day War, the situation in the Middle East was discussed by the UN General Assembly, which referred the issue to the Security Council.

Israel in the Australian Media

July 12, 2005 | Tzvi Fleischer

The Australian media focuses disproportionately on Israel and particularly on the Arab-Israeli conflict. The bias in this coverage derives partly from trends imported from international sources, especially certain “narrative frames.”

Sharon-Bush Exchange of Letters – 2004

June 8, 2004

Israel is committed to the peace process, and aspires to reach a mutual agreement on the basis of two states for two peoples, the State of Israel as the state of the Jewish people and a Palestinian state for the Palestinian people, as part of the realisation of President [George W.] Bush’s vision.

Prof. Alan Dershowitz at AIJAC’s 30th Anniversary Gala – 2004

March 31, 2004

I am thrilled to be here tonight on behalf of one of the great Jewish organisations in the world today, indeed one of the great organisations in the world today.

SBS-TV and the Middle East

October 20, 2003 | AIJAC staff

This report originates in the long-running concern of the Australian Jewish community that SBS exhibits an entrenched and strongly pronounced bias against Israel in its news, reportage and selection of documentary material and in the lack of responsiveness, indeed negativity, of SBS to reasoned and documented complaints. It examines the problem of bias in SBS news and current affairs coverage of the Arab-Israeli conflict.

International Law and the Arab-Israel Conflict

October 13, 2003 | Julius Stone

The late Professor Julius Stone was recognised as one of the twentieth century’s leading authorities on the Law of Nations. Israel and Palestine, which appeared in 1980, presented a detailed analysis of the central principles of international law governing the issues raised by the Arab-Israel conflict.

Roadmap to a Permanent Solution to the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict – 2003

June 8, 2003

The following is a performance-based and goal-driven roadmap… under the auspices of the Quartet [the United States, European Union, United Nations, and Russia]. The destination is a final and comprehensive settlement of the Israel-Palestinian conflict by 2005…

Honouring Prime Minister John Howard – 2002

February 12, 2002

Australian Prime Minister John Howard was honored at a January 30 luncheon at AJC headquarters in New York, hosted by the American Jewish Committee (AJC) and its Australian partner, the Australia/Israel Jewish Affairs Council (AIJAC).

Sharm el-Sheikh Fact-Finding Committee (Mitchell) Report – 2001

April 30, 2001

The Government of Israel (GOI) and the Palestinian Authority (PA) must act swiftly and decisively to halt the violence. Their immediate objectives then should be to rebuild confidence and resume negotiations.

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