Israel took out terrorist leaders, Palestinian Islamic Jihad fired 450+ rockets at the Israeli population, but what did these actions achieve? Israeli security analyst Ehud Yaari helps us to understand how the recent skirmish is part of the bigger picture.
AIJAC's Colin Rubenstein on UK Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn: "It is up to the mainstream leadership of society, be it British, Australian or anywhere else, to condemn this extremism, this bigotry and racism, in this case, particularly, the antisemitism"
With Israeli voters facing the prospects of a third election in 12 months and Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu now facing corruption charges, AIJAC's Ahron Shapiro helps us get across the latest in Israeli politics.
With its decision to declare Israeli settlements in the West Bank legal, the US is saying to the Palestinians that the longer they wait to return to negotiations with Israel, the more costly it will be for them. Watch veteran Israel broadcaster and analyst Ehud Ya'ari's full remarks.
AIJAC guest Ehud Yaari discussed Israeli politics and the Middle East at the Sydney Institute on 4 November 2019.
AIJAC guest Ehud Yaari appeared on ABC News 24 with Beverly O'Connor to discuss the complicated post-election negotiations to form a governing coalition in Israel. He also discussed legal process around the Malka Leifer case.
Israeli counter-terrorism expert Boaz Ganor considers ISIS after the fall of the Caliphate and the killing of Al-Baghdadi.
The first Royal Australian Air Force plane has landed in the Middle East as part of Australia's contribution to protecting maritime security in the Strait of Hormuz.
AIJAC guest Behnam Ben Taleblu, fellow at the Foundation for the Defence of Democracies, discusses Iran's Australian detainees and tensions with Saudi Arabia on SkyNews "The Kenny Report", 16 September 2019.
isiting AIJAC guest and Iran expert Behnam Ben Taleblu from the Foundation for Defence of Democracies addressed the Sydney Institute to update guests on the relationship between Iran and the United States.