Ed: 49: July/2024

This placard expresses the ultimate purpose of the anti-Zionist movement – a world without the collective Jew (Image: X/Twitter)

Essay: The Placard Strategy

July 4, 2024 | Einat Wilf

A far-right graphic makes caricatured Jews responsible for everything the far-right hates

Deconstruction Zone: The conspiracy trap

July 4, 2024 | Dave Rich

The “encampment” at the University of Sydney (Image: X/Twitter)

The Last Word: What is a university?

July 4, 2024 | Rabbi Ralph Genende

Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah: Threatening not only Cyprus but all maritime activity in the Eastern Mediterranean (Image: X/Twitter)

Cyprus and the Hezbollah maritime threat

July 4, 2024 | David Schenker, Farzin Nadimi, Hanin Ghaddar

IDF Lt. Col. Dotan Razili, a home front brigade commander, guarding the evacuated northern community of Kibbutz Eilon (Image: Charlotte Lawson)

On the frontlines in Israel’s north

July 4, 2024 | Charlotte Lawson

New York Times columnist Bret Stephens speaking to AIJAC in Melbourne: “There will never be any long-term peace in the region as long as the Islamic Republic rules Persia”

Bret Stephens on Israel’s War for Survival

July 4, 2024 | Oved Lobel

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken with Israeli PM Netanyahu: US-Israel agreement on the essential parameters for post-war Gaza remains indispensible (Image: GPO/Flickr)

How to End the War in Gaza

July 3, 2024 | David Makovsky, Dennis Ross

An encampment at the University of Canterbury, Christchurch (Image: X/Twitter)

AIR New Zealand: Double standards and discomfort on campuses

July 3, 2024 | Miriam Bell

Image: Shutterstock

Noted and Quoted – July 2024

July 3, 2024 | AIJAC staff

The Israeli Cabinet: Old political alliances are now teetering on a precipice (Image: GPO/Flickr)

Government rocked by Court conscription ruling

July 3, 2024 | Ilan Evyatar

Siti Nurhaliza hitting the high notes with Canadian composer David Foster (screenshot)

Asia Watch: The Same Old Song

July 3, 2024 | Michael Shannon

Foreign Minister Senator Penny Wong and Opposition Foreign Affairs spokesperson Senator Simon Birmingham had an exchange regarding “Palestine” recognition (Screenshots)

Rough Estimates in the Senate

July 3, 2024 | Jamie Hyams

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