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Essay: Spreading the Hate

Sociopolitical developments of the last decades have led to new arguments that have become part of hate discourse – namely, that European culture and traditions are being endangered by immigrants who will replace it.

Scare Trade

Fast forward ten months to today, and we can now fairly evaluate the PLO’s cardamom boycott in two words: Epic fail. Guatemala’s cardamom continues to be in high demand globally. 

Yossi Kuperwasser on Jerusalem, Gaza and Iran

Brig. Gen. (res.) Yossi Kuperwasser of the Jerusalem Centre for Public Affairs discusses the Jerusalem embassy issue, Gaza border unrest, Iran and the nuclear deal.

Noted and Quoted – September 2018

Tears for the truth  Olfat Mahmoud, who was born in 1958 in a Lebanese refugee camp for Palestinians displaced during the 1948 Arab-Israeli war, visited...

Media Microscope: Fanning the flames

The Cassandras were out and about in August, warning that multiculturalism has failed in Australia.  Formerly One Nation Senator Fraser Anning, now in Katter’s Australian...

The Last Word: Pernicious, Pervasive and Poisonous

What I was hearing from them was that, behind closed doors, attitudes which were more identified with far-right racists were not uncommon and that these were to a degree validated by obsessive anti-Israel monomania – and by others quite happy to treat Jews as political footballs.

Humanitarians or Hamas sympathisers?

Numerous question marks have been raised about the conduct and associations of Islamic Relief Worldwide. In fact, the organisation was banned from operating in Israel and the West Bank in 2014 after the Shin Bet found evidence Islamic Relief Worldwide provides funding for Hamas...

AIJAC welcomes new PM Morrison, thanks Turnbull and Bishop

The Australia/Israel and Jewish Affairs Council (AIJAC) today extended its sincere congratulations to newly elected Prime Minister and Liberal party leader Scott Morrison and deputy leader Josh Frydenberg.

Could Bachelet and Bishop help reform the UN Human Rights Council?

The newly appointed United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights is a Companion of the Order of Australia and led a government described by the Israeli media as “the most Jewish government in the world” outside of Israel. She also has a challenge on her hands.

AIJAC condemns remarks by Senator Fraser Anning

The Australia/Israel & Jewish Affairs Council (AIJAC) today condemned remarks made by Senator Fraser Anning in his maiden speech to the Australian Senate yesterday.

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