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Far Right, UK Labour and beyond: antisemitism in Europe today

A change in tone in European politics is leading to the normalisation of antisemitism on the continent according to analyst James Kirchick, who has spent time researching European politics.

AIJAC guest James Kirchick on Iran, Russia and China [audio]

AIJAC guest and Brookings Institution fellow James Kirchick joined Brian Carlton on Tasmania Talks radio to discuss the behaviour of some of the world's...

Hezbollah’s explosive global plans: London explosives cache highlights terror group’s stockpiling...

The UK stockpile of ammonium nitrate only adds meat to the bones of what is already a well-known pattern; namely, that Hezbollah remains a virulently antisemitic transnational terrorist organisation, forever striving to murder Jews across the globe

Europa Europa: Soft power, please

Last year, when the United States withdrew from the 2015 Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) nuclear agreement with Iran and imposed sanctions on Iran, the European signatories stood by the pact – and urged the Islamic Republic to remain committed to the deal.

The Last Word: Rome and Jerusalem

When Pope Francis approached the group, he also seemed in a good mood, ready to exchange respectful comments with a delegation which included both some distinguished Vatican figures and Jewish leaders in inter-religious activism.

Eyal Kaminka of the Yad Vashem Museum on resurgent antisemitism [audio]

Dr. Eyal Kaminka is Director of International School for Holocaust Studies at the Yad Vashem Museum in Israel. He was interviewed by Rafael Epstein on the "Drive" show on 774 ABC Melbourne on 28 May 2019.

Eurovision’s other winner

Israel’s Eurovision song entry barely made a dent on the scoreboard, but there’s no doubt that the Jewish state was the real winner of the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest.

A Manifesto for Murder

The terrorist massacre in two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, was not only an exceptional event for a quiet country at the end of the world, but possibly a new benchmark in the violent radical right-wing arena.

Iran and Palestinians the losers in Warsaw

Arab countries, mainly Gulf states, didn’t hesitate to partake in the summit alongside Israel, were willing to accept it as a full partner and even as a leader in the regional fight against Iran.

The Warsaw Summit and the Palestinians/ Lebanon’s new government

This Update is focussed on the Warsaw Conference on Peace and Security in the Middle East that took place yesterday with the participation of more than 60 countries -  which is widely seen as part of a US-led effort to create a new alliance against Iran's destabilising behaviour.

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