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David Harris: A conversation on defending Israel and fighting racism

David Harris is the Executive Director of the American Jewish Committee (AJC) – a proud partner organisation of AIJAC – and has led AJC since 1990. He spoke to an AIJAC webinar direct from New York City on 10 June 2020.

The resurgence of Antisemitism – Jeremy Jones on ABC Radio

AIJAC's Jeremy Jones spoke about the resurgence of antisemitism in Australia and internationally on "Breakfast" with Fiona Parker on ABC Radio Central Victoria. 

Australians will never forget the horrors of the Holocaust

Never forget. 75 years after Auschwitz was liberated, Australians will never forget the horrors of the Holocaust.

AIJAC describes appointment of Yaakov Litzman as Israel’s Health Minister as...

The Australia/Israel & Jewish Affairs Council (AIJAC) has described as “deplorable” the Dec. 27 appointment of Yaakov Litzman as Israel’s Health Minister, despite police...

Scribblings: Iran Loves Jews!

Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei wants Jews to know he and his regime have nothing against them and they have no reason to fear him. 

Behind the News – October 2019

In a press conference on Sept. 9, Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu made public a previously unknown Iranian nuclear site in Abadeh, South of Isfahan, showing photos of the site. 

Cine File: Shallow Dive

The tale of how Israeli Mossad agents and thousands of Ethiopian Jews risked their lives to come to Israel is a story that deserves to be told. Unfortunately, this film is only “inspired” by true events, rather than “based on true events”

Deconstruction Zone: The Pogroms of the Middle East

A look at developments in the Middle East over the past decades gives the clear impression that the region is becoming “cleansed” of minorities, especially the Christians who have inhabited it for millennia. The process is reminiscent of what happened to the Jews of the Arab countries...

Justice Delayed

Around the world, sombre commemorations marked the 25th anniversary of the bombing of the AMIA Jewish community centre in Buenos Aires... But survivors say the most meaningful tribute would be the prosecution of those responsible and a full reckoning for the nation’s failure to hold anyone accountable.

The Last Word: Enemies of The People

What does it mean to be an “Enemy of the People”? This question arose numerous times during my recent visit to Italy, the Balkans and the USA.