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Labor should match Morrison’s stance on Israel

Despite agreement on the need for action, the paths being pursued by the two major political parties are quite different... While the Prime Minister's declarations have not yet achieved bipartisan support, achieving that outcome remains a worthy objective.

The International Union of Virtual Media: The Long Arm of Iranian...

The full extent of the IUVM has likely yet to be uncovered, but it has already proven far broader and more dangerous than initially believed.

Iran strengthened by Syria withdrawal and Mattis resignation

Two significant developments out of the United States will have likely have implications for Middle East – including Israel’s – immediate and long-term security. Most importantly, they are likely to leave a dangerous space that will be perfect for Iran to fill.

Behind the News – January 2019

Police recommend charging Bibi On Dec. 2, Israel Police recommended indicting Israel’s Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and his wife, Sara, on charges of bribery, fraud...

Scribblings: Of Iran and Hamas

It is simply a fact that the military threat Hamas poses to Israel is largely a direct result of Iranian aid to Hamas

Editorial: A Display of Principle

As 2019 dawns, we unfortunately cannot reflect on the year just passed as a peaceful one for Israel... But there were signs of light amid the darkness

Inspection and Misdirection

The IAEA report is an almost word-for-word copy of last year’s quarterly reports on nuclear verification and monitoring in Iran. It takes no account whatsoever of the revelations earlier this year by Israeli intelligence...

Hezbollah and Iran’s regional strategy

Teheran is striving to implement its grand strategy to establish its presence and extend its power to threaten its enemies, spearheaded by Israel, by consolidating its control along the “Shi’ite crescent”.

Morrison rightly challenges foreign policy inertia on Jerusalem, Iran

Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s speech at the Sydney Institute last Saturday has been met with criticism for reviewing and adjusting long-standing foreign policies, as though inertia were a virtue in itself. Good policymaking demands periodic review and adjustments to reflect changing realities.

AIJAC welcomes Government’s acknowledgement of the reality that Jerusalem is Israel’s...

The announcement that Australia would recognise west Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, while acknowledging east Jerusalem could be the capital of a future Palestinian state, shows a real commitment to progressing a two-state peace.

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