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Essay: Counter-terrorism from the Inside

Sitting in his living room in the Kfar Adumim settlement, Arieli summarised the doctrine: “It’s about preventing terrorism before it even grows.”

Australian falls victim to Iranian crackdown on foreign dissidents and hostage-taking

Aside from international terrorism, hostage-taking appears to be one of the Islamic Republic’s primary modes of interacting with the civilised world.

ABC gets Lebanon border wall story completely backwards

Turning a story about Israeli defensive measures against organisations sworn to its destruction and a complex issue like Ghajar into a story principally about alleged Israeli aggression and occupation – without speaking to a single Israeli -  is sadly all too typical of much recent Middle Eastern coverage by the ABC.

The Last Word: Mahathirorism

When [Mahathir] entered the fray, he not only brought pathetic threats and displayed disingenuousness of epic proportions, but drew some attention to the attitude of Malaysians to terrorism.

The Making of the Pittsburgh Shooter

Robert Bowers has the look of a lonely crackpot. But I think that, on the contrary, he is a vanguard representative of the largest and most protean mass movement of modern history, which is the movement to exterminate the Jews. 

Sheikh Omran and ASWJ tied to terror – again

Following the terror incident at Bourke Street in Melbourne, a familiar and highly problematic voice appointed himself to speak on behalf of Muslims in response - Sheikh Mohammed Omran, the emir of the Hume Islamic Youth Centre (HIYC) at Coolaroo

Afghanistan: The Forgotten Front Against Iran

While rarely discussed in the context of containing or rolling back Iranian regional influence and terrorism sponsorship, the war in Afghanistan is in fact an essential element of any coherent strategy to do so.

Visiting Counterterrorism expert Boaz Ganor explains how to catch a lone...

In the wake of the terrorist attack in Melbourne's Bourke street last Friday, there has been considerable debate about whether the security services could have done more to monitor the actions of the attacker, Hassan Khalif Shire Ali

Boaz Ganor discusses terrorism, radicalisation and its sponsors

Prof. Boaz Ganor of the International Institute for Counter-Terrorism in Israel appeared on Sky News Australia's "Outsiders" program, broadcast 4 November 2018.

Boaz Ganor on “lone-wolf” terrorism

Prof. Boaz Ganor of the International Institute for Counter-Terrorism in Israel spoke at the Sydney Institute about "lone-wolf" terrorism and responses to it.

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