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The Winograd Report Categories: Israel     Author: AIJAC staff

As readers may be aware, the much anticipated first report of the "Winograd Commission" into the handling of last year's conflict in Lebanon was released in Israel yesterday.

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Starting to "Surge" in Iraq? Categories: Iraq     Author: Frederick W. Kagan

The new effort to establish security in Iraq has begun. At this early stage, the most important positive development is a rise in hostility to al-Qaeda in the Sunni community.

Editorial: The Oldest Hatred Revisited Categories: Antisemitism     Author: Colin Rubenstein

Australia is not exempt from many of the contemporary expressions of antisemitism ... The reality is that antisemitism has not disappeared. It may have just changed form, from explicit, crude expressions, to more subtle, thinly veiled quasi-intellectual arguments.

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Israeli Debates Categories: Israel     Author: AIJAC staff

This Update features a number of particularly important contributions from the key debates Israelis are having at the moment.

Trouble along the Afghanistan-Pakistan border/ Holocaust Inversion Categories: Afghanistan/ Pakistan, Antisemitism, Iraq, Islamic Extremism, Lebanon, Terrorism     Author: AIJAC staff

As widely reported, a major renewal of fighting in Afghanistan is expected shortly. The Taliban, based across the border with Pakistan, are expected to make large scale incursions as soon as the mountain snows allow. This Update leads with two pieces on Pakistan's invidious role in encouraging this

Media Microscope: Stephen Strikes Back Categories: Anti-Zionism, Australasia, Media/ Academia     Author: Jamie Hyams

As mentioned last month, Prof. Alvin Rosenfeld appeared on Radio NationalÂ?s Â?Religion ReportÂ? to comment on the British and Australian Â?Independent Jewish VoicesÂ? groups. As Rosenfeld was critical of these groups, the following week, on Feb. 21, the program gave equal time to Tony Lerman, a sup

The Other Iraq Categories: Iraq     Author: Michael J. Totten

What a difference a year makes. Fourteen months ago I flew to Irbil, the capital of Iraqi Kurdistan, from Beirut, Lebanon, on the dubiously named Flying Carpet Airlines. Flying Carpet?s entire fleet is one small noisy plane with propellers, cramped seats, and thin cabin pressure.

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Editorial: Clouds On The Horizon Categories: Israel, Palestinians     Author: Colin Rubenstein

After months of on-again off-again negotiations, threats and outright violence, on March 17, the two main Palestinian factions, Hamas and Fatah, succeeded in forming a national unity government.

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