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ABC and SBS: Latest lawsuit against Al Jazeera shows once again that it is no normal news network

ABC and SBS: Latest lawsuit against Al Jazeera shows once again that it is no normal news network Categories: America, Anti-Zionism, Israel, Media/ Academia, Updates     Author: Miriam Smallman

AIJAC has previously written about and continues to highlight the anti-Israel biases of Qatari-owned news outlet al-Jazeera, which become particularly problematic as the taxpayer-funded ABC and SBS continue to use stories from the network as part of their own radio and TV news programming. Now, new

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Obama and Bibi need to sort out their differences

Obama and Bibi need to sort out their differences Categories: America, Israel     Author: Robert Satloff

It's time for an intervention. Friends of the US-Israel relationship shouldn't let their leaders drive drunk on confidence. If they do, they may inadvertently steer a precious alliance right off the cliff. Yet right now, US President Barack Obama and Israeli PM Binyamin Netanyahu are each empowered

Netanyahu's US Congress speech on Iran

Netanyahu's US Congress speech on Iran Categories: America, Iran, Israel, Updates    

Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu gave his long-discussed and controversial address to the US Congress on Tuesday, Washington time (this was early Wednesday morning in Australia.) This Update deals with the effect and aftermath of that speech. The full text of what Netanyahu sai

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Justice for Alberto Nisman?

Justice for Alberto Nisman? Categories: America, Iran, Terrorism     Author: David Horovitz

On August 14, 1993, in Mashad, Iran's second-largest city, the Iranian leadership's "Committee for Special Operations" convened to discuss its ongoing problems with Argentina - and specifically the flamboyant President, Carlos Menem. Reorienting Argentina's policy, moving his country closer to

After Obama

After Obama Categories: America, Iran, Israel, Middle East     Author: Robert Satloff

Even God, it seems, is tired of the Israeli-Palestinian dispute - and the never-ending standoff between US President Barack Obama and Israeli PM Binyamin Netanyahu. When a third intifada threatened to erupt recently following Israel's temporary closure of Muslim prayer at the al-Aqsa Mosque in respo

Givat Hamatos – the origins and significance of yet another settlement controversy

Givat Hamatos – the origins and significance of yet another settlement controversy Categories: America, Israel, Palestinians, Updates     Author: Gabrielle Debinski and Tzvi Fleischer

Media coverage of Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's meeting with US President Barack Obama at the White House on October 1, was largely dominated by concurrent statements from the White House and US State Department respectively, denouncing an Israeli decision to persevere with the plannin

Back to Iraq

Back to Iraq Categories: America, Iraq, Islamic Extremism, Middle East, Syria     Author: Oded Eran

President Obama's Sept. 10 address to the American nation regarding the new US strategy against ISIS leaves many issues unclear, chief among them, what underlies the change in US policy regarding the extremist organisation. Both Obama's speech and public statements by senior American officials offer

In first interview Netanyahu explains to CNN’s Wolf Blitzer Israel’s war aims

In first interview Netanyahu explains to CNN’s Wolf Blitzer Israel’s war aims Categories: America, Israel, Middle East, Palestinians, Terrorism, United Nations, Updates     Author: Gabrielle Debinski

On July 20, Israel's Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, gave his first formal media interview since Israel launched ‘Operation Protective Edge' in response to incessant Hamas rocket fire just over two weeks ago. The full interview can be viewed here. Speaking to CNN reporter, Wolf Blitzer,

Decision Time

Decision Time Categories: America, Israel, Palestinians     Author: Robert Satloff

As narratives about the root causes of the impasse in Israeli-Palestinian negotiations take shape, US leaders have a major decision to make about whether to disengage from diplomacy or deepen involvement in less high-profile ways. The contours of that choice emerge from a detailed, impassioned, and

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The Last Word: A+ for AIPAC

The Last Word: A+ for AIPAC Categories: America, International Jewry     Author: Jeremy Jones

Some years ago, I was invited to attend the Annual Policy Conference of AIPAC, the American Israel Public Affairs Committee. At that time, attendance was in the hundreds and the agenda narrowly focused. This year I returned to AIPAC as an invited speaker on the subject "Israel and Asia - New Fronti

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