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Hadassah Australia has defended its decision to host an event featuring World Vision Australia CEO Tim Costello as keynote speaker following allegations the organisation’s director in Gaza has been diverting funds to the military wing of Hamas.
Terrorists have been renewing attacks, keen to convince citizens of Israel that a year on, they still can’t breathe easy.
In his swan song to the United Nations, President Barack Obama urged the Palestinians to end incitement and Israel to end settlement.
Court proceedings started this week against Mohammad El-Halabi, the Gaza man accused of siphoning World Vision charity money to Hamas.
Israel has carried out airstrikes against dozens of Hamas targets, after a rocket landed in Sderot, after two years of relative calm.
The ABC corrected two errors it made in a report on Palestinians crossing from Gaza into Egypt and Israel, following a complaint by the Australia/Israel & Jewish Affairs Council (AIJAC).
The Australian government should wise up to the realities of Gaza and only restore funding to World Vision if it can track its money, say Israeli experts.
World Vision announced last week that it had suspended its operations in Gaza, following allegations that the global charity’s local director had siphoned millions of dollars of aid money to the military wing of Hamas.
Another United Nations aid worker in Gaza has been accused by Israel’s Shin Bet security service of using his position to provide material assistance to the terrorist efforts of Hamas.
Are four heartbroken Israeli families closer to seeing their children return home from Gaza, now that Israel and Hamas have a new mutual friend?