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THREE participants on the Australia/Israel & Jewish Affairs Council’s recent Rambam Israel Fellowship Program – professor of international security and intelligence studies at the ANU John Blaxland, Mark Ludlow from The Australian Financial Review and senior research fellow at The Centre for Independent Studies Peter Kurti – concurred that the tour was a deeply rewarding experience, although the overarching message regarding the geopolitical situation was coloured with pessimism.
TWO Australian journalists who visited Israel last month as part of the Australia/Israel & Jewish Affairs Council’s (AIJAC) Rambam study program discussed their experiences at a luncheon meeting with AIJAC supporters in Melbourne recently.
ISRAEL’S start-up culture is a great model for Australia to follow, federal Labor MP Sharon Bird told an Australia/Israel & Jewish Affairs Council (AIJAC) lunch in Sydney recently.
FEDERAL Liberal National MP Mal Brough described his recent visit to Israel as “illuminating and sobering” in Parliament on May 26. Brough was one of six federal parliamentarians to take part in
THREE Liberal members of federal Parliament shared their experiences of the Australia/Israel & Jewish Affairs Council’s (AIJAC) Rambam Israel Fellowship Program – from which they recently returned – at a luncheon briefing on Friday.