All posts tagged terrorism

‘Enough is enough’

This week marks five years since Israeli soldier Lt. Hadar Goldin was killed by Hamas in the midst of a humanitarian cease-fire during Operation Protective Edge, writes Arsen Ostrovsky.

Poway gunman was inspired by New Zealand mosque attacks

The alleged California synagogue gunman was inspired by New Zealand mosque shooter Brenton Tarrant, according to documents unsealed by the court.

Triumph over terror

On Monday it was 23 years since Dana Pinhasov was the victim of a terrorist attack in Jerusalem. She shares her inspirational story of resilience and courage with Rebecca Davis.

Israel in mourning for murdered teen

The circumstances of the assault that killed Israeli teenager Ori Ansbacher weren’t initially clear, but on Sunday authorities confirmed that it was terrorism.

Keneally and co return from Rambam

Labor Senators Kristina Keneally and Anthony Chisholm addressed an Australia/Israel & Jewish Affairs Council briefing earlier this month after participating in a recent Rambam study program to Israel.

Rocket barrage from Gaza as tensions escalate

JERUSALEM (JTA) — After firing more than 180 rockets into civilian areas, armed terror groups in Gaza said Thursday afternoon that they would refrain from firing on southern Israel if

Ahed Tamimi and my daughter

We know who plotted the Sbarro barbarism. It was not Ahed Tamimi. But when her clan, the Tamimis of Nabi Saleh, get together to celebrate it as we know they do, she is an enthusiastic participant.

None of our foreign aid should back terrorism

I firmly believe that right around the world, we should take a much tougher approach to the misuse and abuse of our foreign aid budget.

Israel, Australia tackle terror funding

Israel has passed a new law to hit the Palestinian Authority in the pocket as long as it insists on paying terrorists.

Are our tax dollars funding Palestinian terror?

There are doubts over the integrity of three separate Australian-funded development programs in the Palestinian Territories, and also long-term concerns over funding for the UN Relief and Works Agency.