Topic archives: Palestine

Australian government mute on Palestinian deaths

April 9, 2018 17

Silence can be deafening.

Australia’s silence on Gaza killings part of our knee-jerk support for Netanyahu

April 3, 2018 16

While condemning every killing of an Israeli by terrorists, Australia can't bring itself to say a word when Israeli soldiers deliberately kill unarmed protesters.

How Australia Day echoes the 1948 exodus of Palestine

and January 25, 2018 18

The parallels between Australia and Israel are particularly obvious on January 26, writes Randa Abdel-Fattah.

Trump’s Jerusalem shock tactic serves no obvious purpose

December 7, 2017 11

If Trump's recognition of Jerusalem is the first step in his 'ultimate deal' for Israel-Palestine, then he better hope the next step reverses it.

Tips and rumours

July 31, 2017 2

One Nation has the time if you have the money ... the right's constitutional confusion ... unis to react to damning new report ...

Labor’s Palestine recognition push is too little, too late

July 31, 2017 5

The primary responsibility for NSW Labor's shift on Palestine is the determination of the Israeli government to destroy any possibility of a two-state solution. And it's probably already achieved that.

‘The situation feels hopeless’: 50 years of Israeli occupation

June 6, 2017 14

Palestinians remain under an Israeli regime of house demolitions, ever-expanding illegal settlements and strict controls over daily life, writes freelance journalist Antony Loewenstein.

Old blog post informs decision to cancel Palestinian activist’s visa

May 4, 2017

And even the writer of the personal blog doesn't think Bassem Tamimi should have had his visa revoked.

Boycott Coopers all you want, it won’t end homophobia

March 14, 2017 29

People mean well when they boycott commodities with a visible trace of exploitation. Yet, they allow other commodities to remain perfectly mystified.

Truckling Turnbull gets a Bibi brushoff on two states

February 23, 2017 13

Despite pandering to Benjamin Netanyahu, Malcolm Turnbull was embarrassed yesterday by the Israeli Prime Minister's willingness to reject the comforting motherhood of "two state solution".