An organisation of Israeli Defence Force veterans is attempting to bring to light the reality of life in occupied Palestine. But they are far from anti-Zionists.
Is the ABC's Middle East correspondent, Sophie McNeill, too biased in favour of the Palestinians? Eric Abetz thinks so -- but Mark Scott has defended her reporting.
What to do when a Palestinian family wants more children but the husband is in prison? Improvise, explains Nigel O'Connor, freelance journalist currently in the West Bank.
For children caught in conflict zones, death is but the most extreme consequence; other lifelong consequences are commonly absent from our awareness, writes UN adviser Robert Johnson.
Australia has decided to stop referring to Palestinian territories in East Jerusalem as "occupied", which has won it friends in the Israeli government but has outraged Palestinians. Freelance writer Nigel O'Connor reports from Ramallah.
At least two Australian journalists are reporting on the current Middle East conflict thanks to a lobby-funded study tour, but only one of them is declaring it in their articles. Is that ethical?
Why did the Gaza conflict come to a head now? The answer is found in the convergence of several recent events, writes academic and former Middle East resident Howard Karger.
In the eyes of Palestinians direct negotiations have become delegitimised, writes Nigel O’Connor writes from Ramallah.
Before every federal election, Australia’s leading Zionist lobby, AIJAC, poses questions to the Prime Minister and Opposition leader. This year's answers reveal two men determined to outdo the other in terms of displaying uncritical love for the Jewish state and toughness in the “war on terror.”