Tens of thousands of people who marched through the streets of the CBD calling on Israel stop its genocidal war on Palestine also chanted 'Shame, shame Albanese!' Peter Boyle reports.
Thousands rallied to protest Israel’s genocidal war on Gaza despite threats and intimidation by the Chris Minns' NSW Labor government. Peter Boyle reports.
A two-year investigation by Hindenbug Research found evidence that Indian conglomerate Adani Group had engaged in a brazen stock manipulation and accounting fraud scheme over decades. Binoy Kampmark reports.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will be remembered as the reckless politician who gave Itamar Ben-Gvir the green light to cause death and destruction, the scale of which has never been seen before, writes Miko Peled.
A protest was held in Sydney against the Israeli apartheid state's upsurge in deadly attacks against the Palestinian people. Peter Boyle reports.
The Washington insider crowd was absolutely outraged and appalled by Donald Trump’s performance at Helsinki, Juan Cole notes, as he violated all the principles of American hawkishness.
Trump sat next to Vladimir Putin, leader of a rival power, signaling that Russia is a peer. He sided with Putin over the assessments of the CIA, the National Security Agency and other US intelligence organizations.
While the May 14 massacre of protesters by Israeli snipers was occurring in Gaza, United States President Donald Trump was symbolically opening the US Embassy in Jerusalem. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was there, heaping praise on Trump.
There were also two pastors present, one to give the opening prayer, the other the closing one. Both pastors were from the extreme rightist, white Christian evangelical community and are well known for their outspoken anti-Semitism and support for Israel.
The world saw two starkly opposed moral cultures on May 14, writes Barry Sheppard.
Jews Against the Occupation released this statement on February 21, as the Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu arrived in Sydney for a four-day visit.
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Jews against the Occupation are strongly opposed to the red carpet welcome being given by the Australian Government and Opposition to the Prime Minister of Israel, Benjamin Netanyahu.
Foreign minister Julie Bishop was quick to reiterate the Australian government’s firm support for Israel and distance it from the December 24 vote on UN Security Council resolution 2334 reaffirming the illegality of Israeli settlements on occupied Palestinian territories.
The resolution was passed by the Security Council, with the United States abstaining rather than vetoing the vote, as it has traditionally done with resolutions that have criticised Israel.
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