Elbit Systems

Labor keeps repeating the lie that it is not sending weapons to Israel. Sam Wainwright, on behalf of Stop AUKUS WA, outlined how Australia is complicit in Israel's genocide in Gaza. Video by Alex Salmon.

NSW Greens Senator David Shoebridge has found out, via a FOI request, that as much as $600 million from the Australian Future Fund is going to weapons companies. Binoy Kampmark reports.

 

Efforts to unearth details of the defence relationship between Australia and Israel are proving difficult. Binoy Kampmark reports that defence is continuing to deny information due to alleged damage to international relations.

Nasser Mashni told the protest for Palestine it was wrong to see Israelis and Palestinians are equally responsible for the continuing bloodshed in Gaza. Stephen W Enciso reports.

Stop arming Israel

Globally, the Palestine movement’s demand for an arms embargo on Israel has had some success. We need to keep up the pressure here, argues Sue Bolton.

The Israeli arms industry has taken something of a shine to Victoria with Elbit Systems, manufacturing drones, one of its most enterprising representatives. Binoy Kampmark reports.

Activists are celebrating as RMIT has announced it has given up its partnership with Israel’s largest weapons manufacturer Elbit Systems. Kerry Smith reports.

The Whistleblowers, Activists and Community Alliance group is calling on Labor to stop arming Israel. Gaye Demanuele reports.

Palestine protest Antony Loewenstein

Independent investigative journalist, filmmaker and best-selling author Antony Loewenstein spoke about his latest book, How Israel Exports the Technology of Occupation Around the World, on Green Left Radio. Ruth Heymann reports.

Whatever the outcome of the standoff involving thousands of Russian troops at the border, arms dealers will be circling for opportunities to profit, argues Jake Lynch.

Activists from Whistleblowers, Activists and Citizens Alliance (WACA) blockaded the entrance to the office of Israeli arms manufacturer Elbit Systems in Port Melbourne on July 7 as part of international week of action.