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Antisemitism is weaponised when Palestinians, the indigenous victims of Zionism, are vilified as terrorists, Muslim extremists and antisemite, a forum was told. Sarah Hathway reports.

As support for Israel drops, supporters of the Zionist project feel more isolated and become more hysterical. Sue Bull reports.

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The inspirational Gaza solidarity encampments, initiated by university students across the world, pose a sharp challenge to Western governments complicit in Israel’s genocide, argues Jacob Andrewartha.

Socialist Alliance condemns Israel and its Western allies, including Australia, for their role in escalating conflict in the Middle East.

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First Nations leader Megan Krakouer and Indian communist Clifton D’Rozario have been confirmed to speak at the Ecosocialism 2024: Climate Action Not War being held in Boorloo/Perth over June 28–30. Fred Fuentes reports.

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The Queensland Greens increased their representation on the Brisbane City Council and won significant swings in other wards at the local government election. Alex Bainbridge reports.

The Palestine solidarity movement is shaking politics up: 81% want Israel to ceasefire and 53% want Labor to take more action to achieve a ceasefire. Chloe DS reports.

Palestinian Australia Khaled Ghannam paid tribute to the common struggle across Latin America and Palestine for self-determination at the Chilean Communist Party's commemoration. Kerry Smith reports.

Khaled Ghannam argues there are many questions regarding Labor’s position on this genocidal war on Gaza, including why it is not assisting Palestinian-Australians to leave the war zone.

Labor needs reminding that war crimes do not justify further war crimes and even less so do they justify genocide, argues Alex Bainbridge.

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Socialist Alliance recommends a Yes vote for the referendum on the Voice. But we also recognise that substantial measures to benefit Indigenous people require a strengthening of the grassroots movements for change. This will be true whatever the outcome on October 14, writes Sam Wainwright.

Sarah Hathway from Socialist Alliance was declared elected to Windermere Ward of the City of Greater Geelong on June 28. Sue Bull reports.