Another week, another so-called ‘report’ casting aspersions against Israel. Or so it seems. In quick succession we’ve gone from a flawed Breaking the Silence document, through a faulty UN Human Rights Commission (UNHRC) manifesto and now to a partisan missive from Save the Children.
I’m certainly no Marxist, but Karl was on to something when he observed that history repeats itself, “the first time as tragedy, the second time as farce.” There was something truly farcical about last week’s rerun of the so-called ‘Freedom Flotilla’ that attempted, once again, to run Israel’s naval blockade of Gaza.
The fingerprints of Israel-phobic UN Human Rights Council staffers are evident throughout the report into last year’s conflict in Gaza issued today by that body’s supposedly ‘Independent Commission of Inquiry’.
"The ZFA categorically rejects the findings and recommendations of the UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC) Commission of Inquiry into last year’s armed conflict in Gaza.
In recent years Israel’s political enemies have seized upon Iawfare with great alacrity in their campaign to vilify and delegitimise Zionism.
The Zionist Federation of Australia urges the Chief Rabbinate of Israel to put Klal Yisrael above all other considerations and allow Shlomo Riskin to continue his invaluable work as Chief Rabbi of Efrat.
he Israeli Foreign Ministry today released its report on the legal and moral conduct of the IDF during 'Operation Protective Edge' last year in Gaza. This report conclusively refutes allegations of systemic war crimes on the part of the IDF made by Israel's detractors in the media.
As much as it pains me to say it, the US Supreme Court was correct in its ruling on the Zivotosky case where it upheld the President's constitutional authority over foreign policy. This is a political battle that should be conducted in the political arena, not the courts.