The latest outbreak of violence between Israel and Palestinian militants has already come at a huge cost for the people of Gaza – and reveals the extent of their ongoing suffering.
Antisemitism today does not always appear in the form of traditional hate speech. It manifests in GIFs, memes, vlogs, comments and reactions on social media platforms.
History brought Ukraine’s plight home to people around the world, and helped mobilize political and military support against the Russian invasion.
Rabbi Sally J. Priesand’s ordination by Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion opened the doors to hundreds of women becoming rabbis.
A new documentary looks at the enduring conflict, examining its origins and the impact on people’s lives on both sides.
Refugee law puts humanitarianism above considerations of state sovereignty.
A scholar of Jewish history explains why the annual Lag BaOmer pilgrimage to Mount Meron in Israel has such power and meaning.
In trying to present violent events in ‘neutral’ language, media reports may be ignoring power imbalances when it comes to Israeli police or military violence against Palestinian civilians.
Recent decisions by Israel’s highest court establish a clear divide in the way it treats Israeli and Palestinian civilians.
Dietary guidelines can do a better job clarifying the differences between beneficial and harmful forms of processing.
Many Australians are yet to have a third COVID vaccine dose, while people overseas are having their fourth shot.
The Sydney Festival boycott was a vibrant example of engaged citizens taking foreign policy into their own hands.
How the Israeli authorities are using planning laws to expropriate Palestinian land in East Jerusalem.
Artists are some of the poorest people in our community, and yet are prepared to forgo their limited income to support fellow artists from other countries – in this case Palestine.
Clive Palmer says vaccines don’t work and Craig Kelly is among those misinterpreting statistics to suggest COVID vaccines are causing more deaths overseas.
Interfaith, peacebuilding and what can happen when people of different faiths work together.
In the last decade, Morocco exploited the lethargy of Algeria’s diplomacy and the paralysis of the political system to advance its interests, often to the detriment of Algeria
A stall in vaccine coverage and increased mixing have combined to drive new outbreaks.
‘Breakthrough’ infections can happen because of waning immunity or high viral doses. But our vaccines are still excellent at preventing severe disease and death.
Australia plans to begin relaxing restrictions once 70% of over-16s are fully vaccinated. But as Israel shows us, it’s likely not enough to reach herd immunity, especially with the Delta variant.