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Warm welcome for NZ Defence Minister in Israel

A delegation of Kiwi diplomats received a warm welcome from Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, this week in Jerusalem. Israeli news reported that Netanyahu …

UN Security Council fails to take action on Hezbollah

Just one fortnight on from the United Nations General Assembly’s failure to pass a resolution condemning Hamas, the Security Council has failed to take …

Holding Palestinian leaders to account

Interviewing the Palestinian Authority’s chief negotiator, Saeb Erekat, at the Berlin Foreign Policy Forum for the German media outlet Deutsche Welle, Tim Sebastian asked …

Israel Institute condemns hate speech at Vodafone Music Awards

Israel Institute of New Zealand director, Dr David Cumin, has condemned a speech given at the recent Vodafone Music Awards by the lead of …

Another barrage of terror from Gaza: hundreds of rockets indiscriminately fired

Some 400 rockets have been indiscriminately fired from Gaza into Israel in the past 24 hours. At least one elderly man was killed in …

Part two of IINZ’s conversation with Dr Einat Wilf on Jaffa Road

Dr Einat Wilf talks with Dr David Cumin on Jaffa Rd, Jerusalem, about UNRWA, “an organisation that keeps alive Palestinian maximalism and the idea …

Straight Talk from Ramallah: Part 2

The second and final instalment of Johannes Gerloff’s candid conversation with a Palestinian lawyer in the heart of Ramallah. “If I fight with my …

A conversation on Jaffa Road, Jerusalem

IINZ’s co-director Dr David Cumin spoke with Dr Einat Wilf in Jerusalem. Einat presents her perspective on NZ’s co-sponsorship of UNSC Resolution 2334.

Israel Institute calls on government to distance itself from terrorism

Israel Institute of New Zealand director, Dr David Cumin, is calling on the Government to distance itself from a decision by Labour MP, Dr …

The Israel Report | 09 Aug 2018

IINZ co-directors, Ashley Church and Dr David Cumin discuss the recent terror attacks and New Zealand’s lack of response; New Zealand’s unwillingness to also …