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NZ-ISR Relations

Reflections on official engagements

On 27 January, New Zealand Minister of Defence, Ron Mark, National Party Foreign Affairs and Trade spokesperson, Tim Macindoe, and other delegates met with …

Amnesty International: From Human Rights To Lies

The recent Amnesty International campaign to outlaw business with Jews living in Judea and Samaria is based on lies and is discriminatory. It is …

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 …

Israel Institute slams racist Malaysian ban on Israeli Paralympic athletes

Israel Institute of New Zealand director, Dr David Cumin, is calling on the International Paralympic Committee to move an upcoming Paralympic event out of …

Shame, shame, shame on New Zealand

Nobel laureate Elie Wiesel once famously wrote ‘what hurts the victim most is not the cruelty of the oppressor, but the silence of the …

National MP Alfred Ngaro on Israel and 2334

Christmas Eve will mark  two years since New Zealand’s infamous co-sponsorship of United Nations Security Council Resolution 2334. The then National government joined Venezuela …

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 …

NZ government’s ‘vile abstention’

Despite a majority in favour of what would have been a historic resolution condemning terror against Israel, it was not adopted because the general …

Is New Zealand morally bankrupt?

A definition of this malady states: “moral bankruptcy is the stage a country or organization reaches when it trades away or violates too many …

NZ “aids terror” at UN as US-led resolution condemning Hamas fails

New Zealand voted for a historic United States-led resolution against Hamas terror at the United Nations, along with 87 other countries. There were 36 …