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Comparing the outrage: Beyond Christchurch and Sri Lanka

A number of high-profile commentators – from Ben Shapiro to Maajid Nawaz – have looked at the Twitter accounts of world leaders like Theresa May, Barack Obama, and …

Israel Institute of NZ calls on Govt to condemn Hamas attacks on Israel

Israel Institute of New Zealand director, Dr David Cumin, is calling on the New Zealand Government to follow the example of other liberal democracies …

We must all condemn terror

Last week rockets fired from Gaza reached all the way to Tel Aviv for the first time since 2014. There were no casualties: six missiles …

Dangerous antisemitic conspiracy mainstreamed in New Zealand

Whenever there is a terror attack, there is a small group of conspiracy theorists who inhabit dark regions of the internet that seek to …

More extremists in New Zealand Universities

A little while ago, we reported that a Professor at the University of Auckland, Nicholas Rowe, had openly affiliated with the terror group, PFLP. …

Reaching for the stars: size matters

There were two recent events that underscore how Israeli society is reaching for the stars. And succeeding through tenacity, openness, and progressive values. The …

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 …