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UNSC Resolution 2334

An MP’s call to arms

There can be no doubt about the rising tide of antisemitism around the world. All too often New Zealanders think they are immune from …

Israel70 – New Zealanders celebrate and support Aliyah

A multi-cultural event was held in Auckland’s Waipuna Lodge last weekend to celebrate Israel’s 70th anniversary. It was supported by representatives of Christian, Jewish, …

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.

New Zealand government bias against Israel

Over the last decade or so there has been a noticeable increase in bias of the New Zealand government against Israel. This despite New …

The Forging of Māori-Israel Friendship

“I want to be your friend” These were the words of Māori tribal elder Pat Ruka to the Israeli ambassador to New Zealand, His …

NZ called out at UN: ‘Shocking and shameful’

This week New Zealand’s Prime Minister, yet again, pointed an accusing finger at Israel for the “devastating one-sided loss of life” in the conflict …

Eight questions for Ms Ardern and Mr Peters on the United Nations vote

Prime Minister Ardern and Foreign Minister Peters both stood by New Zealand’s decision to vote for a resolution that declared the recognition of Jerusalem …

The anniversary of the infamous UNSC Resolution 2334

Today is the anniversary of New Zealand’s co-sponsorship of UNSC Resolution 2334. Many kiwis were, and are, indignant that then NZ Foreign Minister McCully …

Israel Institute of NZ urges Government to vote against anti-Israel UN resolution

Israel Institute of New Zealand Director David Cumin is urging the Government to vote against a UN resolution criticising the US decision to recognize …

Nikki Haley: UNSC 2334 an impediment to peace

United States Ambassador to the United Nations, Nikki Haley, gave a speech at a United Nations Security Council briefing to address a proposed resolution …