Israel’s friends in WA, Qld Labor

WESTERN Australia Labor will consider a motion condemning the wave of stabbing attacks against Israeli civilians and Palestinian Authority incitement next week. And in a further sign that the extreme anti-Israel leanings of figures such as former foreign minister Bob Carr and Freemantle MP Melissa Parke are the exception rather than the norm, the inaugural…

Australian Labor Party National Conference, 2015

Chapter 11: Australia’s place in changing world Labor supports an enduring and just two-state solution to the Israeli–Palestinian conflict, based on the right of Israel to live in peace within secure borders internationally recognised and agreed by the parties, and reflecting the legitimate aspirations of the Palestinian people to also live in peace and security…

Parliamentary trips to Israel & Palestine – resolution of the Australian Labor Party Queensland Branch Conference, August 2015

Given Labor’s policy supports a two state solution to the Israel/Palestine conflict, Conference believes any party official or state or Federal MP receiving a subsidised trip to Israel must spend an equivalent time- day for day- speaking with Palestinians and investigating their condition in occupied Palestinian territories and/ or the Gaza Strip. 

UK Labour’s Catastrophic Israel Stance

The UK Jewish Community has had an historically out-sized influence on many aspects of British life. Their influence has been felt in Philanthropy, Science, Medicine, the Arts, Economic life, Social Welfare and Politics. The experience of this community of around 260,000 people mirrors the experiences of many other Western Jewish communities, and nonetheless in voting…

Israel’s Labor Party Sends Letter Of Thanks

On the 20th of April 2015, Secretary General MK Hilik Bar and Chairperson of Israel’s Labor Party MK Isaac Herzog sent the following letter the the members of the AILD delegation during the election. You can download  and see the letter in full by clicking Thank You to Australian Delegation

AILD BACKGROUNDER: The 2015 Israel Election

It certainly surprised many in Israel and the global commentariat that current Israeli Prime Minister and leader of the right-wing Likud party, Bibi Netenyahu, won the recent Israeli Election, and with the 6-seat margin over the Labor-dominated Opposition Zionist Camp unity group. The significance of the win resonates strongly within a number of overlapping circles…