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Dominion Post Op-Ed by Paul Moon, 31st October 2017  wikipedia: Arthur James Balfour, right, whose commitment to helping the Jewish people find a home, laid the foundation for a new nation and a tumultuous period of history. OPINION: One sentence was all […]

Dominion Post Op-Ed by SERENA MORAN: 13 November 2017 REUTERS: Lebanon’s Hezbollah supporters hold banners and wave Hezbollah, centre, and Palestinian flags, left, during a demonstration against Israel’s military action in Gaza, in front of the United Nations headquarters in Beirut. OPINION: The current […]

In an op-ed in our local Dominion-Post The Distorted Israeli Lens on History (3 Nov, 2017), Serena Moran wrote that “there is nothing to celebrate in the hundred years since the Balfour Declaration. And the gallantry and promise of liberation at […]

DONATE ABOUT JJAC LEADERSHIP REPORTS MEDIA CENTER CONTACT JJAC SUBSCRIBE TO NEWSLETTER   MAIN FACTS Frequently Asked Questions Justice for Jews from Arab Countries: Main Fact Sheet I) The Issue ” When the issue of ‘refugees’ is raised within the […]

POLITICS TE AO MĀORI 9 Jun 2017 Tears as Crown apologises for Parihaka atrocities 10:12 pm on 9 June 2017 Share this Shannon Haunui-Thompson, Te Manu Korihi Editor @SHaunui Robin Martin, Taranaki Reporter @robincharles The Crown has officially […]

I was recently at a Christian leaders’ conference called ‘Difficult Conversations’, and subtitled ‘How do we maintain unity’? The subjects for conversation included Islam, gender issues, same-sex marriage, and how Maori see our Pakeha-European churches. As I listened to the […]

Irrelevant Celebrations What’s to celebrate about Parihaka? Well, consider what we are already celebrating as a nation every year, on 31st October and 5th November: Halloween and Guy Fawkes Day. Since Halloween is still relatively new to NZ, many elderly […]

  When looking at New Zealand’s Amazing Covenant – The Treaty of Waitangi, it can be likened to Two old friends were at a wedding. When the minister came to the familiar marriage text, “the two shall become one”, one […]