Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Announcing a breath of "Fresh AIR"

The Australia/Israel & Jewish Affairs Council (AIJAC) is pleased to announce the launch of their completely re-designed new website. This is a top to bottom overhaul with the goal of turning AIJAC's already popular site into your one-stop shop for all your daily news, information and analysis with respect to the Middle East, terrorism, racism, multiculturalism, and other public policy issues of special interest to Australian Friends of Israel. To this end, the re-vamp is designed to make the site both easier to navigate and to search, as well as an even greater pleasure to browse and read.

All of our traditional contributions are still there - articles from the Australia/Israel Review, our daily newsfeed, our twice weekly "Updates from AIJAC" electronic newsletter, articles in the general media from AIJAC staff, resources on contemporary and historical issues, as well as a much-expanded and improved multimedia section. But we also offer something completely new and very exciting, AIJAC's daily news and analysis blog, entitled "Fresh AIR".

"Fresh AIR" is devoted to bringing you all the news, analysis, commentary and media criticism AIJAC has always supplied through the Australia/Israel Review (AIR) and the "Updates from AIJAC" email service in a much more up-to-the-minute and timely fashion. Our aim is to supply readers with the very freshest up-to-date reporting and interpretation of events at they happen.

We invite readers to visit our new and much improved website on a regular basis to sample all the latest offerings written or selected by AIJAC's exclusive team of policy analysts. Or better yet, sign up for our RSS feed to receive the latest "Fresh AIR" entries as soon as they are posted.

Further, we plan to also make Twitter and Facebook access available in the near future.

We believe you will find it not only a valuable resource, but just what the name says, a breath of "fresh air" - shaking up stale conventional wisdom, providing analysis unavailable elsewhere in the Australian media, and above all, supplying the background knowledge and context that one needs to really understand the news of the day.
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