The United States said it would work with the successor to Israeli Defense Minister Moshe Yaalon, following his resignation. “We appreciate Mr. Yaalon’s leadership and partnership as defense minister and
IN a decision sure to ruffle a few loose kilts in the Scottish-mad northern NSW town of Maclean, a Jewish lawyer has lost his battle against McDonald’s to register the business name McKosher.
PROGRESS towards a more inclusive society and the question of whether Israel has a genuine peace partner were key topics Likud MK Amir Ohana raised at a lunch in Sydney hosted by the Australia/Israel & Jewish Affairs Council on Monday (May 16).
YOM Ha’atzmaut celebrations are always a highlight of the calendar, with Zionism Victoria hosting various events to unite the community in showing solidarity for the Jewish State.
THE Australian contingent of March of the Living (MOTL) returned home this week after an emotional journey that saw them shed tears for the victims of the Holocaust in Poland and then cheer for the Jewish State’s birthday a week later in Israel.
JERUSALEM – The Prime Minister’s wife headed a group of top businesswomen on a mission to Israel this week, leading them on a hectic itinerary of high-tech innovators, universities and local politicians.
In a meeting that lasted less than an hour on Wednesday afternoon (May 18), Avigdor Lieberman accepted Prime Minister Netanyahu’s offer of the defence and immigration and absorption portfolios.
More than two-fifths of the world’s Jews live in Israel, according to statistics released for Yom Ha’atzmaut.
Egypt’s President has enthused about his country’s 1979 peace deal and said that it can serve as precedent for an Israeli-Palestinian deal.
A NEW synthetic football field was launched at Waverley Oval on Monday night (May 16). The new oval will be used by a host of sports clubs and teams, including Maccabi football clubs.