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Hakoah Sydney City East FC players and Hakoah board members before the side’s FFA Cup clash against Palm Beach.

Hakoah’s bright future on and off the field

Leading the charge from Hakoah’s boardroom is three ambitious men in their early 30s who bleed Hakoah blue and they sat down with The AJN sports editor Adam Blau this week.

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Meshuggenah family

FOUR generations of the Pszeszekowski family gather for an evening of laughs in Dr Jack Felman’s latest comedy, You’re Driving Me Crazy! which premiered at Chapel Off Chapel

Nat Court skips past an attempted tackle. Photo: Daniel Blau

Maccabi women push for promotion

AFTER the disappointment of relegation last season, North Caulfield Maccabi’s seniors women’s edged closer to a return to State League 2 after a 2-0 victory at home over


Abbas: Ceasefire same as original proposal

The ceasefire agreement that was signed this week between Hamas and Israel is not different from the original proposal made by Egypt at the beginning of the war according

Aussies represent at Maccabi World Union congress

AT the recent 27th Maccabi World Union (MWU) Congress in Israel, Australia’s Tom Goldman was elected one of the three vice-presidents of the MWU. Goldman said he is “thrilled


Chosen on the stage

THE Australian premiere of The Chosen – a story of family, faith and friendship adapted from Chaim Potok’s famous novel – is being staged at Shalom College, UNSW


Sides agree to ‘open-ended’ ceasefire

At 2am Wednesday morning (Australian time) a ceasefire came into effect.

John Hamey

Changes set for Moriah

MORIAH College is proposing to abolish its middle school and adopt a more traditional school structure, a move which principal John Hamey says is in the best interest


Anti-Semitic leaflets discovered in Bondi

ANTI-SEMITIC leaflets have been discovered in letterboxes in Bondi and Double Bay, in Sydney’s eastern suburbs. “The Jews own all Hollywood studios & 92% of Us newspapers and media.

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Triple J success for Strum

IT was a Zionist camp like any other for aspiring musician Gab Strum, until he got the call that could change his life. Strum, who goes by the stage

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