“There are still more questions than answers about Donald Trump,” visiting New York inter-community relations expert Rabbi Robert Kaplan told The AJN last Thursday.
Israeli legislators have thrown their weight behind a controversial bill that will retroactively legalise settlement-building on private Palestinian land.
Chabad Youth is on the verge of buying a campsite for the first time in its history. The $2.2 million project would allow camps to run all year-round.
Yad Vashem’s director of international relations, Searle Brajtman, told a Greek-Australian audience last week about heroic actions on Zakynthos island.
A record 898 Jewish House supporters danced and dined at the Westin Hotel on November 30 for the not-for-profit organisation’s 25th annual gala dinner, hosted by Magda Szubanski.
A new Labor group has been established, with the aim of restoring balance in the party on Israel and the Middle East, The AJN can exclusively reveal.
A racist, anti-Semitic poster has been circulated around the University of Melbourne campus, depicting Jews as introducing “hordes” of minorities.
Australia is to deepen its role in Middle East peacekeeping, directing the force that safeguards the calm on the Israel-Egypt border.
Tributes have been paid to John Key, whose mother was a Jewish refugee from Austria, following his announcement he is resigning as New Zealand's PM.
Descendants of Righteous Among the Nations members – and Australian Jews saved by them – attended the SJM launch of the I Am My Brother’s Keeper exhibition.