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A SMALL Australian contingent will be among 175 keen cyclists pedalling around Israel for charity beginning next week.
OPPOSITION Leader Bill Shorten has distanced the ALP from a petition tabled in Parliament earlier this week, calling on the government to support the anti-Israel Boycott, Divestment and
THE Jewish community’s response when 11-year-old Sydneysider Michelle Levy went missing has been described as “incredible”, “staggering”, “unique”, “heartwarming” and “a show of great community spirit”.
HAVING starred on stages around the globe in everything from Don Giovanni to A Midsummer Night’s Dream, you might have thought nothing could faze legendary Kiwi baritone Teddy
FROM more than 5000 people baking challahs to the same number celebrating havdalah, with hundreds attending dinners, lunches, kiddushes, shul services, picnics, talks and everything in between, Australian
IT was a visit to the Greek island of Corfu about 30 years ago that sparked Melbourne filmmaker Carol Gordon’s interest in the Jewish communities of Greece, some
The woman who died of her wounds sustained during last week's terrorist attack in Jerusalem was laid to rest before dawn on Monday.
TWO months after being caught out using a photo of children killed in Syria and portraying them as Palestinian victims in Gaza, the Australians for Palestine (AFP) group
THE NSW Jewish War Memorial last Monday played host to the third meeting this year of the National Dialogue of Christians, Muslims and Jews.
Missing 11-year-old Michelle Levy has been found “safe and well”.