All posts tagged Executive Council of Australian Jewry

Peter Wertheim (left), Stephen Lewis. Photo: Nadine Saacks

ECAJ anti-Semitism alert

THERE is a clear correlation between any escalation of the various conflicts in the Middle East and incidents of anti-Semitism in Australia, according to the Executive Council of Australian Jewry (ECAJ).

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Bishop blames Hamas

HAMAS has “failed to embrace a series of opportunities” to end the conflict in Gaza and Israel, foreign minister Julie Bishop said last week. In a statement released on

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“It wasn’t the bus driver’s fault”

A Jewish bus driver said his colleague had to stop for the six teenagers that abused the Jewish students on Wednesday.

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Sydney unites for peace

A 10,000-strong sea of people dressed in blue and white turned out to show their support for Israel at Dudley Page Reserve in Dover Heights on Sunday. Calling for

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Government shelves 18C repeal

THE Abbott government has bowed to pressure from ethnic groups including the Australian Jewish community, scrapping its proposed wind-back of the Racial Discrimination Act on Tuesday. A tent-pole Coalition

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Fairfax sorry for cartoon

THE Sydney Morning Herald apologised for a Glen Le Lievre cartoon, which many in the Jewish community branded anti-Semitic and led to a wave of subscribers and some

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Flag burnings “disgusting”

JEWISH community groups have condemned the burning of an Israeli flag and an Australian flag by pro-Palestinian protesters in the Melbourne CBD. Demonstrators reportedly stole the Australian flag from

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Pollies’ one-sided letter

COMMUNAL leaders have blasted a letter signed by over 40 Australian politicians, calling for Israel to end its operation in Gaza, as one-sided. The letter is an initiative of

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‘Zionist scum’ daubed on Perth Jewish school

VANDALS struck at Perth’s Carmel School early last Friday morning, daubing a message of hatred on a wall. When staff and students arrived at Carmel on Friday morning, they

SMH slammed over ‘anti-Semitic’ cartoon

THE Sydney Morning Herald could face legal action after widespread community outrage at a “clearly anti-Semitic” cartoon that could lead to the “inciting of hatred of Jews”. The Executive

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