All posts tagged Gareth Narunsky

‘A special friendship’

From left: Michael Dunkel, president of the NSW branch of Australian Friends of
the Hebrew University (AFHU), Professor Shy Arkin, vice president for research and
development at the university, Julie Bishop with her award, Harry Triguboff and
Robert Simons, federal president, AFHU.
“ISRAEL’S struggles are our struggles. Their fight is our fight. Israel’s values are our values.”
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Seven’s deadly sin

CHANNEL 7 has compared a terrorist who stabbed an innocent 70-year-old man with someone “having an argument with their mother” prior to a car accident.

Rabbi Zalman Kastel explains Chanukah to a group of students as teachers Grace Smith, Zohra Aly and Jaxon Jennings look on.
Photo: Noel Kessel

Students building bridges

STUDENTS from Bass High School in Western Sydney visited Masada College last week as part of Together for Humanity’s inter-school ­program.


Commemorating Jewish refugees

MAURICE Cohen’s family was expelled from Cairo in 1957. “We were expelled with nothing – we left with little possessions, no money, no nothing.”


Tackling domestic violence

COUNSELLOR Greg Yee will be the keynote speaker at JewishCare’s White Ribbon Day breakfast next Wednesday.

David Knoll.

‘Anti-Semitism threatens our social fabric’

THE resurgence of anti-Semitism was listed as one of the main challenges facing multicultural Australia at the Federation of Ethnic Communities' Councils of Australia conference in Sydney recently.

Rabbi Dr Benjamin Elton at the NAJEX commemoration.
Photo: Alan Shaw

Recalling our diggers

MORE than 150 people attended the NSW Association of Jewish Ex-Servicemen & Women’s (NAJEX’s) Remembrance Day service at the Sydney Jewish Museum on Sunday, November 8.

ECAJ president Robert Goot. photo: Peter Haskin

ECAJ: ‘Australian Jewry is shocked, horrified, revulsed’

THE Executive Council of Australian Jewry (ECAJ) has added its voice to the worldwide chorus of shock and sorrow in the wake of Friday night’s terrorist attacks in Paris.

JQ150 patron Gerald Moses with Queensland MP for Mansfield Ian Walker at the event.

Queensland Jewry on show

THE Queensland Jewish community’s recent “JFEST QLD” cultural festival “surpassed everyone’s expectations”, according to Queensland Jewish Board of Deputies (QJBD) president Jason Steinberg. The festival was the first in a series

Foreign Minister Julie Bishop.

Hebrew Uni honour for Bishop

FOREIGN Minister Julie Bishop will be presented with the Hebrew University’s Torch of Learning Award at the Australian Friends of the Hebrew University’s gala dinner later this month.