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Marrickville singing in harmony

MARRICKVILLE Council, once maligned due to its attempt to join the anti-Israel boycott, divestment and sanctions (BDS) movement, has lent its backing to the staging of a Jewish music festival in the area.
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FREE spiritual leader Rabbi Yehoram Ulman said he is grateful for Wolper's generosity.

Wolper grants boost communal organisations

THE Burger Centre, Hatzolah, Friends of Refugees of Eastern Europe (FREE) and the National Council of Jewish Women of Australia’s (NCJWA) Mum for Mum program are the beneficiaries in the Wolper Jewish Hospital Health Foundation’s 2015 round of grants, announced this week.

The AJN's cover on March 20, 1998.

Appeal to solve murder

IT was the murder that shocked the Sydney Jewish community and more than 17 years later, it remains unsolved.

Clashes erupted between Israeli troops and activists on board the Mavi Marmara which was attempting to break the Gaza blockade.
Photo: AJN File.

ICC probe ‘lacks legal merit’

THE judges who voted to reopen the International Criminal Court’s (ICC’s) investigation into the 2010 flotilla incident have “undermined the institutional credibility of the ICC”, Zionist Federation of Australia president Danny Lamm said this week.

JCA vice-president Michael Graf.

See where your money goes

EVER wondered how your hard-earned donations to JCA are being used within the community? Now is your chance to find out.

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani.

Local dismay over Iran deal

AS Australia woke to the news yesterday that an agreement had been reached with Iran to curb its nuclear program, critics were already dissecting and finding problems with the deal.

Labor MP Melissa Parke.

ALP should be ‘ashamed of Parke’

FEDERAL Labor MP Melissa Parke needs to be “pulled into line” after she signed a petition calling on the United Nations Security Council to place sanctions on Israel, the Executive Council of Australian Jewry (ECAJ) says.

The program culminates in a week-long study tour of Israel.

Labor’s Berger fellows

FOUR young Labor Party staffers will take part in the inaugural NSW Jewish Board of Deputies (JBOD) Berger Fellowship this year.

Perry Goldman travelled to Sydney in June 1943.

‘Heartwarming’ response to appeal

LAST week, The AJN put out a call on behalf of Florida resident Sidney Goldman to find out more about Jewish Sydneysiders who entertained his US serviceman father Perry (pictured) for a week during World War II.

Rabbi Abraham Cooper. (YouTube screenshot)

Rabbi Abraham Cooper headed to Oz

BY refusing to condemn Palestinian hatred and incitement against Jews and Israel, world powers are helping to destroy any chances for peace.