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MAGEN David Adom (MDA) NSW president Roland Nagel is asking the community to continue the strong support it has shown in years past this Red Sunday.
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The photo under which the offensive comment was posted.

Facebook hate page pulled

FACEBOOK has removed the page of an anti-Semitic student group whose administrators had been trolling Jewish community-related pages.

The Middle East section of Typo's globe.

Typo on Typo’s world globe

A WORLD globe with Palestine printed over the area of Israel will continue being sold at retailer Typo, despite its parent company, Cotton On, being informed of the error.

The Sydney Jewish Museum.

Govt grants a boon for community

JEWISH organisations have benefitted to the tune of over $80,000 in the latest round of NSW government Community Building Partnership funding.

Natasha May. Photo: Gareth Narunsky.

HSC students do us proud

MORIAH and Masada Colleges have retained their positions atop the Jewish schools tree, coming in at 18th and 24th respectively in the state’s All Merit List.

From left: Ben English, Bevan Shields, David Lipson and Alex Hart. Photo: Giselle Haber.

Impressions of Israel

LABELLING Israel study tours “a junket or propaganda tour” – as former foreign minister Bob Carr did last month – is to completely misunderstand their nature and depth, Sky News political journalist David Lipson said earlier this month.

Malcolm Turnbull at Central Synagogue. Picture: Noel Kessel.

PM joins ‘mishpocha’ for Chanukah

A staunch friend of the Jewish community and a personal friend to so many within it, Malcolm Turnbull attended his first Jewish function as Prime Minister, when he lit the chanukiah at Central Synagogue on Monday.

From left: Dave Sharma, George Brandis, Benjamin Netanyahu and Christopher Pyne.

Pyne, Brandis hail inspirational Israel

INNOVATION was high on the agenda when government minister Christopher Pyne met with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Jerusalem earlier this week.

The offending flag which can be seen from the street in the northern NSW town of Iluka.

Locals repulsed by swastikas

PITTWATER Council has removed a swastika that had adorned a telegraph pole for a year, following a complaint from a resident which The AJN followed up.

From left: Logan MP Linus Power, ALP Queensland assistant state secretary Jon Persley, AILD co-founder Michael Borowick, Beattie, AILD NSW member Greg Holland, QJBD President Jason Steinberg and QJBD advocacy chair Libby Burke.

Israel’s friends in WA, Qld Labor

WESTERN Australia Labor will consider a motion condemning the wave of stabbing attacks against Israeli civilians and Palestinian Authority incitement next week.