JUST weeks after pledging to remove a world globe with Palestine printed over the area of Israel from sale, Typo has come under fire again after allowing a barrage of “blatantly anti-Semitic and anti-Israel” comments to remain on its Facebook page.
NSW Labor delegates to this weekend’s state conference have proposed more motions on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict than on the environment or Indigenous affairs ... and more than all other motions concerning foreign policy put together.
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.
A DELEGATION of young Australians has visited Israel’s Arava region for four days of volunteer work. The 59 Australasian Union of Jewish Students (AUJS) members, on the AUJS Academy-Onward Israel program, paid a visit to the region under the Arava-Australia partnership, part of the Jewish Agency for Israel’s Partnership 2gether venture, coordinated locally by the Zionist Federation of Australia.
AS he celebrated the start of 2016, Alon Bakal texted his father saying: “I love life.” The next day, his life was cruelly taken by a terrorist in a Tel
A WEST Australian university has apologised to the Jewish Community Council of Western Australia (JCCWA) over an article by one of its academics, berating Israel.
THE Australasian Union of Jewish Students (AUJS) has condemned scenes of “overt anti-Semitism” at the National Union of Students’ (NUS) national conference in Melbourne last week as an anti-Israel motion was debated.
INNOVATION was high on the agenda when government minister Christopher Pyne met with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Jerusalem earlier this week.
THE Leader of the Opposition in the Senate, Penny Wong, insists that the ALP has been a longstanding friend of Israel and will continue to be.