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PM defends Frydenberg, condemns Antisemitism

“I’ll tell you what it’s a time to draw a line on, it’s anti-Semitism,” Morrison said.

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national

Expert’s Apollo 11 memories

FIFTY years ago this week, as excitement about the first-ever moon landing reached fever pitch, Professor Tony Klein became an instant celebrity as one of the Australian voices commentating on the voyage of Apollo 11.

ABC interview ‘failed to meet standard’

Frydenberg citizenship saga returns

Australian Jewish leaders slam Israeli minister

international

Argentina lists Hezbollah as terrorist group

Argentina listed Hezbollah as a terrorist group on Thursday, the 25th anniversary of a deadly attack on Argentine Jews attributed to the Lebanon-based militia.

Bibi issues warning over Iran

EUROPE’S cool response to Iran’s nuclear transgressions is reminiscent of the appeasement of Hitler, Benjamin Netanyahu has claimed.

sport

A mighty finish in Mexico City

IN a powerhouse final week of the 2019 Pan American Maccabi Games in Mexico City, the Australian team earned another 13 gold medals to take their golden tally to 16, and their overall medal count to 50.

Hall kicks goal for the ages

SAM Hall, 51, was already a winner by simply taking her place in the starting forward pocket for the AJAX Jackettes earlier this year in the opening round of the VAFA women’s division 4 season, as the team’s oldest player.

arts & features

Musical mastermind behind Whiteley

Celebrated Australian Jewish composer Elena Kats-Chernin said the new Australian opera Whiteley, based around the iconic life of artist Brett Whiteley, is “probably the biggest show of my life”. Sophie Deutsch reports.

Lisa Sarzin (left) mentors GO Foundation scholar and Wadi Wadi woman, Natalie Abraham.

A common meeting ground

NAIDOC Week is marked from July 7-14, a time when we celebrate the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. Lisa Sarzin, Mark Leibler and Gary Samowitz share the special relationships they have fostered with Indigenous Australians.

competitions

Win tickets to West Side Story

When the original Broadway production of West Side Storyopened in 1957, musical theatre changed forever. The production is a timeless masterpiece whose thrilling unity of music, dance, book and lyrics has been rarely matched

opinion

Health can heal a community’s anguish

ISRAEL’S Ethiopian community has been thrust into the spotlight following the tragic death of a 19-year-old teenager on June 30. Solomon Teka of Haifa was shot by an off-duty policeman under controversial circumstances, writes Ron Finkel. 

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