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Leifer: Rabbi retracts release request

MALKA Leifer’s continued detention in a psychiatric facility is proof that together the community can create a culture that is morally accountable, one of her alleged victims Dassi Erlich said.

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Women unite for common cause

Headlining the United Israel Appeal (UIA) NSW Women’s Division events was Israeli ambassador to Ethiopia Belaynesh Zevadia – the first Ethiopian olah to become an ambassador representing Israel – who shared a message of perseverance with her audience on Sunday evening at the Four Seasons Hotel and on Monday at Watsons Bay’s Dunbar House.

‘The Green Prince’ captivates crowd

Synagogues speak out

Most schools wait to join



Western Australian makes Maccabi golf history

In a rare feat, a player from Perth has won the men’s competition at this year’s Maccabi Golf National Championships, which came to a thrilling climax on March 4 after three days of play at Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula.

Klinger calls time on first-class career

After 182 matches, Michael Klinger has called stumps on his storied first-class career spanning almost two decades, but will still play T20 cricket.


Last minute deal saves Bibi’s coalition

The Israeli government has averted early elections, by cutting a deal to bring a coalition crisis to an end.

Trump’s peace plan – what’s on the cards?

The Palestinians are coming under growing pressure from their friends to drop their antagonism to Washington’s upcoming peace plan, according to Arabic media.


Music fills In One Voice festival

The annual In One Voice street festival in Elsternwick has plenty of music to keep the crowds entertained, both on Sunday, March 18 and at the festival eve concert. 

Our photo competition winners

The winning holiday photo and sunset photo in The AJN’s summer competitions were taken in Nepal and Los Angeles, with the winners talking about the stories behind their prize-winning shots.


Win tickets to The Time Machine

A brand-new production of The Time Machine will be staged in Sydney from Wednesday 11 April 2018 at the NIDA Playhouse Theatre. Written by Sydney playwright Frank Gauntlett, The Time Machine

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A plea for tolerance from all sides

The left should be cognisant of its rigidity when it comes to imposing rules that attempt to include but inevitably alienate, and the right should trust in the resilience of the community to change.

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