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Terror attack outside kosher restaurant

A van plowed through a crowd of people on Barcelona’s main shopping street, reportedly killing at least 13 people and injuring over 50 others. Police said they were treating the

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‘A warning for democracies’

THE Executive Council of Australian Jewry (ECAJ) condemned both the rally and the lacklustre response of President Donald Trump.

ECAJ vs ADC

Kluwgant quits Adass

‘No basis for peace deal’

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sport

Hakoah FC to play Melbourne City

Gidi Sweet will play in the biggest match of his life against reigning Football Federation Australia (FFA) Cup title-holders Melbourne City later this month.

Horwitz excited about Super Melbourne move

He’s nursing an injured cheekbone, but Australia’s only Jewish player at Super Rugby level, David Horwitz, is in high spirits about his forthcoming move from the NSW Waratahs to the Melbourne Rebels.

international

Apology over ‘Jewish guests’ sign

The manager of a hotel in Switzerland has said she was wrong to post signs instructing “Jewish guests” to shower before entering the pool and to access the refrigerator at set times.

World’s oldest man mourned

Yisrael Kristal, a Holocaust survivor from Haifa who was recognised by Guinness World Records as the oldest man in the world, has died, a month before his 114th birthday.

arts

Spotlight on Israeli films

From dramas to documentaries, this year’s AICE Israeli Film Festival under the helm of director Richard Moore offers a smorgasbord of award-winning films, writes Danny Gocs.

Creepy chaos with Addams family

It’s a step back into the chaotic world of the Addams family as the popular musical returns to the Sydney stage. Yael Brender reports.

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Win tickets to AICE Israeli Film Festival

This year’s feast of Israeli cinema (September 5 -17th )  is on the move in Melbourne back to the south side, showing at the Village Rivoli and the Alex Theatre, St Kilda. In Sydney […]

opinion

Unsavoury bedfellows

WHEN did the world turn upside down? This Sunday, Neil Erikson, who in 2014 pleaded guilty to making racist phone calls to Melbourne’s Rabbi Dovid Gutnick, was due to rally alongside Jewish activist Avi Yemini in Sydney to demonstrate against the court ruling on the FREE shule in Bondi.

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