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Iconic baker mourned

THE Jewish community has farewelled bakery pioneer Mendel Glick, who passed away on Sunday, aged 94.

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WA ALP now voting on Palestine recognition

JEWISH leaders have voiced concern over reports that a vote in Western Australia could become the next stage in a creeping move within the ALP to grant unconditional recognition to a Palestinian state.

Foley spruiks Carr’s Palestine stance

‘It was terrifying’

Liquidation won’t tear South Head apart


Fox shines in her U23 Worlds farewell

In her final appearance at an Under-23 Canoe Slalom World Championships, Sydney’s Jessica Fox bounced back from the heartbreak of missing a medal in the women’s single canoe by winning gold in the women’s single kayak on July 23.

Aussie netballers create history at Games

Australia created netball history at the 2017 Maccabiah Games by becoming champions in both the open and junior competitions.


Three killed in Halamish bloodbath

IT was meant to be a baby shower. Instead, it became a bloodbath. Three Israelis were buried on Sunday, after their lives came to an abrupt and brutal end two days earlier, as they digested their dinner and waited for guests to arrive to celebrate the birth of a new baby.

Israel removes Al-Aqsa metal detectors

IN what looked like a desperate attempt to stop tensions spiralling out of control, the Israeli government has dismantled the metal detectors at entrances to the Al-Aqsa Mosque and Temple


Uncovering hidden music works

Lost cultural works from Europe from the 1930s and 1940s are being given new life in a music festival in Sydney. Danny Gocs reports.

YID! a big group with a bigger sound

When 20 leading musicians join forces to reinterpret Yiddish songs, the result is the infectious sound of YID! Rebecca Davis reports.


Win tickets to Kindertransport

Darlinghurst Theatre Company is producing the Australian professional premiere of Kindertransport, an extraordinary play by Diane Samuels, directed by Sandra Eldridge. Just before the outbreak of the Second World War, Britain […]


How to win the war for Israel

AS a famous Jewish broadcaster might have said, let’s tell it like it is. The war for Israel is being lost. It’s being lost in branch meetings and conferences and membership numbers and political parties across the world; it’s being lost on cable news and in university classrooms and in Facebook threads and on Twitter posts and in arguments around a million tables in a million cities.

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