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Three Israelis killed in terror attack

Three members of an Israeli family have been killed and one wounded in a stabbing attack in a West Bank settlement north of Ramallah. A father in his 60s and

Aussie aid for Syrian kids

Israeli doctors struggling to meet the cost of treating children from war-torn Syria were moved last week, when Australian donors and diplomats arrived to given them a cheque for $25,000. […]

Top speakers for JNF

FORMER director of Mossad, Tamir Pardo, and former US ambassador to Israel, Dan Shapiro, are set to appear exclusively in Australia at JNF’s annual campaign in September.

Hate site resurfaces

JEWISH organisations have condemned the Australian organisers of a website that Anti-Defamation Commission (ADC) chair Dvir Abramovich described as “one of the worst anti-Semitic websites I have ever seen”.

Glick’s gives Coles the flick

GLICK’S products won’t be available at Coles stores anymore because the companies couldn’t come to a financial arrangement that both sides were comfortable with.

‘Utterly untruthful’ reporting slammed

VICTORIAN Opposition Leader Matthew Guy, who was in the Old City of Jerusalem last Friday when three terrorists killed two Israeli police officers has slammed major news outlets for “fundamentally untruthful” reporting.

Sydney Uni BDS forum under fire

JEWISH leaders have hit out at a “blatantly anti-Israel hate-fest” set to take place at the University of Sydney next week, with the university dissociating itself from the inaugural “BDS – Driving Global Justice for Palestine” conference.

South Head locked as sparring continues

THE war of words over South Head Synagogue continues, but the congregation seems no closer to returning to its home on Old South Head Road.

‘I want an apology before I die’

More than seven decades after his liberation, Holocaust survivor Eddy Boas has written his memoirs. He shares his story with Yael Brender. 

Israel: the good and the bad news

DELIVERING the 35th B’nai B’rith Anti-Defamation Commission Gandel Oration to a capacity audience at Moriah College, acclaimed US diplomat Dennis Ross divided his address between “good news, bad news and uncertain news”.