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Waverley Council to accelerate Bondi CCTV plan

WAVERLEY COUNCIL has taken further steps to advance a planned upgrade of security infrastructure spanning Bondi Beach’s pedestrian promenade and mural wall, following a recent wave of antisemitic vandalism.

Man ‘planned to kill Jewish university students’

A CONVICTED terrorist who stabbed a man in Sydney's south-west had plans to kill Jewish students at the University of Sydney as a "revenge" attack, a court has heard.

Leeser: ‘Dirtiest, nastiest election I can remember’

RE-ELECTED MP for Berowra Julian Leeser despaired that the recent federal election campaign was "singularly the dirtiest and nastiest election I can remember".

Analyst says war an option

AHEAD of his return visit to Australia, Professor Efraim Inbar declared that in the absence of a Palestinian peace partner, "conflict management" is Israel's best hope for the foreseeable future.

Report: Litzman didn’t just intervene for Leifer

EXPLOSIVE new claims regarding the Malka Leifer case are prompting calls for Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to change his planned coalition. 

Rabbi Gutnick to remain head of RCANZ

RABBI Moshe Gutnick is to remain president of the Rabbinic Council of Australia and New Zealand (RCANZ) despite the High Court rejecting an appeal application by the Sydney Beth Din (SBD), which he heads, to overturn contempt of court convictions against four of its members.

Macnamara’s first MP

Labor's Josh Burns won the Melbourne seat of Macnamara, making him the newest Jewish Member of Parliament.

TAFE acts after Jewish student told to ‘burn’

A JEWISH TAFE student was left too scared to go to class after enduring two years of antisemitic bullying.

Sharma: ‘I will always stand up for Israel’

NEW Wentworth Liberal MP Dave Sharma has pledged to "always stand up for Israel" and to be a "fervent combatant" of antisemitism and the anti-Israel boycott movement.

NSW govt provides $2m for communal security

MAKING good on a pre-election pledge, Vaucluse MP Gabrielle Upton joined NSW Attorney-General Mark Speakman and Minister for Multiculturalism John Sidoti to present the community with a $2 million cheque for communal security on Tuesday night.