IS it really a half century since humankind first slipped the surly bonds of Earth and trod an extraterrestrial body? Hard to believe, writes Peter Kohn.
PRIMO Levi was an Italian chemist who was arrested by the Nazis along with thousands of other Italian Jews – including my grandparents - and deported to the Auschwitz death camp during the Holocaust, writes Vic Alhadeff.
ISRAEL Folau has dominated our headlines over the past weeks. And, like the State of Israel, he is likely to continue to attract attention, heat and passion for the foreseeable future, writes Rabbi Ralph Genende.
IT was Australia at its best. On a recent Friday night in Sydney, leaders of the NSW Young Nationals, Young Greens, Young Liberals and Young Labor walked into The Great Synagogue, writes Vic Alhadeff.
LET me tell you about antisemitism in Europe and my Uncle Jacques, writes Sam Lipski.
"WOMEN can join our board if they want to. There's nothing standing in their way." I have lost count of the number of times I have heard this line in response to a call for gender equality on Jewish community boards, writes Keren Zelwer.
In this week's episode of Body Hack, Todd Sampson presented a sensational, but entirely one-sided portrayal, of the political situation in Gaza, writes Naomi Levin.
IF you had simply read the transcript of Body Hack this week, chances are you would take some comfort from some of Todd Sampson’s attempts to provide some balance to one of the world’s most intractable and bloody conflicts.
"HISTORY is not the past — It is the record of what's left on the record."
Freedom of speech doesn’t mean freedom from consequences; nor does it mean the freedom to belittle or degrade students because of their background, writes Joshua Kirsh.