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Emanuel makes history with same-sex wedding

Jackie Stricker-Phelps had the Jewish wedding she always dreamed of last week when, for the first time since the legalisation of same-sex marriage in Australia, two women stood under a chuppah at the Emanuel Synagogue in Sydney.

Lorde’s human rights hypocrisy

NEW Zealand singer Lorde has received worldwide condemnation from Jewish leaders and personalities for supporting the boycott, divestment and sanctions campaign against Israel by withdrawing from a concert in Tel Aviv. 

The ultimate wedding surprise

TEARS were flowing in Israel overnight when Libby Nagel, who was diagnosed with cancer at the age of three, surprised everyone and walked down the aisle as a flower girl at her cousins’s wedding in Jerusalem.

Outstanding results for Jewish schools

Scopus, Bialik and Yeshivah finish in top-10 Victorian schools.

Five Jewish students top the State

FIVE Jewish students were recognised for topping Higher School Certificate subjects today in Sydney.

Trump’s recognition of Jerusalem ‘an important step towards peace’

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said the U.S. recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital is “an important step towards peace.”

Anti-Semitism on the rise in Australia

The 2017 Report on Anti-Semitism in Australia released by the Executive Council of Australian Jewry reveals a 10 per cent rise in anti-Semitic incidents reported nationally.

Triple triumph for Le’aupepe

Gang of Youths frontman Dave Le'aupepe referenced his Holocaust heritage as the band picked up the ARIA for Best Album on Tuesday night – one of three awards they won together with Best Rock Album and Best Group.

Nick refuses to cave in to ‘BDS bullies’

Iconic Australian rock star Nick Cave has said it was the BDS movement that prompted him to play Tel Aviv this week – to defy its attempts to "shut down" and "bully musicians".

Jewish roof bodies: ‘Legalise SSM’

COMMUNAL roof bodies have urged the government to legalise same-sex marriage in the wake of the postal survey which showed 61.6 per cent of respondents supported marriage equality.