US withdraws from the United Nations Human Rights Council, saying there is a “chronic bias” against Israel.
THE Australian Jewish community this week celebrates our latest crop of Queen's Birthday honorees.
UNDER new laws to be introduced in the NSW Parliament, any individual who incites or threatens violence against the Jewish community could face three years in prison.
The editors responsible for a University of Sydney student magazine cover depicting a suicide bomber who killed more than 50 people – including several Israeli and Lebanese soldiers – have defied calls for an apology.
A UNITED Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) resolution to investigate Israel's actions at the Gaza border during the recent violent unrest "failed the test of balance and impartiality", Foreign Minister Julie Bishop said.
MELBOURNE'S Jewish security has been boosted in the hours after a stabbing in Caulfield North tonight (Saturday).
THE deadliest day of violence on the Gaza border since Operation Protective Edge in 2014 saw 58 Palestinians reportedly killed on Monday while trying to infiltrate into Israel, around half of them known terrorists, according to the Israel Defence Forces.
AS global leaders reacted to Donald Trump's announcement in the early hours of Wednesday morning, Australian time, that he was pulling the United States out of the "decaying and rotten" Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) with Iran, a deal that was "defective at its core", Israel, which welcomed the news, prepared for repercussions across its northern border.
WHEN Lou Solomons, now 101, was conscripted into the British Army during World War II, his main goal was to stay alive.
THE Australian Jewish community is uniting to support and raise funds for the family of Alex Raichman, a "precious and beautiful" 11-year-old boy from Sydney, who died in tragic circumstances on Sunday night.