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IN so many ways, 5778, Israel’s 70th anniversary year, has been a cocktail of both negative and positive. It has been a topsy-turvy year for us in the international arena, a year of turmoil in the Middle East and a year of mixed relations with our closest neighbours. And yet when we examine the issues closely, we can look to the future with a cautious, yet palpable sense of hope and optimism that the positive will outweigh the negative and the future seems bright.
Australia's close relations with Israel will remain strong should Labor win the next federal election, outgoing deputy chief of mission at the Israeli Embassy Anat Sultan-Dadon believes.
MORE than 600 members of the community turned out to pay their respects to Israel’s fallen soldiers and terror victims at a moving ceremony on Tuesday evening.
ISRAEL is "a beacon of democracy in a very troubled neighbourhood", Australia's Foreign Minister Julie Bishop said on the 70th anniversary of the United Nations (UN) partition resolution which led to the establishment of the country.
Moving tributes to the late former Israeli president Shimon Peres were held at communal events in Melbourne and Sydney last week.
“HOW can you prevent someone who’s waking up in the morning, not part of an organisation or group, and deciding he’s taking a knife and is going to do whatever it was he was incited to do?” asked Anat Sultan-Dadon at a Zionism Victoria briefing on the terror crisis in Israel.