All posts tagged Anti-Defamation Commission

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.

Labor’s latest pains

LABOR has dumped a Northern Territory Senate hopeful who had shared antisemitic conspiracy theories on Facebook.

‘We need compulsory Holocaust education’

I SOMETIMES wonder what would happen if I walked down any street in our capital cities and did an impromptu quiz with passers-by on their knowledge of the Holocaust, writes Dvir Abramovich.

Frydenberg targeted by antisemitic vandals

TREASURER Josh Frydenberg has labelled those responsible for vandalising his election campaign posters with antisemitic graffiti as "cowards".

Calls to ban controversial singer

THERE are calls for a US singer who once gave a Nazi salute and shouted “white power” to be banned from performing in Australia.

Why I campaigned to ban David Icke

This righteous decision communicates the message that Australia stands for better, that it will continue to be a safe haven for us all, and that the likes of David Icke are not welcome here.

‘A sad indictment’

One of the reasons that 14-year-old Josh’s family immigrated from the UK to Australia a few years ago was because of the increasing threat of antisemitism. “He couldn’t walk around

Disqualified!

THE International Paralympic Committee (IPC) has stripped Malaysia of the right to host the 2019 World Para Swimming Championships.

‘We mourn alongside her family and friends’

AIIA Maasarwe came to Melbourne to study as an exchange student at La Trobe University. But on Monday evening, her father Saeed helped to carry her coffin at the Albanian Islamic centre and mosque in Dandenong.

Game shame

AUSTRALIAN games retailers are being urged to follow the example of Games World in Chadstone, which has ceased selling the game Secret Hitler following complaints filed to the Anti-Defamation Commission (ADC).