All posts tagged Anzac Day

Rabbi’s Anzac participation a first

LAST Thursday’s Anzac Day dawn service at Bondi Beach, attended by 20,000 people, incorporated a uniquely Jewish element.

Anzac Day in Israel: honouring their sacrifice

AS Israelis remembered the horrors of the Holocaust on Yom Hashoah this week, Australians offered a reminder of how much the world has changed. 

Remembering a heroic Aussie

ALMOST 100 years ago Amichai Honig was born in Perth. While the young Jewish boy may have had humble beginnings, he would go on to become a valiant war hero whose descendants are committed to the preservation of his memory.

It’s never too late to right a wrong

John Monash of Jerilderie and Melbourne did not receive one Australian Government award after his brilliant contribution as our best citizen general in helping to win World War One, not one!

Frydenberg in Israel

Josh Frydenberg, Minister for the Environment and Energy, was in Israel on a visit to make progress on issues discussed during Benjamin Netanyahu’s February trip to Australia.

Honouring our Anzacs

WITH this year marking the centenary of the charge of the Australian Light Horse Brigade at Beersheva, NAJEX has turned the focus to Israel for its annual commemoration of Anzac Day.

Honouring our Anzacs

SENIOR military figure Peter Meehan chronicled the heroism of Australian soldiers during World War I in a passionate, sometimes emotional address to an Anzac Day commemoration service held by the Victorian Association of Jewish Ex & Servicemen and Women (VAJEX).