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WE must keep the Zionist ‘tent’ open, according to author and commentator Professor Gil Troy.
ATTORNEY-general Christian Porter chose The Great Synagogue as the venue to release the government’s proposed religious freedom reforms yesterday (Thursday).
FORMER deputy prime minister Tim Fischer has been remembered in the Jewish community as a stalwart advocate of the legacy of Sir John Monash, campaigning relentlessly for the World War I visionary to be posthumously promoted to the supreme Australian rank of field marshal.
TREVOR Poulton, the figure at the centre of a renewed storm over Josh Frydenberg's eligibility to sit in Parliament, has quit the ALP, amid claims antisemitism played a role in the attacks on the Treasurer.
TREVOR Poulton, the controversial figure at the centre of a renewed storm over Treasurer Josh Frydenberg's eligibility to sit in Parliament, has dramatically quit the Australian Labor Party.
PROFESSOR Gil Troy is set to visit Australia as a special guest of the Zionist Federation of Australia (ZFA), to headline its plenary conference in Sydney on August 25 and to speak in Melbourne and Perth.
THIS year, the annual AJN Rosh Hashanah card competition is celebrating its 10th anniversary.
We live in an age that increasingly affirms equality of rights as a moral imperative, writes Peter Wertheim.
AUSTRALIA has been urged to suspend payments to the United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA) amid allegations of corruption at the highest levels of the Palestinian aid organisation.
NSW Labor frontbencher Walt Secord has thrown his support behind Josh Frydenberg, labelling dual citizenship claims against the federal Treasurer as being “deeply rooted in antisemitism”.