All posts tagged Dr Dvir Abramovich

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.

Swastika in Windsor

A WALL in Windsor, Victoria, has been defaced with a swastika, drawing the ire of members of the community.

Professor’s controversial cartoons

An academic at the University of New England (UNE) in NSW – who controversially defended a student’s thesis disputing the Holocaust – is in the spotlight again, this time for allegedly displaying anti-Semitic cartoons.

Australian Jewry ‘shocked, outraged’ at Belgium bombings

AUSTRALIA’S Jewish leaders have expressed their shock and outrage at yesterday’s terrorist bombings in Brussels, which left more than 30 people dead. Writing to Belgium ambassador to Australia Jean-Luc Bodson, Executive

Denial leaflets in uni carpark

HOLOCAUST denial reared its ugly head on campus on the first day of the new university semester on Monday.

Carr slammed over Jerusalem remarks

FORMER foreign minister Bob Carr has come under fire from members of his own party after lamenting the “Judaising” of the “great Arab city” of Jerusalem and saying politicians are being “seduced and bribed” with study tours to Israel.

Seven’s deadly sin

CHANNEL 7 has compared a terrorist who stabbed an innocent 70-year-old man with someone “having an argument with their mother” prior to a car accident.

ECAJ: ‘Australian Jewry is shocked, horrified, revulsed’

THE Executive Council of Australian Jewry (ECAJ) has added its voice to the worldwide chorus of shock and sorrow in the wake of Friday night’s terrorist attacks in Paris.

Hate engulfs VCE Facebook group

THE principal of one of the schools involved in an onslaught of anti-Semitic comments on a VCE Facebook page has condemned the behaviour as “totally inappropriate”.

Reflections on Rabin’s legacy

AS 100,000 people joined together in central Tel Aviv on Saturday to mark the 20th anniversary of the assassination of Yitzhak Rabin, community leaders in Australia reflected on the life and legacy of the slain prime ­minister.