All posts tagged International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance

AUJS campaign receives international award

The Australasian Union of Jewish Students (AUJS) was recognised on the international stage when the organisation won the Campaign of the Year award at last week’s World Union of Jewish Students Congress.

Corbyn pledges to recognise Palestinian state

JEREMY Corbyn, the head of Britain's Labour Party, said that he would immediately recognise a Palestinian state if elected to lead the United Kingdom.

New AUJS executive announced

NEWLY elected Australasian Union of Jewish Students (AUJS) 2019 chairperson Josef Wilkinson says he is "looking forward to a really great year with an amazing executive".

Anti-Israel posters in London follow Labour vote

POSTERS saying “Israel is a racist endeavor” appeared on bus stops in London a day after Britain’s opposition Labour Party voted to accept the international definition of anti-Semitism, but with a free speech clause on criticising Israel.A section of the full International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA) definition of anti-Semitism states that “denying the Jewish people their right to self-determination, e.g., by claiming that the existence of a State of Israel is a racist endeavour” is an anti-Semitic act. Labour had initially omitted this example and three others from the definition it was going to approve earlier this summer.

Corbyn ‘greatest danger to Jews’

JEREMY Corbyn has "unleashed a tidal wave of anti-Semitism in Great Britain", Dore Gold said at the Anti-Defamation Commission Gandel Oration in Sydney last week.

Corbyn a danger to Jews, says Gold

THE views of British Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn represent a new high in resurgent anti-Semitism, said Dore Gold, president of the Jerusalem Centre for Public Affairs, as he delivered the 35th Anti-Defamation Commission (ADC) Gandel Oration.

Facebook is stuck in denial

If Facebook doesn’t revise its outdated policy on Holocaust denial, regulators will inevitably change it for them. That will leave Facebook and the Zuckerbergs not just stuck in the past, but on the wrong side of history.

Troubling Times

NEW South Wales Opposition Leader Luke Foley has disassociated himself from articles in the Australian Muslim Times (AMUST) that veer into anti-Semitic territory after an advertisement he placed wishing the Muslim community Eid Mubarak appeared in the same edition.

Uni SRC condemns AUJS

THE University of Sydney's Student Representative Council (SRC) has responded to the Australasian Union of Jewish Students' (AUJS) complaint about student magazine Honi Soit glorifying a terrorist on its cover – by condemning AUJS.