All posts tagged Jennifer Huppert

‘One of the good guys’

ANTON Hermann was this week remembered as a principled, compassionate Jewish leader, “a true gentleman” and “one of the good guys” after his tragic death in a cycling accident in Queensland.

Tributes flow for community leader Anton Hermann

TRIBUTES are flowing for Jewish Community Council of Victoria (JCCV) vice-president Anton Hermann, who tragically passed away yesterday aged 53.

‘Deeply offensive to community’

A LARGE sign depicting a swastika inside a Star of David adjacent to the words, "Zionism is anti Jew and Gentile" erected at a property near the corner of Brickwood and Head streets in Brighton has been labelled "deplorable" by communal leaders. 

Politicians raise their glasses to Israel

STATE politicians and supporters of Israel gathered at Queens Hall in Victoria's Parliament earlier this week to celebrate Israel's 71st birthday.

JCCV’s ‘sorry’ to Aleph 20 years on

HISTORY was made at the Jewish Community Council of Victoria (JCCV) on Monday night when its plenum voted to apologise unconditionally to LGBTIQ+ advocacy and support group Aleph Melbourne for painful events that occurred 20 years ago.

JBOD launches Christchurch crowdfunding campaign

THE New Zealand mosque massacres prompted the NSW Jewish Board of Deputies (JBOD) to launch a crowd-funding campaign in support of the Muslim community in Christchurch.

Sorry seems to be the hardest word

OLD wounds were scratched at the Jewish Community Council of Victoria (JCCV) plenum on Monday when it failed to formally apologise for denying affiliation to gay advocacy and support group Aleph Melbourne 20 years ago.

‘Confine these views to the dustbin of history’

JEWISH leaders have joined a legion of Australians condemning an anti-immigration rally in Melbourne on Saturday attended by Queensland senator Fraser Anning, at which neo-Nazi salutes were made and Nazi paraphernalia was displayed.

Jewish-Muslim initiative tackles racism

A Jewish-Muslim initiative that provides training on how to safely respond to a hate attack was launched at Melbourne's Immigration Museum on December 10.

Thundering Bolt strikes Bagel Belt

HE is no stranger to divisiveness, and last week Andrew Bolt polarised members of both the wider and Jewish community. Four News Corp tabloids, including the Herald Sun published an op-ed by the controversial columnist entitled in the Daily Telegraph as "The foreign invasion".