All posts tagged John Gandel
TZIPI Livni said she wished anti-Israel protesters outside Moriah College last Wednesday night were inside so she could explain to them how the IDF does its best to minimise civilian casualties.
FIVE out of the top 10 wealthiest people in Australia are Jewish, according to this year's Financial Review Rich List.
Eleven Holocaust survivors movingly shared their testimonies at the inaugural Gandel Holocaust Education Conference, which was officially opened by Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews.
JEWISH businessman and philanthropist Harry Triguboff was the honoured guest and 85-year-old "birthday boy" at Yeshiva's gala dinner, attended by 850 people at Sydney's International Convention Centre on February 27.
A REGIONAL body to coordinate Holocaust commemorative and educational organisations in Australia, New Zealand and south east Asia, has been launched at a landmark conference.
JOSEPH Lieberman, the first Jewish candidate for vice-president in American history, has agreed to serve as the International Patron of The Joint Australia, a post that was previously held by the revered Elie Wiesel.
Renowned philanthropists John and Pauline Gandel have received the 2016 Premier’s Award for Harmony as part of Victoria’s Multicultural Awards for Excellence.
A book celebrating the contributions of some of the most outstanding Jewish Australian humanitarians, philanthropists and social justice activists was launched last week at the Jewish Museum of Australia (JMA).
In Dan Mariaschin’s lifetime in America, anti-Semitism, “one of the world’s oldest and most destructive social pathologies”, has morphed from social bigotry among mid-20th century blue bloods telling Jewish applicants their hotels and schools were off limits, to terrorism in the Muslim world.
The three richest people in Australia have a combined wealth of more than $29 billion ... and they’re all Jewish.