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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”.
TREASURER Josh Frydenberg has had a High Court case filed against him over claims he is a dual citizen by descent.
IN the wake of the targeting of Josh Frydenberg, radio broadcaster Neil Mitchell has delivered a passionate plea to Australians to reject antisemitism whenever they see it.
“I’ll tell you what it’s a time to draw a line on, it’s anti-Semitism,” Morrison said.
ON the same day she was elected chair of the NSW Parliamentary Friends of Israel, Upper House Liberal MP Natalie Ward made a stirring speech in Parliament denouncing antisemitism.
THE election result has thrown a big question mark over a $5 million feasibility study into a site-sharing arrangement between Mount Scopus College and a redeveloped Caulfield Hospital at the hospital's Kooyong Road premises.
Treasurer, deputy Liberal leader and top Jew in the country Josh Frydenberg shares a more personal side of his life with Rebecca Davis.
MELBOURNE'S Jewish Holocaust Centre (JHC) has received a huge funding boost from the federal government.
A NEW tax treaty signed late last month between Australia and Israel will "definitely improve cross-border investment and trade opportunities", the head of banking and finance at one of Israel's most prominent law firms says.
ON March 28, the governments of Australia and Israel signed a tax treaty. This is a key milestone in the relationship between the two countries, write Dr Niv Tadmore and Lauren Moses.