All posts tagged Julie Nathan

Anti-Semitism on the rise in Australia

The 2017 Report on Anti-Semitism in Australia released by the Executive Council of Australian Jewry reveals a 10 per cent rise in anti-Semitic incidents reported nationally.

Presenter’s post offends

A PRESENTER on community radio station 3CR has come under fire from ECAJ after posting a message on Facebook that appeared to justify the murder of Israeli border police officer Hadas Malka.

18C dominates ECAJ AGM

Section 18C of the Racial Discrimination Act dominated debate at the Executive Council of Australian Jewry’s 2016 conference on November 27.

Three faiths unite against hate

Rabbi Elton said he felt heartened by feedback from the Abraham Conference and what was said by panel members from three faiths.

Anti-Semitism down but hate continues

THE number of anti-Semitic attacks in Australia has dropped by 39 per cent according to the Executive Council of Australian Jewry’s (ECAJ) annual anti-Semitism report.

Leading the fight against hate

AUSTRALIAN activists were among the 1200 delegates at the fifth Global Forum for Combating Anti-Semitism in Jerusalem last week.

Anti-Semitsm on the rise

THE number of anti-Semitic physical assaults trebled to 15 in the last year according to the Executive Council of Australian Jewry’s (ECAJ’s) annual anti-Semitism report.

Anti-Israel hate speech on our streets

“ISRAEL is an illegitimate state. Israel has no right to exist,” shouted the speaker, to thunderous applause and cheers from the thousands packed into the square.

Four Corners sparks Facebook hate

THE Executive Council of Australian Jewry (ECAJ) plans to take up the issue of anti-Semitic posts on the ABC’s Facebook page directly with the national broadcaster. A slew of offensive […]

Anti-Semitism on rise but violence abates

ANTI-Semitism in Australia rose sharply in the 12 months to September 30 this year, with 657 anti-Jewish incidents that met the Australian Human Rights Commission’s (AHRC’s) definition of “racist violence”, up by a fifth from the previous year, and the second highest tally on record.