All posts tagged Moriah College

‘The best prime minister Israel never had’

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.

Pro-Palestinian protesters oppose Livni visit

PRO-Palestinian protesters marched outside Moriah College last night (Wednesday) to oppose the visit of former Israeli deputy prime minister Tzipi Livni, in what Wentworth MP Dave Sharma has described as a "shameful episode".

UIA launches ‘My Israel’ competition

JEWISH students will share in more than $6000 worth of prizes in a competition to showcase Israel.

Moriah commences master planning

MORIAH College has embarked on a master planning process with the NSW government to address the school's educational needs for the next decade.

Jewish duo reach new level at nationals

ARTISTIC gymnastics of the highest standard was on the menu in week one of the Australian Gymnastics Championships from May 20 at Melbourne Arena, where two Jewish athletes served up impressive results.

Dozens suspended

MORIAH suspended more than 40 students this week for using a staff member's login to access the school's staff wi-fi network.

Moriah mourns Max

THE Moriah College family has lost a "revered friend and iconic educator" with the passing of Max Lemberg, college Rabbi Dr Aryeh Solomon said this week.

‘It’s about who is a Jew’

NINE Sydney rabbis have joined forces to back Moriah College's policy of only accepting students who are Jewish according to Orthodox halachah.

Sydney rabbis back Moriah

NINE Sydney rabbis have joined forces to back Moriah College’s policy of only accepting students who are Jewish according to orthodox halacha. It follows the school clarifying its policy earlier

Rabbinical reflections on ‘Who is a Jew’

An individual's decision to not convert, or to convert through non-orthodox means, cannot assuage the challenges that their children will face when prejudiced by the mainstream, self identifying Jews. Our decisions today have consequences tomorrow. Accepting, rather than abrogating, responsibility for those choices is something that could be instilled by our parents … or perhaps by a strong and competent educational institution.