All posts tagged Nathan Jeffay
This year’s service to commemorate the great Anzac success in Beersheba 101 years ago could easily have felt like an anti-climax, bit it had renewed energy.
In a step that could spell the beginning of the end for the Iranian regime, America has hit it with crushing sanctions.
It has been humbling in the days since the attack to see the good that my profession can do, in helping people to process, commemorate, and unify.
Israel's Diaspora Minister flew to Pittsburgh hours after the deadly attack at the Tree of Life synagogue and told locals, "Our whole nation is feeling the pain you are feeling."
Israel's new ties with Arab countries are suddenly becoming public, after three leading Israeli politicians paid visits to Gulf states and Hatikvah played in Abu Dhabi.
Israel's friendliest neighbour, Jordan, has announced that it is backing out of an agreement made when it signed the 1994 peace treaty.
The Israeli government needs to change the atmosphere in Israel or there will be another political murder, Yitzhak Rabin's granddaughter Noa Rotman warned this week.
AS angry protests rage and fires burn in Gaza, residents of Southern Israel are bracing themselves for violence.
A YOUNG mother cheerily walked through the gate of Barkan Industrial Park on Sunday morning. Soon afterwards, her colleague and killer ran out of the same gate, with her blood on his hands.
THE Governor of Victoria visited Israel this week, and told The AJN that she was wowed by the "energy and optimism" she encountered.