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Syrian children injured in the bloody civil war tearing apart Israel’s northern neighbour have found healing, caring hands in northern Israel, as they undergo treatment at the Ziv Hospital in Tzfat.
WHILE Israel Apartheid Week (IAW) events are set to be held at universities across Australia in the coming days, the Australasian Union of Jewish Students (AUJS) is preparing to launch its own campaign next month, Reclaim the "Z" Word, to encourage respectful debate about Zionism.
THE Australian Jewish community has urged the Polish government to rethink its new law which makes it illegal to claim Polish involvement in the Holocaust.
Mark Lewis visited Melbourne (March 5) and Sydney (March 8) to explain to Australian audiences his extraordinary experience with a stem cell treatment trial for Multiple Sclerosis (MS) at Hadassah Medical Centre in Jerusalem.
A QUEENSLAND Liberal MP wants Australia to issue a formal apology to the Jewish people for its refusal to do more to help Germany's Jews on the eve of World War II.
NO stranger to controversy, bluntly spoken Dennis Prager will be in Australia next month as a guest of the United Israel Appeal (UIA) campaign.
A BARRAGE of anti-Semitic attacks has ravaged NSW and Victoria, with community leaders and MPs voicing concern over an upsurge in hatred and bigotry.
THE tide is turning against Palestinians' obstructionism in their long-running conflict with Israel, a visiting US analyst has noted.
HOLDING aloft Alex Ryvchin's new book, The Anti-Israel Agenda: Inside the Political War on the Jewish State, Colonel Richard Kemp, one of its contributors, referenced Benjamin Netanyahu's Munich speech in commending the collected essays to attendees at its Victorian launch.
Attempts by pro-Palestinian activists to muscle in on the campaign to change the date of Australia Day have been condemned by the Anti-Defamation Commission.