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JEWISH history was made in our nation’s capital last Sunday when Governor-General Sir Peter Cosgrove officially unveiled the first ever Australian Jewish War Memorial (AJWM), which commemorates all 341 Jewish Diggers who are known to have died on active service for their country from 1900 to today.
AFTER 16 years of Jewish and Zionist leadership, Danny Lamm is on the home stretch of his second and final term as Zionist Federation of Australia (ZFA) president; four years as eventful as any in the four decades he has been active.
TRIBUTES from across the political divide have flowed for Michael Danby, who announced last week that after seven elections, 20 years and thousands of communal gatherings, he will be bowing out of politics at the next federal election.
THE deadliest day of violence on the Gaza border since Operation Protective Edge in 2014 saw 58 Palestinians reportedly killed on Monday while trying to infiltrate into Israel, around half of them known terrorists, according to the Israel Defence Forces.
PRIME Minister Malcolm Turnbull has reiterated that Australia's Embassy in Israel will remain in Tel Aviv following the opening of the United States Embassy in Jerusalem on Monday.
WHEN Lou Solomons, now 101, was conscripted into the British Army during World War II, his main goal was to stay alive.
OPENING the new Sir John Monash Centre in northern France on April 24, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull paid tribute to Australia's greatest citizen soldier and to the 11,000 Diggers who fell in France during World War I and have no graves.
PRIME Minister and Wentworth MP Malcolm Turnbull reflected on the indelible contribution of Holocaust survivors to modern Australia at the opening of Kesser Torah College's (KTC) new Sam Moss Library last Friday.
Yom Ha'atzmaut messages from federal and state leaders.
Australia will not follow the lead of the United States and move its embassy to Jerusalem. "Our policy position remains precisely where it has been for many years," Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said this week.