All posts tagged Rabbi Jacqueline Ninio

Yay or nay?

WITH the legality of the postal survey into same-sex marriage currently being considered by the High Court, communal leaders on both sides of the debate have been sharing their thoughts with The AJN.

Melbourne and Sydney set for Mitzvah Day

Jewish Australians are gearing up to cook, collect, and come together for a variety of worthy causes in celebration of Mitzvah Day on Sunday, November 27.

Rabbis unite on LGBTI inclusion

IN what was described by one panellist as “monumental”, an Orthodox rabbi, a Reform rabbi, and lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) activists came together last Sunday to discuss the place of LGBTI Jews in the Jewish community.

Rabbis address LGBTI inclusion

A PANEL of guest speakers, including both Orthodox and Progressive rabbis, will come together on Sunday, May 1 for the first time to openly discuss issues, barriers and opportunities for greater inclusion of Jewish members of the LGBTI community.

Rabbis back refugees

TWELVE Sydney rabbis have joined their interstate counterparts in calling on the federal government not to deport 267 asylum seekers to Nauru.

A celebration of identity

NSW Jewish Board of Deputies (JBOD) president Jeremy Spinak joined over 70 members of Sydney’s Jewish community who took part in this year’s Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras as part of Dayenu’s float last weekend.

Rabbi speaks out for same-sex marriage

EMANUEL Synagogue’s Rabbi Jacqueline Ninio has publicly declared her support for same-sex marriage in a video posted on Facebook in the lead-up to Mardi Gras.

Women of Australia honour Women of Wall

FIVE female stalwarts of the Australian Jewish community have joined women from across the globe in contributing to a publication celebrating the 25th anniversary of the Israeli women’s rights organisation Women of the Wall.

Orthodox rabbi’s dilemma over same-sex marriage

A HIGH profile Sydney rabbi has revealed that the ongoing debate about same-sex marriage is causing him inner conflict.