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  • Sophie to return home to Australia
    MP Michael Danby has spoken out on the news that ABC's correspondent in Jerusalem has finished her term of duty in the region.... Read more »
  • A diplomatic encounter
    J-Wire’s Israel correspondent Michael Kuttner reports on a conversation he had with Chris Cannan, Australia’s Ambassador to Israel after his first six months in the post... Read more »
  • Big VCE year for Mount Scopus
    2017 has been another successful year for Year 12 Mount Scopus students with two students achieving the maximum ATAR of 99.95, nearly a third exceeding an ATAR of 95.... Read more »
  • Google backflips
    The creator of the demountable exhibition Shadows of Shoah was accepted by Google to use adwords...but then he learned that the giant company said that the word "Holocaust" was dangerous and derogatory.... Read more »
  • 25 Chabad-Lubavitch survivors spoke to the Royal Commission
    The Royal Commission into the Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse has released its Final Report.... Read more »
  • Sound and fury
    Reality and the truth hurt especially for those accustomed to being coddled over many years by banal blandishments laced with an indecent dose of hypocrisy and double standards...writes Michael Kuttner.... Read more »
  • AUJS wins a motion on antisemitism at the National Union of Students conference
    Antisemitism is often dismissed as a phenomenon of the past in public debate and academic discourse. Too often, people mistakenly assume that anti-Semitism is merely historical.... Read more »
  • Tel Aviv committed to tackling climate change
    Tel Aviv-Yafo has joined the C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group, affirming the commitment of the city to tackling climate change.... Read more »