Tony Nash will join his father Peter at the upcoming Sydney Jewish Writers Festival to discuss Peter’s memoir about his escape from Nazi Germany and life in Shanghai during World War 2.
The Australian provocateur got up close and personal with radicals – and found multiple sub-groups who ‘all hate each other’.
The Australian media needs to tell more stories of people finding common ground to break through the narrative of conflict that characterises coverage of the Middle-East, says ABC broadcaster Geraldine Doogue.
In an exclusive interview, Tal Schneider asks Israeli political leader Ofer Shelah MK about the PM’s Temple Mount strategy, hurdles to peace, and the significance of the NSW ALP vote to recognise a Palestinian state.
Through his outreach organisation Together for Humanity, Sydney Rabbi Zalman Kastel has encouraged more than 100,000 Australian schoolchildren to question their religious prejudices.
The NSW ALP conference is meeting again this weekend and among many issues, it will deliberate on its attitude to Israel, Palestinian aspirations, and peace. Any resolution passed this weekend will not bind the Federal parliamentary party, but it is a harbinger for...
Today, Friday, and the next few days will tell us if the detectors on the Temple Mount/Haram esh-Sharif are tools of increased security or foreshadow the beginning of a new cycle of violence. ELAN EZRACHI, in Jerusalem, writes exclusively for Plus61J In popular...