South African Jewish immigrants still struggling to be accepted in Australia
In the first of a two-part series, Haaretz examines how well former South Africans have integrated into Australian society and revitalized its Jewish community
SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA – A $5 million synagogue was officially opened in Melbourne on the final day of Hanukkah last month, believed to be the first in Australia built by South African immigrants largely for South Africans.
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