Jewish leaders and some Labor politicians slam proposal that would prevent party members from joining sponsored trips as 'verging on anti-Semitic.'
Turnbull, who deposed Tony Abbott as Australia's premier on Monday, claimed in 2013 that he may have Jewish roots and has long been a staple at Jewish community functions.
Abu Yasser has buried three of his brothers. His tragedy is heartbreaking; ours is that we are slowly losing our humanity.
The high-profile public inquiry, in its second week, is looking into responses to multiple claims of sexual abuse at Chabad institutions in the 1980s and 1990s.
Communal leaders express shock at 'crazed and destructive act of terror' at cafe, and aim to hold local holiday celebrations as planned.
Israel's defense minister says Jewish state helps on matters of counterterrorism 'from afar;' Israeli singer says he left Lindt café moments before gunman took hostages.
The teen boarded a school bus at shouted racist insults at Jewish children with a group of friends.
The House adjourned without voting on the private members’ bill, which Jewish leaders called ‘empty symbolism.’
Natalie Gershoig, who left Israel at 17 to be with sick father, was arrested at Ben-Gurion Airport for draft evasion and jailed for 35 days.
David Kramer was deported after serving a jail sentence for sexually abusing four boys at a Jewish school in Melbourne more than two decades ago.
Melbourne-based Australian Jewish Democratic Society launches website asking, 'What is the Jewish National Fund really doing with your money?'
Bob Carr has increasingly become known for his critical stance on Israel, but in earlier days cofounded the Labor Friends of Israel.
American Jewish Committee delegation meets senior officials in Australia, Indonesia, Japan and Singapore.
Whitlam’s ‘even-handed’ policy toward Israel in ‘70s incensed community officials.
Melbourne’s Progressive community declines to join this weekend’s global initiative, citing the activities’ Ultra-Orthodox bent.
A military court is set to decide whether Natalie Gershoig has improperly evaded the draft.
Jewish leaders are desperate to stem the tide of assimilation of the 20,000 ‘KangaRusskis’ in Australia.
'There is an elevated sense of risk and insecurity, fuelled by some local events here during the Gaza pro-Palestinian protests,' Jewish leader in New Zealand tells Haaretz.
Anti-Jewish incidents have spiked since Gaza war, while Islamists sow fear throughout continent.
The Israel-Gaza war may be over for now, but its effects are still being felt, even on a soccer field in the faraway Philippines.
'Jews are neither as free nor as safe as they were prior to’ Israel’s war in the Gaza Strip, says one academic, echoing fears expressed by many in the community.
The last Jewish survivor of the Little Fortress at Terezin launches his Holocaust memoir - 25 years after writing it.
Pro-Palestinian group plans rally outside opening of 11th Israeli Film Festival in Sydney.
Local community fighting on several fronts as the war in Gaza arouses passions.
Police say they do not believe the children were targeted because they were Jews, despite claims that the eight teen boys shouted 'Kill the Jews’ and 'Heil Hitler.’
Melbourne rally comes as Jewish community leaders threaten lawsuit over allegedly racist political cartoon published in Sydney Morning Herald.
From Lake Kinneret to Lake Taupo, friends and relatives mourn death of Guy Boyland, who followed a long family military tradition.
Vic Alhadeff steps down as head of New South Wales Community Relation Commission, two weeks after accusing Hamas of war crimes in an email to local Jewish community.
Melbourne’s Jews attended a 'Code Red' event, while Sydney's business district was paralyzed by a larger demo by anti-Israel protesters.
Jake Lynch had rejected an application by an Israeli colleague and cited a University of Sydney institution’s support for the boycott, divestment and sanctions efforts.