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“Hydrogen sulfide is very difficult to make, so I want to make it quite clear ... we were a long way from having a functional device.”
"They wanted to sensationalize and exaggerate to the point of lying – borderline lying," Feldman stressed.
'If there's one thing that I could tell you here today: Be proud Jews. Stand up. Be proud. Stand with Israel. Stand with our people. Be proud Jews. Do this in Sydney and do it in Jerusalem and come this year to Jerusalem.'
Israel’s Netanyahu: We Must Battle Those Seeking to Demonize Our People, Resurgent Anti-Semitism [video]
"See this miracle. See the Land of Israel. See the people of Israel. The State of Israel lives. The people of Israel thrive. Am Yisrael Chai.”
"We remember Australia was the first country to vote for the Partition Resolution calling for establishment of a Jewish state."
Although Netanyahu was not prepared to use the numbers one or two in his statements, he said he did not want two million new Arab citizens of Israel.
Back on February 11, 2015, the Australian ABC network reported on Nechama Bendet's testimony to the Royal Commission that day, admitting it was a mistake that Yeshivah College had never apologized directly to Manny Waks, a student who had been sexually abused by a guard.
The annual Giant Chabad Menorah was lit without a ceremony this year in Martin Place, Sydney.
Is Sydney also going to turn out the lights on Christmas trees?
A pro-Palestinian teen gang attacked Jewish school children on a school bus in Sydney, Australia, making headlines in Israel.
The mainstream Australian media are reporting with astonishment on the sight of elementary school children being pushed front and center by radical adults to embody the lust for Islamist jihad and to advocate the killing of unbelievers.
Lily Hyde will leave the Sir Moses Montefiore Jewish Home in Sydney on Wednesday morning for Tel Aviv, where she will be reunited with her family. She is believed to be the oldest Australian ever to immigrate to Israel.
I was recently invited to speak to our Jewish brethren in Australia. Prior to my arrival in Sydney, I received a phone call from a local resident asking if I could find a few minutes during my stay to visit her elderly, ailing father. She went on to explain that as a young man, her father had been in a slave labor camp in Szeged, the city of my birth in Hungary, where myfather, Rabbi Avraham HaLevi Jungreis, zt'l, was the Chief Orthodox Rabbi. Prior to our deportation to the concentration camps, the Hungarians conscripted all the Jewish young men for slave labor, and our city, Szeged, was one of the major gathering places in which they were assembled prior to being shipped out.