AIJAC pays tribute to Simon Weisenthal

November 9, 2006

Australia/Israel & Jewish Affairs Council National Chairman Mark Leibler AC and Executive Director Dr. Colin Rubenstein expressed their sorrow upon the death of acclaimed Nazi-hunter Simon Wiesenthal at the age of 96. Wiesenthal was a Holocaust survivor who dedicated his life to ensuring that the perpetrators of one of history’s greatest crimes – the Nazi genocide against the Jews – would not escape punishment.

AIJAC cautiously welcomes proposals for new anti-terror laws

November 9, 2006

The Australia/Israel & Jewish Affairs Council (AIJAC) declared its support for the concept of toughening state and Commonwealth anti-terrorism laws.

Terrorist act by Jewish extremist

November 9, 2006

The Australia/Israel & Jewish Affairs Council (AIJAC) today condemned and deplored yesterday’s murderous attack by a Jewish extremist in the Israeli Arab town of Shfaram, which killed 4 innocent people and wounded many others.

Governments, Australian Muslims, must work together to contain the threat from domestic Islamic extremists

November 9, 2006

The Australia/Israel & Jewish Affairs Council (AIJAC) today called for a thorough and immediate review of legal and policy counter-measures in the wake of new revelations about the extent of extremist hate material and pro-terror propaganda in some Australian bookshops in Mosques and Islamic schools.

AIJAC Calls for Decisive Action on Hate Literature

November 9, 2006

The 24 June 2005 edition of the Herald Sun reported that a mosque in the Melbourne suburb of Brunswick was propagating extremist Islamic hate literature. These books and pamphlets encoura ged Muslims to wage jihad against non-Muslims and advocated hatred and violence towards Christians and Jews.

AIJAC Disappointed With New SBS Codes of Practice

October 16, 2006

AIJAC Executive Director Dr Colin Rubenstein expressed AIJAC’s disappointment with the newly amended SBS Codes of Practice. He explained that AIJAC had made a considered submission about the draft amendments, but that only one aspect covered by the AIJAC submission had been changed by SBS in the final version.

Recognition Needed for “Core Values” in Debates about Multiculturalism and Integration

October 16, 2006

The Australia/Israel & Jewish Affairs Council (AIJAC) today called for all participants in the current Australian debate about integration of the Muslim community to recognise the centrality of “core values” to both the concept and the success of Australian multiculturalism.

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