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This section of our website contains information about a large selection of famous Jews throughout history, ranging from Biblical to modern times. There are also
Aish HaTorah: Crash Course in Jewish History Fordham University: Internet Jewish History Sourcebook Hebrew University of Jerusalem: The Jewish History Resource Center Jewish Agency: Israel
Judaism mandates great respect for God and His name. This respect is extended to written instances of God’s name and requires that they be disposed
This section of our website contains pages, or links to pages, of relevance to students of NSW Modern History syllabus which is studied in Years
Compared with other Diaspora Jewish communities, Australian Jewry is a very young community. Within two centuries, however, it has emerged as one of the most
Famous Jews in History (entries for over 50 Jews from bibical times to the 20th century) Australian Jewish History History of Modern Israel The Holocaust
‘Jerusalem prays while Tel Aviv plays’ is a familiar Israeli adage. Yet Tel Aviv is not just a playground for Bohemian aesthetes. Today, the descendants
Geography and Maps Israel Meterological Service: Climate Information Posters & Photos from Israel Note: fees apply if images are downloaded Jewish National Fund – has
Interested in experiencing Israel first-hand? Below are links to information about Israel programs for young people. BJE’s Israel Program AUJS (Australasian Union of Jewish Students)
Letter Writing Tips from CAMERA.ORG Respond while the issue is still fresh in the minds of the journalists and their audience. Try to send your
Zionism is the term used to describe the national movement of the Jewish people, expressed as a Jewish commitment to the restoration of the land
Israel’s Flag The flag of the new State of Israel was first flown at the United Nations in 1949. The sight of the Israeli flag,