Australian Jews
Australian Jews, or Jewish Australians, are Jews who are Australian citizens or permanent residents of Australia. There are 97,335 Australians who identified as Jewish in the 2011 census. Jewish citiz...
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Judaism in Australia
Judaism is a minority religion in Australia. 97,335 Australians identified as Jewish in the 2011 census, which accounts for about 0.3 % of the population.
In 1830 the first Jewish wedding in ...
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Australian Jewish Democratic Society
The Australian Jewish Democratic Society (AJDS), a secular organisation, was formed in Melbourne Australia in 1984 to promote free discussion and action on Jewish and general social and political iss...
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Australian Jewish News
Australian Jewish News is the only Jewish newspaper in Australia. It was first published as The Hebrew Standard of Australasia in 1895 and has also been published as The Australian Jewish Times. The ...
Racial and Religious Tolerance Act 2001
The Racial and Religious Tolerance Act 2001 was implemented by the Steve Bracks' Labor government in the state of Victoria, Australia. It was effective from 1 January 2002. It has been criticised as a...
Melbourne Hakoah
Melbourne Hakoah is a defunct Australian sports club which had a predominantly Jewish Australian supporter base, akin to Hakoah Vienna. The club's best known arm was its soccer club.
The club was ...
Lionel Boas
Lionel Tobias Boas (1875 – 1949) was a prominent public official from Western Australia.
Lionel Tobias Boas was born in 1875 in South Australia. His father was Rabbi Abraham Boas (1844–1923).He mo...
Yeshivah Gedolah Zal
Yeshivah Gedolah "Zal" (Hebrew: ישיבה גדולה זאל‎), Yeshivah Gedolah, The Rabbinical College of Australia and New Zealand, or colloquially, Y.G., is a government accredited yeshiva, an academ...
Walter Lewis Bridgland
Walter Lewis "Wally" Bridgland A.M., O.B.E., J.P. (23 March 1908 – 30 July 1987) was a prominent South Australian businessman and a Lord Mayor of Adelaide.
Wally was born at the tin mining t...
Australian Jewish Genealogical Society
The Australian Jewish Genealogical Society is an organisation established to encourage and assist those with Jewish ancestry to research their family histories. It is dedicated to the collection, pres...
Maurice Ashkanasy
Maurice Ashkanasy CMG (3 October 1901 – 2 April 1971) was an Australian barrister and Jewish community leader.Ashkanasy was born Moshe Ashckinasy at Mile End Old Town in London to Palestinean-bo...
Australian Jewish Historical Society
The Australian Jewish Historical Society was founded in 1938 in Sydney. The first president was Percy J. Marks. At the first business meeting of the Society, the then president of the Royal Australian...
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Feiz Mohammad
Feiz Mohammad (born 1970) is an Australian Muslim preacher of Lebanese descent, noted for his Islamic fundamentalism. He has given lectures in which he blamed women who were rape victims for the fact...
Moriah College
Moriah War Memorial College (or more commonly, Moriah College) is an Australian independent, Modern Orthodox Jewish, co-educational, day school that is located in Queens Park, an eastern suburb of Syd...
Hobart Synagogue
The Hobart Synagogue, in Hobart, Tasmania, is remarkable both for being the oldest synagogue building in Australia and for being a rare example of the Egyptian Revival style of synagogue architecture....
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Great Synagogue (Sydney)
The Great Synagogue is a large synagogue in Sydney. It is located in Elizabeth Street opposite Hyde Park and extends back to Castlereagh Street.
The Great Synagogue was designed by architect Thom...
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Brisbane Hebrew Congregation
The Brisbane Hebrew Congregation, a modern Orthodox shul, is the largest Jewish organisation in Queensland & its synagogue, the Brisbane Synagogue on Margaret Street is the oldest in the state.
Brisbane Hebrew Congregation - Wikipedia