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18 March 2019 - 12 Adar II 5779 - י"ב אדר ב' ה' אלפים תשע"ט
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Israeli ambassador seeks open dialogue E-mail

Malaysia and Indonesia, both with predominantly Muslim populations, have refused to consider diplomatic relations with Israel.
However Israel is taking the  initiative  seeking an open dialogue with these two nations to attempt to develop relations.

The recent conflict in the Middle East generated numerous anti-Israel protests, with some Malaysian and Indonesian demonstrators even volunteering to go to the Middle East to fight the Jewish state.

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Two Israelis charged with murder of an Israeli in Sydney E-mail

A brutal knife attack on an Israeli in Bondi resulted in his death following emergency surgery.  Two fellow Israelis have been charged with the murder.

Hernan Guelman, age 36, was beaten and stabbed multiple times by Dror and Ezra Salah.  The brothers surrendered to police and a third man is still wanted for questioning.

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Sydney also victim of recent attacks E-mail

Within a two week time period the Sydney Jewish community was the victim of two major attacks on local synagogues as well as a series of smaller anti-Semitic incidents.  The latest attack was on the synagogue in Parramatta.

Concrete bricks were thrown into the stained glass windows of the shul as well as into the windows of two cars parked on the property.  At the time of the attack, Rabbi Yosef Wernick, his wife, and six children were in their home, located adjacent to the synagogue.

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Pillars of Shlomo are standing E-mail

Amuday Shlomo (The Pillars of Shlomo), a new cheder, has officially opened in Hong Kong.  This endeavour was dreamed up and made a reality by Jacob Zion, family and dedicated supporters.

The cheder is centrally located and is devoted to educating children ages five through twelve. To date, twelve children have enrolled for the fall term which began the last week of August.

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Agency continues tsunami aid E-mail

B’nai B’rith’s World Center is in the process of reviewing their post-tsunami development projects.  These projects are mainly aimed at providing aid to Sri Lanka, which suffered millions in damages.

The development projects require the cooperation of numerous international partners and focus on rehabilitation, training, and rebuilding the country’s southern province, the area hit hardest by the tsunami.

 

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