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Independent news and stories connecting you to life in Australia and Hebrew-speaking Australians. - האזינו לראיונות, לתוכניות מיוחדות ולאירועי הקהילה בתוכנית בעברית ברדיו אס בי אס, כולל חדשות מאוסטרליה ומרחבי העולם.
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'Jews cannot fight antisemitism alone' (Rabbi Jonathan Sacks)

Oriana Marie Kruger was born in Germany, lived and studied in Israel for a while, and currently works for Combat Antisemitism Movement (CAM). CAM not only fights antisemitism directly but also helps other individuals and organisations to do the same.
5/20/202417 minutes, 13 seconds
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'Who will rule in Gaza after the war is over ?' :Professor Rafi Mann

Professor Rafi Mann reporting to SBS Hebrew, with updates and stories from Israel.
5/20/20249 minutes, 19 seconds
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Social and support sectors react with disappointment to federal budget

The 2024/2025 Federal Budget has left many in the social and support sectors feeling left out. They say this is a budget that falls short of providing what the most vulnerable people in the community need.
5/20/20248 minutes, 34 seconds
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'Yom Hazikaron' and 'Yom Ha'azmaut' in Jerusalem

Peta Jones Pellach reports to SBS Hebrew Shalom Australia. This week it's all about 'Yom Hazikaron' (Israel's Remembrance Day) and 'Yon Ha'azmaut' (Israel's Independence Day)
5/20/202410 minutes, 31 seconds
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"Naale Elite Academy connects you with Israel and your Judaism": Shoshana Becker

Naale Elite Academy is an international program jointly funded by the Israeli Ministry of Education and the Jewish Agency. It enables Jewish teenagers from the diaspora to study and complete their high school education in Israel for free
5/19/202412 minutes, 41 seconds
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Descendants of Holocaust survivors mark 75 years since arrival to Australia (English)

(English interview) On May 21 1949 the "Luciana Manara" sailed into Circular Quay Bay 5, bringing in thousands of Holocaust survivors to a new life in Australia. 21 May 2024 anniversary marks the 75th anniversary with all the descendants of those original families. Velvel Lederman speaks to 'SBS Hebrew shalom Australia' about this special event.
5/16/202413 minutes, 57 seconds
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Spectacular Aurora Australis lights up parts of southern Australia

A massive solar storm has created rare and spectacular auroras around the world. Communities as far north as Queensland saw southern lights often only seen in Tasmania and people across Florida and Alabama also got a rare glimpse of northern lights.
5/16/202410 minutes, 56 seconds
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"The best way to fight them is with love – go and love, love, love": Gal Gadot

That was Gal Gadot’s message to Eden Golan just before the Eurovision Grand Final, one proud and powerful Israeli woman to another. Shane Desiatnik with the latest Australian Jewish News, reporting to SBS Hebrew Shalom Australia
5/16/202412 minutes, 35 seconds
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Descendants of Holocaust survivors mark 75 years since arrival to Australia

On May 21 1949 the "Luciana Manara" (pictured) sailed into Circular Quay Bay 5, bringing in thousands of Holocaust survivors to a new life in Australia. 21 May 2024 anniversary marks the 75th anniversary with all the descendants of those original families. Velvel Lederman speaks to SBS Hebrew about this special event.
5/13/202411 minutes, 45 seconds
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Jerusalem Stories: 'Yom Hashoah'

Peta Jones Pellach from Jerusalem, reporting to SBS Hebrew Shalom Australia
5/13/202411 minutes, 10 seconds
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Haya Szarfman is taking us 'Back to The Future'

Haya Szarfman was born in 1934 in Wygoda, a town in north-eastern Poland. We talked to Haya on 'Yom HaShoah'. At age five, Haya’s idyllic life turned into hell on earth. She tells us about her miraculous survival story. During the interview Haya met some very charming, young Israeli soldiers, and told them that the key lesson from her life story is to always stay upbeat, overcome challenges and look forward to a better future.
5/12/202421 minutes, 45 seconds
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Weekly News in Hebrew

Weekly news wrap for the week ending 10/05/24
5/10/202410 minutes, 25 seconds
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Australian PM says that the phrase 'from the river to the sea' is incompatible with a two-state solution

the Executive Council of Australian Jewry (ECAJ) has welcomed Prime Minister Anthony Albanese’s clarification that the phrase “from the river to the sea” is incompatible with a two-state solution. Shane Desiatnik from the Australian Jewish New reporting to SBS Hebrew Shalom Australia.
5/9/202412 minutes, 38 seconds
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Biden pauses military aid to pressure Israel over Rafah

The United States has paused a shipment of bombs to Israel over concerns it will invade the southern Gaza city of Rafah. It marks the first time in the conflict President Joe Biden has applied pressure on Israel using its military aid to the key US ally.
5/9/20245 minutes, 48 seconds
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"Look At Their Eyes!"

Benzi Brofman is an international street artist. He has been painting the faces of those who were affected by the war in Israel. Just by chance, on October 6 he was invited to paint a nature party at 'Reim' music festival. Luckily, he decided to leave just couple of hours before the war began.
5/7/202415 minutes, 38 seconds
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Jewish Students Standing Up Against Antisemitism

The Australian Union of Jewish Students (AUJS) organised a solidarity event in Melbourne University where students were standing up to demand physical and psychological safety.
5/7/202411 minutes, 1 second
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Ceasefire talks continue - as do plans for attack on Rafah

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has pledged to go ahead with an attack on Rafah regardless of a potential ceasefire deal with Hamas. It comes as the United Nations has revealed progress has been made toward avoiding famine in Gaza, although significantly more aid is needed. Prof. Rafi Mann reports to SBS Hebrew.
5/5/20248 minutes, 36 seconds
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Jerusalem Diaries with Peta Jones Pellach (5.5.24)

Peta Jones pellach with weekly stories from Jerusalem
5/5/20248 minutes, 28 seconds
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Sydney's Campus Gatherings are "not an official University event": Shane Desiatnik

“We have always welcomed the public, including families and their children, onto our iconic campus but parents or carers are responsible for decisions relating to their children and all visitors must abide by the law and our campus access rule" Said Sydney's university spokesperson.
5/2/202413 minutes, 23 seconds
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New funding to help Koala conservation

One of Australia's most iconic and cuddly creatures is being given a greater chance of survival, with new funding announced for a major conservation hospital in south-west Sydney. There to witness the announcement were two of the hospital's former patients, who were released back into the wild
5/2/20245 minutes, 48 seconds
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Australians report more scams than ever before

Australians reported more scams last year than ever before, losing billions of dollars to financial criminals. The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission says older Australians, as well as those from culturally and linguistically diverse communities, are among those most at risk.
5/2/20245 minutes, 43 seconds
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'ANNO 2020' Sets to Premiere in Melbourne

Producers Gil and Oren Ben Moshe are chatting about their upcoming premiere for 'ANNO 2020' in Melbourne. After a successful Sydney world premiere on April 7, Anno 2020 is heading to Melbourne for one night only at the Lido cinemas in Hawthorn, May 6.
4/29/20249 minutes, 37 seconds
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Peta Jones Pellach Presents: "Jerusalem Diaries"

In this new report, Peta Jones Pellach is bringing us her 'Jerusalem Diaries'.
4/29/20249 minutes, 16 seconds
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"Small yet smart counterstrike": Dr. Ran Porat

(English Interview) An Israeli counterstrike in Iran was unavoidable. Despite significant diplomatic pressures from the US and the EU, Israel retaliated on the morning of 19 April. The response was relatively limited – a few quadcopter drones targeted the Shekari military base at Isfahan, and a small number of advanced radar-evading missiles were launched by Israeli jet fighters from Syria, striking the radar of the Russian-made S-300 air defence battery at that base.
4/26/202412 minutes, 16 seconds
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Opposition Leader Peter Dutton visits St. Kilda Shule in Melbourne

Opposition Leader Peter Dutton addressed a packed St Kilda Shule in Melbourne on Friday, telling the audience that the magnitude and the intensity of antisemitism which has emerged in Australia recently is shocking. Shane Desiatnik from the Australian Jewish News, reporting to SBS Hebrew Shalom Australia.
4/26/202412 minutes, 19 seconds
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Faith leaders, PM calling for respect, community harmony

Leaders from Jewish, Muslim, and Christian communities in Sydney have jointly condemned the violence and divisive rhetoric that's emerged following two separate stabbing attacks in Sydney. The leaders are adding their voices to the Prime Minister's in calling for community harmony and fostering of inclusivity.
4/26/20247 minutes, 54 seconds
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The Israel-Iran Conflict and its origins explained. What could happen next ?

Dr. Ran Porat is an university lecturer and analyst on Israel and Middle Eastern Affairs, an expert on extremism in the Australian Arab/Muslim Community and on the Israeli Diaspora in Australia
4/25/202415 minutes, 32 seconds
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“I don’t think anyone in the Western world can grasp what has happened here": Ralph Lewinsohn

An English interview with Ralph Lewinsohn. Ralph was born in Namibia to parents who’d fled Nazi Germany just before WW2. Later on he lived in Australia and in Germany, but many years ago he made Aliya and for many years lived in Kfar Aza, opposite the Gaza Strip. Ralph’s family survived by a miracle on the 7th of October, but dozens of Kibbutz members did not.
4/24/202411 minutes, 15 seconds
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US considers sanctions against IDF unit accused of West Bank abuses

The United States is reportedly considering its first sanctions against an Israeli Defence Forces unit over allegations of rights abuses in the West Bank. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has said he will fight any such measures, using his Passover address to pledge to secure the release of the remaining hostages in Gaza.
4/24/20245 minutes, 5 seconds
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Ayala Dekel tells us about 'Night Shards'

Ayala’s latest book was inspired by the diaries of Hayuta Bussel, who was a pioneer in the Land of Israel around the turn of the 20th century. The tragedies, difficulties and challenges that Yayuta met back then correspond and strengthen the challenges faced by Ya'ara, the contemporary protagonist in the book.
4/23/202413 minutes, 6 seconds
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"The target of the Israeli retaliatory attack on Iran was a military base near Isfahan" Prof. Rafi Mann

Prof. Rafi Mann reports to SBS Hebrew on the latest news and current affairs from Israel.
4/21/20249 minutes, 15 seconds
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The latest News in Hebrew (21.4.24)

In this bulletin, A candlelit vigil to honour Bondi Westfield victims to be held today. Iran accuses Israel of launching airstrike on Friday. Thousands of Israelis protest against government of Benjamin Netanyahu.
4/21/20243 minutes, 38 seconds
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Fears that Iran-Israel warfare is coming out of the shadows

Iran's foreign minister has sought to play down a suspected Israeli attack on Iran, following reports of explosions near the city of Isfahan. World leaders are meanwhile calling for restraint.
4/20/20245 minutes, 35 seconds
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“Your silence will not protect you”: Ralph Lewinsohn

Ralph Lewinsohn was born in Namibia to parents who’d fled Nazi Germany just before WW2. Later on he lived in Australia and in Germany, but many years ago he made Aliya and for many years lived in Kfar Aza, opposite the Gaza Strip
4/18/202411 minutes, 52 seconds
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Pro-Palestine protests cause chaos across Melbourne and Sydney

shane Desiatnik from the Australian Jewish News reporting to SBS Hebrew Shalom Australia, with the latest news in the Australian Jewish Community
4/18/202413 minutes, 21 seconds
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Israeli Hasbara with an Oxbridge Accent

Eylon Levy served as the official Israeli government spokesperson until March 2024. (English Interview)
4/18/202414 minutes, 12 seconds
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Restraint Urged Following Iranian Missile Attack

The United Nations Secretary General, along with other world leaders have called for restraint after Iran's attack on Israel. International leaders, including Australia's prime minister Anthony Albanese have also condemned Iran for the attack. The United States says it will not join any possible Israeli counterattack on Iran, warning Israel's Prime Minister to think carefully.
4/16/20245 minutes, 43 seconds
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"Israel is aware of the Iranian influence of Hezbollah": Dror Doron

(English Interview) Dror Doron is a Sydney based senior adviser for the middle east. Doron explains to SBS Hebrew Shalom Australia why Hezbollah is involved with the current Israel-Gaza conflict, and what is their interest to take part of the current conflict.
4/16/202410 minutes, 41 seconds
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Lifting the Hasbara Game

An interview with Eylon Levy, who until recently served as the official Israeli government spokesman, from the start of 2023 Israel–Hamas war to March 2024.
4/15/202412 minutes, 20 seconds
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"Israel is on high alert after Iranian threat": Peta Jones Pellach

"Israeli civil authorities are on high alert along with the army, after a clear Iranian threat to attack Israel directly in the very near future" says Peta Jones Pellach.
4/12/20249 minutes, 39 seconds
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Former Canadian PM and Former Australian Foreign Minister invited to speak by JCA in Sydney

Shane Desiatnik from the Australian Jewish News reporting to SBS Hebrew Shalom Australia, with the latest news and current affairs.
4/11/202411 minutes, 52 seconds
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IDF briefs Federal Government on aid worker deaths in Gaza

The federal government has been briefed by the Israeli military on its findings on the deaths of seven aid workers, including Australian Zomi Frankcom. The I.D.F says its investigation into the deaths in one of its airstrikes in Gaza is complete and will be made public in 24 hours. But senior Labor politicians and humanitarian groups have called for an independent investigation.
4/11/20244 minutes, 47 seconds
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Recognition of Palestinian state is the 'only hope' to end violence, Foreign Minister Penny Wong says

Foreign Affairs Minister Penny Wong says the recognition of a Palestinian state is "the only hope to break the endless cycle of violence" in the Middle East. It comes as the negotiations continue for a ceasefire in Gaza.
4/11/20248 minutes, 15 seconds
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Why is Hezbollah involved in the Israel-Hamas conflict?

Dror Doron is a Sydney based senior adviser for the middle east. Doron explains to SBS Hebrew why is Hezbollah involved with the current Israel-Gaza conflict, and what is their interest.
4/11/202412 minutes, 28 seconds
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In the footsteps of 'Spinoza'

Avigail was born to a Haredi family in Jerusalem. Around age 14 she decided to move away from that world. She tells us about the trials and tribulations associated with that decision. Avigail had to leave her home, was abandoned by her family. She stayed with friends, with some generous people and so on, and worked to support herself from a very early age. Avigail points out that the state ought to offer far more support to young people who decided to shift from the Haredi world to the secular world.
4/10/20249 minutes, 8 seconds
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"Dream big, and I promise you will stand on your own Everest": Daniel Wolfson

(English interview) Daniel Wolfson is the first Israeli woman to climb all the seven highest summits across the globe's seven continents, provided she manages to scale our modest Mount Kosciuszko.
4/9/202412 minutes, 28 seconds
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"Making Sure Our Community Stays Safe": Amit Bar Giora

An English interview with Amit Bar Giora, an Israeli living in Melbourne. Amit works in providing security services for the wider community, specifically focusin on the Jewish community making sure it stays safe. Security guards provide on-site, immediate security assistance in the event on an incident. However, their presence is primarily a deterrence.
4/8/202410 minutes, 1 second
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A solidarity event created by the German 'Bundestag' to strengthen ties between countries

The Polgar Sisters have been chess legends for many years. Arguably corroborating the quintessentially Jewish argument that nurture is more important than nature! In recent months they’ve utilised both their brains and their hearts in order to support the plight of the Israeli hostages in Gaza.
4/8/202411 minutes, 35 seconds
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Weekly News Wrap in Hebrew

The weekly news wrap in Hebrew for the week ending 5/4/24
4/7/20247 minutes, 37 seconds
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"Syrian media accuses Israel of an airstrike next to the Iranian embassy in Damascus": Peta Jones Pellach

"Many Israelis on Thursday were stocking up on basic supplies due to fears with war with Iran, after Monday's attack near Iran's Embassy in Damascus, assumed to be by Israel. The attack was leading to the death of IRCG commander Mohammad Reza Zahedi, together with few other officers". Peta Jones Pellach reports to SBS Hebrew Shalom Australia.
4/5/20249 minutes, 29 seconds
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"Leaders of the Israeli Ultra-Orthodox Community are against their Army Recruitment": Prof. Rafi Mann

Prof. Rafi Mann with the latest news and current affairs from Israel, reporting to SBS Hebrew.
4/5/20247 minutes, 3 seconds
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Daniel Wolfson is the only Israeli woman who reached the summit of Mount Everest

In her visit to Australia, Daniel Wolfsonis is gearing up to ascend Australia’s Mount Kosciuszko. This climb will mark the completion of her “seven summits” challenge, conquering the highest mountain on each continent.
4/4/202413 minutes, 40 seconds
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Anthony Albanese demands accountability from Israel over Australia aid work death in Gaza

Shane Desiatnik reporting to SBS Hebrew Shalom Australia on the latest news from this weeks edition of the 'Australian Jewish News'
4/4/202412 minutes, 7 seconds
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75 years on, has NATO gained more relevance?

As NATO marks its 75th anniversary this week (Apr 4), it has evolved from a Cold War bulwark to a dynamic force welcoming new members Finland and Sweden in response to Russia's aggression.
4/4/20247 minutes, 30 seconds
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"Deterrence is a Key Factor for keeping any Community safe": Amit Bar Giora

An interview with Amit Bar Giora, an Israeli living in Melbourne. Amit works in community security, making sure our community stays safe. Security guards provide on-site, immediate security assistance in the event on an incident. However, their presence is primarily a deterrence.
4/2/202413 minutes, 44 seconds
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The Polgar Sisters Play for the Missing Players!

The Polgar Sisters have been chess legends for many years. Arguably corroborating the quintessentially Jewish argument that nurture is more important than nature! In recent months they’ve utilised both their brains and their hearts in order to support the plight of the Israeli hostages in Gaza.
4/1/202413 minutes
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News Highlights of the Week

News highlights from the past week (25th of March to 29th of March)
3/30/20244 minutes, 56 seconds
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"The US failed to Veto a UN security council resolution about Gaza": Peta Jones Pellach

Peta Jones Pellach with the latest news from Israel as fot the week ending on the 31st of March
3/30/202410 minutes, 14 seconds
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Australian Jewish News update with Shane Desiatnik

Shane Desiatnik from the Australian Jewish News reporting to SBS Hebrew Shalom Australia, on the latest news and current affairs in Australia.
3/28/202412 minutes, 32 seconds
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Promoting Acceptance of Diversity Across The Australian Society

Chana Shuvaly is a volunteer at 'Courage to Care', a non for profit organization that aims to promote acceptance of diversity across society by creating awareness of the dangers of prejudice, racism and discrimination, educating to challenge attitudes and behaviours, demonstrating that every individual can make a difference.
3/28/20248 minutes, 32 seconds
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In just a few seconds, an out-of-control ship destroyed Baltimore's iconic Francis Scott Key bridge

A major bridge in the United States city of Baltimore has collapsed after being struck by a cargo ship that lost power and rammed it. The incident sent a number of vehicles in the harbour below, leaving six people missing and presumed dead. US President Joe Biden has pledged that the federal government will pay the full cost of rebuilding the bridge.
3/28/20245 minutes, 16 seconds
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Israel angry at UN ceasefire resolution, the strongest stance on the conflict so far

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is facing growing criticism from within his own country, following the deteriorating relations between Israel and the U-S. It comes as U-S officials explained their decision to abstain from a resolution vote made by the United Nations Security Council calling for a ceasefire in Gaza.
3/28/20247 minutes, 51 seconds
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The Purim Explainer

Why do we celebrate Purim ? What is the story in the book of Esther ?
3/25/20246 minutes, 3 seconds
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Chana Shuvaly's "Israel's Human Faces"

An interview with Chana Shulvaly from Melbourne about some of her voluntary work, including a project that "aims to show the human side of the war with personal stories reflecting the spirit and soul of people, including those who were kidnapped and released"
3/25/202413 minutes, 23 seconds
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Deborah Conway Brings us Songs From The Book of Life

Deborah Conway speaks to SBS Shalom Australia about her new upcoming shows. Songs From The Book of Life is a work of musical theatre written by Deborah Conway & Willy Zygier, based around her memoir 'Book of Life', a shimmering piece of autobiography told in eight scenes, around eight songs with Conway and Zygier exploring the nature of performing, a musical life, the notions of what people know and don’t know about a career lived over four decades in public.
3/23/20248 minutes, 10 seconds
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News Highlights of the Week

News highlights from the past week (18th of March to 22nd of March)
3/23/20244 minutes, 2 seconds
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This man has a rare blood type - and it's helping Australia's genetically diverse population

There has been an increase in lesser known blood types in Australia, according to a new study published in Pathology. The findings reflect the genetic diversity of migrants coming to Australia.
3/22/20245 minutes, 25 seconds
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"Pressure on Israel to allow more good into Gaza": Peta Jones Pellach

"With a spiralling humanitarian crisis in Gaza, Israel has been under increasing pressure from the international community and aid agencies to allow more goods into the territory. Israel has blamed the UN for not delivering supplies fast enough". Peta Jones Pellach reports to SBS Hebrew Shalom Australia.
3/22/20249 minutes, 53 seconds
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"Israel's ongoing operations in Gaza continue, but what's next?" Prof. Rafi Mann

The war between Israel and Gaza continues. When will it all end and how ? Prof. Rafi Mann, with the latest news and updates from Israel., reporting to SBS Hebrew.
3/22/20247 minutes, 44 seconds
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Two Israelis share their survival stories at an UIA Event

Rahav and Moran Stela Yanai travelled from Israel to share their harrowing survival stories at the UIA Women’s Division events, held in Sydney and Melbourne this week. Shane Desiatnik from the Australian Jewish News, reporting to SBS Shalom Australia.
3/22/202412 minutes, 1 second
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“The only thing we have to fear is fear itself": David Horesh

David was born in Israel but also has a family in Australia. David Horesh and his wife and young child happened to be not far from the infamous 'Zikim beach', near Ashkelon on the 7th of October. On the very same day David was called for reserved duty and fought for several months in the fiercest battles in Gaza.
3/19/202410 minutes, 25 seconds
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'The people of eternity are not intimidated by a long journey': Dr. Dror Eydar

Dr Dror Eydar is the former Israel Ambassador to Italy and to San Marino. He is a writer, researcher, musician, journalist and a Ph.D. in literature.
3/17/202415 minutes, 59 seconds
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News Highlights of the Week

News highlights from the past week (11th of March to 15th of March)
3/17/20244 minutes, 47 seconds
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Is the pressure on Qatar starting to work ?

Peta Jones Pellach with the latest news and current affairs from Israel
3/15/20249 minutes, 20 seconds
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Ramadan in Gaza and still no ceasefire as famine looms

A Gaza ceasefire deal remains elusive, even as the Islamic holy month of Ramadan begins. Israel has not ruled out a military offensive in Rafah during Ramadan, and world leaders are renewing calls for an end to the fighting.
3/14/20249 minutes, 5 seconds
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The Australia Israel and Jewish Affairs Council calls for the government to stand firm

Shane Desiatnik from The Australian Jewish news says "As pressure builds within Labor, there is speculation a backflip is imminent on the government’s suspension of $6 million in UNRWA funding". It comes as Foreign Minister Penny Wong, addressing the humanitarian situation in Gaza, told a business lunch in Sydney on Tuesday that “unless Israel changes its course it will continue to lose support”.
3/14/202413 minutes, 47 seconds
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'People scared, screaming, crying': What happened to LATAM flight LA800?

Investigations are continuing to what caused a Boeing 787 to suddenly loose altitude during a flight between Sydney and Auckland. The incident, involving a LATAM Airlines jet, left more than a dozen people with injuries severe enough to be sent to hospital after they were violently flung around the cabin.
3/14/20247 minutes, 16 seconds
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"What's good for the goose is good for the gander"

An interview with Professor Yuval Elbashan. Yuval is the former Dean of the Faculty of Law at Ono Academic College. He is an established author, lawyer, academic, social activist and much more. Why is there a split in the Israeli society ? Yuval suggests that "both sides, the Netanyahu government and the extreme protesters, share the blame for that catastrophic split, though evidently P.M Netanyahu, by virtue of his position, is largely to blame".
3/12/202414 minutes, 24 seconds
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"Please Get Your 'Hasbara' Act Together!": Giada Condello

Giada Condello is a young professional, originally from Italy, and has been living in Israel for the last few years. Giada was stunned not just by the Hamas onslaught on October 7 but also "by the media bias and by the apparent lack of empathy towards the Israeli victims". Giada points out that "Israel ought to explain itself in a far more systematic and organised manner".
3/12/202414 minutes, 58 seconds
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Can Israel Really Defeat Hamas ?

(English Interview) Dror Doron is a senior political analyst specialising in the Middle East, who has worked for the last 17 years for the Israeli government as a research and analysis expert. He currently lives in Sydney, Australia.
3/11/202413 minutes, 37 seconds
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'Witness to War' National Multilingual Telephone Hotline is Available in Hebrew

(English interview) The NSW Service for the Treatment and Rehabilitation of Torture and Trauma Survivors (STRATTS) and The Forum of Australian Services for Survivors of Torture and Trauma (FASSTT) agencies have launched 'Witness to War' a free and confidential multilingual telephone hot-line for people in Australia affected by overseas conflicts. The project is staffed by mental health practitioners and bicultural support workers, and staff can speak Hebrew, English and other languages with an interpreter. 'Witness to War' offers community members incidental counselling, information about available support, and connections to other local services.
3/11/202411 minutes, 23 seconds
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A New Theatrical Adaptation for 'Yentl'

Gary Abrahams talks about 'Yentl'. Gender identity, religious and sexual politics, and traditional Yiddish culture collide in this bold and contemporary adaptation by Gary Abrahams, Elise Hearst and Kadimah Yiddish Theatre Artistic Co-Directors Galit Klas and Evelyn Krape. This new stage adaptation of Nobel Prize laureate Isaac Bashevis Singer’s iconic short story ‘Yentl’, is the first new adaptation since the pop culture phenomenon that was Barbra Streisand’s 1983 musical film.
3/11/20249 minutes, 51 seconds
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News Highlights of the Week

News highlights from the past week (4th of March to 8th of March)
3/10/20243 minutes, 54 seconds
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They're cheap and easy, but what are the health risks associated with processed foods?

The link between diet and health outcomes is well documented. New findings, published by the British Medical Journal confirm that a diet high in ultra-processed food is linked to a number of health conditions.
3/10/20247 minutes, 24 seconds
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"Israel and U.S Insist Deadlock is Hamas's Fault": Peta Jones Pellach

"The negotiations to release the remaining 134 hostages are deadlocked with the Hamas delegation having left Egypt where talks are being held in order to consult with their leadership" says Peta Jones pellach, she adds that "Israel has offered a ceasefire for at least the entire month of Ramadan which begins on Monday, increase in humanitarian aid and the release of hundreds of Palestinians in Israeli jails"
3/9/20248 minutes, 54 seconds
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An Australian-led team of astronomers have found what could be the brightest object in the universe

An Australian-led team of astronomers have found what could turn out to be the brightest object in the universe. They have discovered what's known as a quasar, shining 500 trillion times brighter than the sun.
3/8/20246 minutes, 59 seconds
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The Month of Ramadan alongside the War in Israel

Prof. Rafi Mann reports to SBS Hebrew from Israel, with the latest news and current affairs.
3/8/20249 minutes, 19 seconds
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Israeli Speaker Banned From Australian Mental Health Conference in Gold Coast

Dr Moshe Farchi – a world-renowned expert on trauma and mental health, who is a reserve Lt Col in the IDF’s Home Command, where he’s a senior mental health officer – was disinvited from the Frontline Mental Health Conference, organized by the Australian and New Zealand Mental Health Association (ANZMHA), just days before his scheduled keynote address this week. shane Desiatnik from the Australian Jewish News reporting to SBS Hebrew Shalom Australia
3/7/202411 minutes, 44 seconds
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"Do not forget the Hostages!": Dror Doron

Dror Doron is a senior political analyst specialising in the Middle East, and he says that "it is essential to bring the Israeli hostages back to Israel and that we ought to dismantle the Hamas organisation. Sadly, these are contradictory aims and right now it is more important to bring the hostages back"
3/6/202414 minutes, 9 seconds
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'Witness to War' program is available in Hebrew

STARTTS (The NSW Service for the Treatment and Rehabilitation of Torture and Trauma Survivors) and FASSTT (The Forum of Australian Services for Survivors of Torture and Trauma) agencies have launched 'Witness to War' a free and confidential multilingual telephone hotline for people in Australia affected by overseas conflicts. The project is staffed by mental health practitioners and bicultural support workers, and staff can speak Hebrew, English and other languages with an interpreter. 'Witness to War' offers community members incidental counselling, information about available support, and connections to other local services.
3/6/202413 minutes, 7 seconds
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'An unforgettable evening for the Israeli community': Hallely Kimchi

The Israeli community in Australia had a chance to come together for an evening full of fun and humor. Top Israeli comedian Shahar Hason and Yohay Sponder visited Australia. "we should not take it for granted" says Hallely Kimchi, director at 'Habayit' - home of Hebrew and Israeli culture. "It is not easy to get any Israeli artists to come and perform in Australia, especially in these difficult times. It wasn't easy at all" she adds.
3/5/20249 minutes, 27 seconds
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"Dozens of Gazans died during a stampede as large crowds descended on humanitarian aid trucks": Peta J.Pelach

Peta Jones Pelach with news and current affaris from Israel, reporting to SBS Hebrew in English.
3/4/20249 minutes, 16 seconds
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News Highlights of the Week

News highlights from the past week (26th of Feb to 1st of March)
3/3/20244 minutes, 34 seconds
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The Australian Jewish News with Shane Desiatnik

The painting above is featured on this week's printed edition of the Australian Jewish news. To hear the full story, listen to shane Desiatnik , reporting to SBS Shalom Australia with the latest Australian Jewish News.
2/29/202411 minutes, 37 seconds
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Palestinian government offers resignation

The Palestinian Authority's Prime Minister has told President Mahmoud Abbas that his government will resign over the escalating violence in the region. The move comes after Israel launched a successful attack on the militant Hezbollah group in Lebanon, and said it is still planning to launch an offensive in southern Gaza.
2/29/20248 minutes, 3 seconds
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From the Comforts of Australia to the Exciting Challenges of Life in Israel

(English Interview) Adiel Cohney made Aliyah from Melbourne to Israel 8 years ago, together with his Gar-in from Habonim Dror. Adiel tells us about the life-changing move from the comforts of Australia to the exciting challenges of life in Israel, and about living life in Hebrew including his current acting studies at Bet Zvi.
2/28/202410 minutes, 50 seconds
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"Israeli Hospitals - Among the most efficient in the world during wartimes": Dr. Alon Friendlander

Dr Alon Friedlander is the Head of orthopaedic wing at the Sheba Hospital in Israel. Alon tells us about the amazing dedication of the medical staff at the Sheba hospital and in other Israeli hospitals, saving lives and limbs of countless soldiers and civilians since 7 October 2023.
2/27/202412 minutes, 32 seconds
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Gilad Korngold shares the story about his family

(English interview). Three members of Gilad Korngold’s family were murdered by Hamas on 7th of October, and nine were kidnapped to Gaza, including his son Tal, daughter in law Adi, and young grandchildren Naveh and Yahel. By now most family members have been released except for his son Tal who’s still a hostage in Gaza.
2/26/202413 minutes, 52 seconds
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Comedians Shahar Hason and Yohay Sponder in Australia !

Stand up comedians Shahar Hason and Yohay Sponder in an exclusive interview for SBS Shalom Australia in English.
2/25/20247 minutes, 29 seconds
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"IDF Spokesperson unveils footage of the Bibas family, on the day of their kidnapping": Peta Jones Pellach

Peta Jones Pellach with the news from Israel, reporting to SBS Shalom Australia in English.
2/25/20249 minutes, 34 seconds
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"This is the longest war since the Arab-Israeli war in 1948": Prof. Raffi Mann

"The current war is the longest, and the most complex in Israel's history since its establishment in 1948. The longest war that Israel was involved with was the Arab-Israeli war in 1948, which started on 30th of November 1947 until the 20th of July 1949". Professor Raffi Mann, reporting to SBS Hebrew, with news and current affairs from Israel (23.2.24)
2/25/20249 minutes, 19 seconds
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News Highlights of the Week

News highlights from the past week (19th to 23rd of February)
2/25/20245 minutes, 24 seconds
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'Funny Monday' Finally in Australia

An exclusive interview with two of the funniest stand-up comedians in Israel.
2/22/202415 minutes, 6 seconds
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"Australians United Against Antisemitism": AJN

Leading up to last Sunday’s 12,000-strong Christian-led ‘Australians United Against Antisemitism’ rally in Sydney’s Domain, Freya Leach – the daughter of emcee and co-organiser, Anglican senior minister Mark Leach – described its aim as an opportunity “to hug the Jewish community”. Shane Desiatnik from the Australian Jewish news, reports to SBS Hebrew.
2/22/202412 minutes, 23 seconds
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'Release the Israeli Hostages - and my son too !' : Gilad Korngold

The unbelievable story of Gilad Korngold. Three members of Gilad’s family were murdered on 7th of October, and nine(!) were kidnapped to Gaza, including his son Tal, daughter in law Adi, and young grandchildren Naveh and Yahel. By now most family members have been released except for his son Tal who’s still a hostage in Gaza.
2/20/202425 minutes, 21 seconds
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"I Miss Israeli Food, and my Grandparents!": Tamar Marom

Eye on the Israeli Community in Australia: This week we speak to Tamar Marom. Tamar arrived to Australia in 2019, at the age of 14. Tamar shares with our listeners her thoughts about living in Australia, specifically during tough times like the pandemic, lock downs, and the war in Israel.
2/20/20248 minutes, 25 seconds
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"Israel rescues two hostages in Rafah, but with more casualties on both sides": Peta Jones Pellach

Peta Jones Pellach reporting to SBS Hebrew Shalom Australia.
2/20/20249 minutes, 45 seconds
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"Uncomfortable times for Jews in Australia": Philip Zajac, President of JCCV

Philip Zajac is the newly elected president of the Jewish Community Council of Victoria. He tells us what he thinks are the most urgent challenges facing the Jewish communities in Australia, The latest doxing saga, and some thoughts on the current Israel Gaza war. An English interview.
2/19/202414 minutes, 38 seconds
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Younger Australians are the loneliest group according to a new survey

Younger Australians are experiencing higher psychological distress and more loneliness compared to older age groups. That's according to new research by the University of Melbourne that analysed data from 17-thousand people from 2001 to 2021.
2/19/20245 minutes, 21 seconds
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IDF Rescues two Israeli Hostages from Gaza

Fernando Marman, 61, and Louis Har, 70, from Kibbutz Nir Yitzhak, were among 253 hostages abducted on October 7 in Hamas attacks which saw some 1200 people murdered. Shane Desiatnik reporting to SBS Hebrew, with the latest Australian Jewish News.
2/19/202413 minutes, 35 seconds
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Dr. Danny Lamm AM: "United We Stand!"

We talked to Dr Danny Lamm AM on a stopover in South Africa before continuing to Israel to meet families and friends and to find out how the Jewish community in Australia could offer more help to that courageous, war torn country. In particular to the "Israeli hostages in Gaza, and the many tragic casualties of the war". English interview.
2/18/202412 minutes, 39 seconds
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Dr. Danny Lamm AM: "United We Stand!"

We talked to Dr Danny Lamm AM on a stopover in South Africa before continuing to Israel to meet families and friends and to find out how the Jewish community in Australia could offer more help to that courageous, war torn country. In particular to the "Israeli hostages in Gaza, and the many tragic casualties of the war". English interview.
2/18/202412 minutes, 39 seconds
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News Highlights of the Week

News highlights from the past week (12th to16th of February)
2/18/20243 minutes, 43 seconds
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'ANNO 2020' Wins The Titan Award in Sydney

'Anno 2020', produced by Gil Ben-Moshe of MoneyShot Productions, won an award at the Titan International Film Festival, Sydney, for the Best Experimental movie. The film also was declared a quarter finalist into the British International Film Festival, and made official selection for best experimental movie into the Symbiotic festival in the Ukraine.
2/13/202412 minutes, 37 seconds
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From Aussie Hibernation to the Israeli Pressure Cooker

Adiel Cohney made Aliyah from Melbourne to Israel 8 years ago, together with his 'Gar'in' from Habonim Dror. Adiel tells us about the life-changing move from the comforts of Australia to the exciting challenges of life in Israel, and about living life in Hebrew including his current acting studies at Bet Zvi.
2/12/202415 minutes, 22 seconds
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Australian-led researchers say global temperatures may have already risen by 1.5 degrees

Global temperatures may have already risen by 1.5 degrees since the pre-industrial period, according to an Australian-led team of researchers. They warn that warming could reach 2 degrees by the end of the decade - much sooner than predicted. Their findings come from an unusual source - rare, sea sponges that have a lifespan of hundreds of years.
2/12/20244 minutes, 44 seconds
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'Australian Jewish Community will always support Israel': Dr. Danny Lamm AM

Dr. Danny Lamm AM is a well known Jewish community leader. He currently serves on the Board of Governors of the Jewish Agency for Israel. He served as the President of the Zionist Federation of Australia. He is President of the Mizrachi Organisation in Australia and a Past President of the Executive Council of Australian Jewry.
2/12/202414 minutes, 37 seconds
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'A lot of work needs to be done before a ceasefire deal is reached': Peta Jones Pellach

Peta Jones Pellach reporting to SBS Hebrew, with the news and current affairs from Israel.
2/12/20249 minutes, 5 seconds
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News Highlights of the Week

News highlights from the past week (5th to 9th of February)
2/11/20244 minutes, 35 seconds
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Making Cyber-Safety Accessible in your Conversations with your Children - 'The Cyber Safe Child'

Netzer Shohet is a senior employee in one of Israel's largest cyber security firms and also the author of "The Cyber Safe Child". Netzer explains that the key principles of cyber safety are actually much older than the cyber revolution. How do you learn to trust or otherwise people whom you meet in different situations? Which information is it wise to reveal about yourself in initial meetings? If you do not want your children to speak to strangers, especially to adult strangers, then you, and they, must be aware of the fact that it is much easier for strangers to approach them online.
2/9/202413 minutes, 20 seconds
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Israel rejects terms for a ceasefire, for now

Prof. Rafi Mann reporting to SBS Hebrew, with the latest news and current affairs from Israel
2/9/20249 minutes, 11 seconds
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Police says no evidence found on an offensive 'gas' comment chanted at Opera House.

The latest Australian Jewish News with Shane Desiatnik.
2/9/202413 minutes, 40 seconds
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What does it feel like to be in Gaza during the Israel Hamas War

Major (reservist) Eran is a company commander in the IDF Armoured Corps. On the 7th of October Eran and his reservist officers and soldiers rushed south and into Gaza.
2/6/202418 minutes, 29 seconds
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The Cyber Safe Child

Netzer Shohet is a devoted family man as well as a senior employee in one of Israel’s largest cyber security firms. When Netzer’s children started using the internet and social media he realised that it is essential for parents and children to be aware of the basics of cyber safety, and started developing education tools for that purpose. Soon after Netzer volunteered to teach young students these important safety concepts, "The Cyber Safe Child" is a translation of a book already published in Hebrew within Israel.
2/5/202412 minutes, 58 seconds
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News Highlights of the Week

News highlights from last week in Hebrew
2/4/20246 minutes, 41 seconds
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Hamas to Consider A New Ceasefire Deal With Israel

Peta Jones Pellach reports from Jerusalem for SBS Shalom Australia
2/2/20249 minutes, 30 seconds
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Sydney's Recent Neo-Nazi Activity - Should We Worry ?

Sydney witnessed neo-Nazi incidents across three consecutive days over the Australia Day weekend, prompting fears the ideology is gaining popularity in Australia. So who are the people behind these incidents and should we be worried about a potential rise in neo-Nazism?
2/1/202410 minutes, 13 seconds
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Burgertory Fire "not a hate crime": The Australian Jewish News

Two men have been arrested over a burger shop fire in Melbourne that sparked a violent clash between supporters of Palestine and Israel. Shane Desiatnik with the latest Australian Jewish news, reporting to SBS Shalom Australia.
2/1/202413 minutes, 10 seconds
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Kindertransport Survivor Walter Bingham Marks Historic Milestone

World’s Oldest Active Journalist, Celebrates 100th Birthday. "On a good day I feel in my 40's"
1/29/202413 minutes, 18 seconds
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International Court of Justice Issues Warnings to Israel

Peta Jones Pellach reports to SBS Shalom Australia.
1/29/20249 minutes, 1 second
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"There is an uncertainty about ending the war in Gaza": Prof Rafi Mann

The latest news and current affairs from Israel, with Prof. Rafi Mann reporting to SBS Hebrew.
1/29/20248 minutes, 29 seconds
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"We Shall Overcome": Raz Sapir

Raz Sapir is a retired Israeli executive who recently visited Australia. The Sapir family are all bike mad and Raz told us a little bit about the attraction of riding bikes in remote areas. Ras tells the listeners that even though this is a very difficult and tragic period, the people of Israel are resourceful and resilient, are determined to win that choice less war and to rebuild their lives.
1/29/202411 minutes, 57 seconds
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Explaining The 'Israel Academia Monitor' with Dr. Dana Barnett

Dr Dana Barnett tells us about her fascinating personal and intellectual trajectory. From being a 'pro Oslo' Accord adherent, to becoming an academic researcher focusing on the "shocking anti Israeli propaganda at academic institutions".
1/29/202414 minutes, 31 seconds
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The Latest News in Hebrew (28.1.24)

The latest news in Hebrew, as heard on the SBS Hebrew program
1/28/20244 minutes, 31 seconds
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"Zionism Victoria provides opportunities for discussion, debate and expression of Jewish thoughts"

An interview with Yossi Goldfarb, the president of Zionism Victoria. Zionism Victoria "fosters a deep connection between the Victorian Jewish community and Israel, as well as facilitating a bridge between the Jewish community and the extended general community."
1/26/202410 minutes, 36 seconds
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The Australian Jewish News

On this week's AJN, Shane Desiatnik reports to SBS Shalom Australia about Scott Morison's retirement from politics
1/26/202413 minutes, 40 seconds
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Australia Day citizenship ceremonies cancelled by 81 local councils

Around 80 local councils across Australia have decided to change the date of their annual citizenship ceremonies from January 26th. While many are lauding the decision as a step in the right direction, some Australians aren't so sure.
1/22/20246 minutes, 40 seconds
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'Most western nations take concrete steps to combat Anti-Semitism': Lior Haiat

Lior Hayat is the spokesperson of the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Lior tells us about the incredible efforts to boost 'Hasbara' since the 7th of October mass slaughter in the south of Israel. Lior argues that "most western leaders understand and support the Israeli campaign to eradicate Hamas". He also believes that "most western nations take concrete steps to combat the anti-Semitism and anti-Israeli protests that take place in too many academic institutions across the world". (English Interview)
1/22/202416 minutes, 21 seconds
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'We are Helping Displaced Communities from the North and South of Israel': Emmanuel Rosen

Emmanuel Rosen has been one of the leading journalists in Israel for many years. Currently he is involved with a large-scale project aimed at helping the countless Israeli citizens evacuated from their homes in the south and the north of Israel (English Interview)
1/22/202412 minutes, 58 seconds
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'Most western leaders understand Israel's campaign': Spokesperson of the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Lior Hayat is the spokesperson of the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Lior tells us about the incredible efforts to boost 'Hasbara' since the 7th of October mass slaughter in the south of Israel. Lior argues that "most western leaders understand and support the Israeli campaign to eradicate Hamas". He also believes that "most western nations take concrete steps to combat the anti-Semitism and anti-Israeli protests that take place in too many academic institutions across the world".
1/22/202416 minutes, 18 seconds
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'Challenging Times for Displaced Communities in Israel': Emmanuel Rosen

Emmanuel Rosen has been one of the leading journalists in Israel for many years. Currently he is involved with a large-scale project aimed at helping the countless Israeli citizens evacuated from their homes in the south and the north of Israel.
1/22/202415 minutes, 4 seconds
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"Millions in Israel are joining the call for Awareness": Peta Jones Pellach

Peta Jones Pellach, with her weekly news and current affairs from Israel, reporting to SBS Shalom Australia
1/22/20249 minutes, 14 seconds
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Dr. Ran Porat: "the end of a Judicial reform, for now"

Eariler this month, Israel’s Supreme Court published a dramatic decision in a case that just a few months ago was accompanied by a wave of unrest and tensions within the country. Dr. Ran Porat from Monah University explains.
1/22/202412 minutes, 21 seconds
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The latest News in Hebrew (21.1.24)

The latest news from Australia and Israel
1/20/20244 minutes, 17 seconds
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Penny Wong visited Israel for the first time as Australia's Foreign Affairs Minister

'Penny Wong’s decision not to visit Israel’s stricken south – scene of the October 7 Hamas massacres – has thrown a shadow over her Middle East tour': Shane Desiatnik, reporting to SBS Hebrew.
1/20/202412 minutes, 7 seconds
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'There are some ideas so absurd that only an intellectual could believe them' (George Orwell)

Dr Dana Barnett tells us about her fascinating personal and intellectual trajectory. She tell us about her journey of becoming an academic researcher focusing on the shocking anti Israeli propaganda at academic institutions.
1/16/202415 minutes, 16 seconds
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'South Africa Accuses Israel of Gaza genocide': Peta Jones Pellach

Peta Jones Pellach reporting to SBS Shalom Australia, with the latest weekend news from Israel and around the world.
1/15/20249 minutes, 49 seconds
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Israel is accused of genocide at the International Court of Justice

Prof. Rafi Mann reporting to SBS Hebrew, with the latest news and current affairs from Israel.
1/14/20247 minutes, 11 seconds
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Markos Zografos's 'Genocidal Antisemitism: A Core Ideology of the Muslim Brotherhood'

Markos Zografos tell us about the origins of the Muslim Brotherhood, created by Hasan al-Banna in 1928.
1/14/202415 minutes, 9 seconds
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The Latest New in Hebrew (14.1.24)

The latest news from Australian, Israel and around the world, as heard on the SBS Hebrew program.
1/14/20243 minutes, 28 seconds
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'The end of judicial reform, and the beginning of healing': Dr. Ran Porat

On 2 January, 2024, Israel’s Supreme Court published a dramatic decision in a case that just a few months ago was accompanied by a wave of unrest and tensions within the country. However, the attack by Hamas on Israeli cities, towns, and bases near Gaza on 7 October, 2023, situated the ruling in a different place in Israel’s history, and gave it a new meaning outside the legal arena. Dr. Ran Porat expalins
1/12/202410 minutes, 53 seconds
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2024: The Australian Jewish News

After a two weeks break, the Australian Jewish News is back on board, with the latest news about the Australian Jewish Community. Gareth Narunsky Reports to SBS Hebrew Shalom Australia.
1/12/20249 minutes, 53 seconds
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Australia Wins Third Place in The global SAP TechEd Event

Adi Mogilevsky, the owner of Synctegral solution, is the Third Place Bronze Medal winner of the SAP Global Tech Ed Demo Jam in Bangalore, India on November 2023.
1/9/202411 minutes, 19 seconds
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'Discussions on the next phases in the war against Hamas': Peta Jones Pellach

Peta Jones Pellach reports from Jerusalem, Israel
1/8/20249 minutes, 15 seconds
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"The world must wake up right now": Uri Geller. An exclusive Interview.

Uri Geller is probably one of the most famous Israeli magicians around the world. In this exclusive interview to SBS Hebrew, Uri talks about his successful career and the aftermath of the events of 7th of October. (Hebrew Interview)
1/1/202412 minutes, 59 seconds
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"The war in Israel shows no signs of ending": Peta Jones Pellach

Peta Jones Pellach from Jerusalem, reports to SBS Shalom Australia.
1/1/20248 minutes, 55 seconds
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'2023 Was The Worst Year in Israel's History': Prof. Rafi Mann

Professor Rafi Mann reports to SBS Hebrew. The report is a conclusion of some of the major events in Israel's history, with an emphasis of 2023.
1/1/20249 minutes, 5 seconds
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Nina Bassat: In Defense of Civilization

"Nina" Bassat AM has been an active leader in the Australian Jewish community for many years. She served as president of the Jewish Community Council of Victoria, She also served as president of the Executive Council of Australian Jewry. Nina’s memoir, Take the Child and Disappear, was published recently
12/31/202313 minutes, 3 seconds
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Uri Geller: "Almost Too Late!"

Uri Geller is probably the most famous mind-bending celebrity on planet earth, if not in the entire cosmos. A relative of Sigmund Freud, Uri Geller grasps the complexity, gullibility as well as the incredible potential of the human mind like nobody except for the father of psychoanalysis!
12/31/202316 minutes, 1 second
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2023 in Technology - A.I and Robots

Androids boosted by Artificial Intelligence are mimicking their creators and wowing visitors at tech shows around the world. The robots have been designed for conservation, for work, and for play. Let's check out how 2023 has introduced A.I, ChatGPT, and more technological innovations.
12/31/20235 minutes, 30 seconds
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'To the Negev with Love': Helping Displaced Communities from the North and South of Israel

Dr. Dganit Biederman is the Founder & CEO at Citizen Impact. She is an expert in developing, applying, and researching personalised welfare and education programs. Dganit tells us about an innovative project that aims to help the tragic survivors of 'Otef Aza' as well as the displaced communities from the North of Israel.
12/31/202313 minutes, 17 seconds
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The latest news in Hebrew (31.12.23)

The latest news in Hebrew, as heard on the SBS Hebrew program
12/31/20234 minutes, 43 seconds
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Health is a State of Complete Harmony of the Body, Mind and Spirit (B.K.S. Iyengar)

Sara Edelstein is a psychotherapist, a movement and yoga therapist, and a strong believer in the intimate nexus between body and soul. Practically every single Israeli was shocked to his innermost core by the mass slaughter on the 7th of October carried out by Hamas, by the tragic hostage saga and by the ongoing attacks on Israel from all fronts.
12/27/202314 minutes, 38 seconds
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All you need to know about Boxing Day in Australia 

Australian Boxing Day is a unique blend of cultural and commercial significance. While it doesn't have a solid religious connotation here, it's a day when Australians extend their Christmas festivities. It's often a time for family barbecues, cricket matches, and watching the iconic Sydney to Hobart yacht race. On the other hand, many Australians look forward to this day to sweep the stores for the best bargains. 
12/25/202310 minutes, 6 seconds
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From the Biblical Philistines to the Balfour Declaration - A brief history of Palestine

David Semple is a writer, blogger, stand-up comic and an 'amateur' historian. He works as a Shabbos Goy (and also as Santa Claus) in a Kosher hotel in North London.
12/25/202312 minutes, 25 seconds
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"Deadly weekend in Israel, with more IDF Casualties"

The Israel Defense Forces announced Sunday the names of nine soldiers killed in fighting in the Gaza Strip throughout the previous day, bringing the number of troops killed over the entire weekend to 14. Peta Jones pellach reports to SBS Hebrew, from Jerusalem.
12/25/20239 minutes, 25 seconds
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Five ways to bring bush tucker to your festive plate - חמש דרכים להביא את מאכלי השיח לצלחת החגיגית שלכם

Make your festive season celebrations unique by incorporating native Australian ingredients into dishes and drinks. - הפכו את עונת החגים לייחודיות על ידי שילוב מרכיבי אוכל אוסטרליים במנות ובמשקאות שלכם.
12/24/20236 minutes, 17 seconds
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The Latest News in Hebrew (24.12.23)

The latest news in Hebrew, as heard on the SBS Hebrew program on Sunday 24.12.23
12/23/20233 minutes, 33 seconds
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Keep Calm and Carry On

Dr Kim Attali was born in France and started her medical degree in Paris. Then she made Aliya to Israel, managed to overcome the language barrier and finished her medical studies at Bar-Ilan University in Tel Aviv.
12/21/202311 minutes, 12 seconds
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In Israel’s Time of Need, Jews Around The World Have Found an Unlikely Ally

Known as Nate Buzz on his Instagram account, with more than 3.4 million followers, Buzolic is devoted to Israel’s cause and determined to shift the pro-Palestinian narrative on social media. In the days after October 7, he emerged as a voice of clarity as he helped combat the hateful and harmful propaganda being spewed online. shane Desiatnik frin the Australian Jewish News reports to SBS Hebrew
12/21/202313 minutes, 3 seconds
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Improving Education Through Sophisticated Learning Analytics

Dr Shlomi Hanuka tells us about a groundbreaking research initiative that he leads, collaborating with experts from Israel, Australia and Uruguay, aimed at enhancing the educational landscape through the implementation of cutting-edge technology. The technology is based on sophisticated learning analytics, that includes dashboards and other concepts.
12/21/202314 minutes, 34 seconds
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Prejudice, not being founded on reason, cannot be removed by argument” (Samuel Johnson)

Dr. Efrat Eilam teaches at Victoria University in Melbourne. Following the 7th of October massacre, Efrat and Professor steven Prawer of Melbourne University started the Australian Academic Alliance Against Antisemitism (5A)
12/20/202312 minutes, 25 seconds
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IDF Chief on Hostage Tragedy: "I take full responsibility"

Chief of Staff Lt. Gen. Herzi Halevi, says he and the IDF are fully responsible for the tragic event where three Israeli hostages identified as Hamas militants
12/18/20239 minutes, 2 seconds
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IDF Fire Incident Results in Death of Three Israeli Hostages

In this tragic event, the IDF force operating in Shijaiyah came across 3 suspicious figures and opened fire, but only later realised they were hostages that either ran away or were deserted by Hamas. Prof Rafi Mann reports to SBS Hebrew.
12/18/20239 minutes, 3 seconds
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The latest News in Hebrew (17.12.23)

The latest news in Hebrew, as heard on the SBS Hebrew program (17.12.23)
12/17/20234 minutes, 18 seconds
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Australia votes at UN for Ceasefire in Gaza

Hours after Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese joined the prime ministers of Canada and New Zealand in co-signing a balanced statement calling for a sustainable ceasefire in Gaza, Australia voted in favour of a problematic UN resolution calling for an immediate ceasefire that did not mention Hamas. Shane Desiatnik reports to SBS Shalom Australia.
12/16/202314 minutes, 16 seconds
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Rebuilding The Bridges With The UAE

Yaoz Sever tells us about the complex situation in the UAE and the equally complex predicament in Israel after October 7.
12/11/202315 minutes, 5 seconds
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A Tribute to a Very Righteous Gentile - Professor Tim McNamara

Professor Elana Shohamy is the former chair of the language education program at the School of Education, Tel Aviv University. Elana has presented her papers in numerous international conferences, She researches and writes about multiple issues relating to multilingualism: including language policy, language testing, language rights and linguistic landscape.
12/11/202313 minutes, 55 seconds
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There is No Excuse for Sexual Violence

The 'No Excuse' for Sexual Violence Vigil at Hopetoun Gardens was an emotional gathering dedicated especially to raising awareness of the shocking brutal treatment of women by Hamas on October 7th. Lillian Klein speaks to SBS Hebrew and provides details on that event.
12/11/20239 minutes, 46 seconds
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"More IDF Casualties in the War between Hamas and Israel"

Peta Jones pellach with the latest news on the war between Hamas and Israel
12/10/20238 minutes, 40 seconds
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The News in Hebrew (10.12.23)

The latest news in Hebrew, as heard on the SBS Hebrew program.
12/10/20234 minutes
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Prime Minister Condemns Demonstrators at Hostage Families’ Hotel

Prime Minister Anthony Albanese has condemned the actions of a group of protestors who gathered at a Melbourne hotel where Israeli relatives of Hamas victims and hostages were staying. Shane Desiatnik with a weekly report for SBS Hebrew.
12/8/202312 minutes, 51 seconds
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Can East and West Resemble Yin and Yang?

Professor Meri Buzaglo tells us about the horrible shock endured by the Israeli society on 7th of October 2023. While it seems impossible to believe in peace and harmony following the October massacre, Meir still believes that one ought to distinguish the murderous Hamas from the Palestinians and from Muslims in general. That the monotheistic religions have got more in common than what separates them. And that Jews and Israelis who have come from the East have a special role in creating such bridges.
12/5/202312 minutes, 58 seconds
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An open letter questioning school strikes was sent to Premier Jacinta Allan

Moran Dvir is a Jewish Australian activist and advocate. Together with three other women, Moran is the co-founder of Project A, a virtual advocacy group with members across Australia formed after October 7. The group has mobilized hundreds of skilled volunteers (mainly women) that take part in daily grassroots advocacy and activations in order to preserve the community’s Jewish way of life in Australia and to strengthen Israel.
12/5/202310 minutes, 26 seconds
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An Australian-Israeli Perspective of Witnessing the Courage and Hope in Israel

(English Interview) Edan Nissan, a 34-year-old Australian-Israeli has now lived in Israel for over 10 years after making Aliyah as a Boger of Hashomer Hatzair. Edan lives in Kiryat Ono outside of Tel Aviv with his wife
12/5/202313 minutes, 14 seconds
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Resilience in the Face of a Living Hell

Eilon Kotler and his family miraculously survived the Hamas massacre in Kfar Aza on 7th October 2023. Eilon lost many of his best friends on that horrible day. He came to Australia to give a first hand account of that living hell.
12/5/202318 minutes, 18 seconds
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"Women freed from Hamas captivity appeal for the government to place the release of all hostages"

Prof. Rafi Mann says that women freed from Hamas captivity tell their story of the hardships in captivity, and demand the return of all hostages
12/4/20236 minutes, 49 seconds
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"A Weeklong Ceasefire has Come to an End"

Peta Jones Pellach reports to SBS Hebrew on the latest news and developments in Israel.
12/3/20239 minutes, 5 seconds
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The News in Hebrew (3.12.23)

The latest news and updates, as heard on the SBS Hebrew program
12/3/20235 minutes, 47 seconds
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Australian Relatives of Israeli Hostages Released from Hamas Captivity

Relief and joy for family members in Australia. Shane Desiatnik with the latest news about the Australian Jewish Community
11/30/202313 minutes, 24 seconds
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Witnessing the horrors, the courage and the hope - an Australian Israeli perspective

Edan, a 34-year-old Australian-Israeli has now lived in Israel for over 10 years after making Aliyah as a Boger of Hashomer Hatzair. Edan lives in Kiryat Ono outside of Tel Aviv with his wife. Edan currently works at Ilyon, a mobile gaming company based in Rosh Ha'ayin. Edan happens to be the nephew of the legendary Australian boxing champion, Henry Nissen.
11/27/202314 minutes, 5 seconds
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Hussain and Amit’s friendship has flourished despite war

Amit Avraham and his barber Hussain Al-Maliki say they share a special bond which has only strengthened despite the tumultuous events in the Middle East.
11/27/202313 minutes, 40 seconds
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Updates about the release of the second group of hostages from Gaza

Peta Jones Pellach reports to SBS Hebrew on how Hamas released the second group of Israeli hostages after hours of delay.
11/27/20239 minutes, 1 second
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“Above all, be the heroine of your life, not the victim”

Hagar is an Israeli business woman who has been living in Australia for about 20 years. She is the founder of the Lynden Group, and currently dedicates her time and energy to support the people of Israel. Hagar is the mother of three daughters and her eldest is about to make Aliya and join the IDF.
11/27/202312 minutes, 57 seconds
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SBS News in Hebrew (26.11.23)

13 Israeli hostages and 4 foreign nationals transferred by Hamas to the Red Cross on Saturday night, after hours-long delay.
11/25/20234 minutes, 37 seconds
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Australian PM: “Jewish Australians have been bearing a pain you should never have had to bear again"

Melbourne Holocaust Museum reopens. Prime Minister Anthony Albanese and Opposition leader Peter Dutton visited the Holocaust Museum on Wednesday. Shane Desiatnik with the latest Australian Jewish News
11/24/202314 minutes
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“In case of dissension, never dare to judge till you've heard the other side”

Jeremy Stowe-Lindner tells us that even though we cannot always expect politicians, the media and others to support Israel and the Jewish community following the horrendous Hamas led massacre on October 7 we should expect and demand minimal fairness and balance. Which is why he decided to write a letter to Independent Kooyong MP Monique Ryan, who in her social media post referred only to the tragedy of the people of Gaza.
11/23/202314 minutes, 14 seconds
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Prof. Rafi Mann: "Families of hostages put more pressure on Israeli government to bring them home"

In more news, Rafi tells us about the reopening the National Library of Israel that was supposed to hold a formal opening on October 17 for its long-awaited building. The official event was postponed after war erupted following Hamas’s October 7 massacre.
11/20/20238 minutes, 26 seconds
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Peta Jones Pellach: "Palestinian death toll in Gaza Strip rises to 11,500"

"Hamas-run Gaza health ministry claims that 11,500 people have been killed since the start of the war, including at least 4,700 children and 3,000 women. These figures can not be independently verified and do not distinguish between civilians and terrorists. The figures also do not differentiate those killed by Israeli air strikes or by failed Palestinian rocket launches"
11/20/20239 minutes, 52 seconds
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The Latest News in Hebrew (19.11.23)

News and current affairs from Israel and around the world, as heard on the SBS Hebrew program.
11/19/20236 minutes
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Entertainment News With Warren Wills

November in arts and entertainment: Jewish pianist and musical director Warren Wills is back to Melbourne.
11/17/20236 minutes, 41 seconds
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“It’s not stress that kills us, it’s our reaction to it”

Zohar is a clinical social worker and psychotherapist, specialising in dynamic psychotherapy. Zohar served in the IDF helping soldiers and officers to deal with stress and other psychological issues.
11/17/202312 minutes, 29 seconds
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Australian Jewish News: "Over 100 Pro-Palestinian protesters descended on Caulfield South’s Princes Park"

As the community was welcoming Shabbat last Friday evening, peace was shattered when a mob of over 100 pro-Palestinian protesters descended on Caulfield South’s Princes Park, bringing fear, hate and violence to the heart of Jewish Melbourne. shane Desiatnik reports.
11/17/202312 minutes, 34 seconds
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Community Initiatives Continue in "Support for Israel"

Reut is an Israeli from Melbourne, and one of the organisers of an initiative that comes to "bring the community together in support for the Israeli and Jewish community of Melbourne in those difficult times". Dozens of vehicles were seen last week driving across the streets of the Jewish community of Melbourne, carrying both Australian and Israeli flags.
11/16/202310 minutes, 20 seconds
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"There is no place in our community for hate-based or discriminatory behaviour"

While riding his bicycle on Chapel street in Melbourne, Ronen Martin Cohen has been pushed out of his bike and kicked in his chest and back, just because he carried an Israeli flag.
11/16/202311 minutes, 27 seconds
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The Latest Achievements and Latest Losses in Israel's war With Hamas

U.S secretary of state Antony Blinken and foreigner ministers from Britain, Canada, France, Germany Japan and Italy met in Tokyo speaking for the Group of Seven leading industrial democracies to forge consensus on how to deal with the Israel Hamas crisis. Peta Jones Pellach reports.
11/12/20239 minutes, 15 seconds
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The News in Hebrew

(12.11.23) The latest news and updates from the war in Israel
11/12/20235 minutes, 52 seconds
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The most important thing in communication is to hear what isn’t being said

Tal Rabina is a strategic, media and crisis management expert. Tal is in charge of the strategy of the European Jewish Association (EJA) as well as of EIPA-the Europe Israel Press Association
11/11/202315 minutes, 4 seconds
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Antisemitism Surges Across Australia

As antisemitic incidents soar around the globe, Jewish media outlets have come together an open letter warning of unprecedented fear - and unprecedented unity and resolve. Shane Desiatnik from The Australian Jewish News.
11/10/202312 minutes, 27 seconds
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Raising Awareness Outside the Big Cities

Gal Winter lives in Armidale, NSW. It is a small town with about 25,000 residents but with only 4 Israeli families. Gal shares with our listeners how the events in Israel brought the Israelis in Armidale to work together, include the actions they took to raise more awareness about the current war in Israel.
11/10/20239 minutes, 48 seconds
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Sending Digital Postcards to The Israeli Hostages in Gaza

(English Interview) A special event held in Caulfield park gave attendees the opportunity to send digital postcards with a personalised message to the hostages in Gaza, with the hope that they will receive it once they are released from captivity. Ayal Marek is speaking to SBS Hebrew about the "Give Them Hope Now" Campaign.
11/10/202310 minutes, 36 seconds
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Sending A Message of Hope

A special event held on caulfield park gave attendees the opportunity to send a digital postcard with a personalised message to the hostages in Gaza. Ayal Marek is behind the "Give Them Hope Now" Campaign.
11/10/202312 minutes, 17 seconds
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A letter signed by six former Australian prime ministers is condemning Hamas

As the days since October 7 have passed, the Australian Jewish Community continues to come to terms with war and the ever-evolving details of the horror inflicted on slaughtered and kidnapped Israelis. Shane Desiatnik reports.
11/6/202312 minutes, 35 seconds
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Accuracy of Language is one of the Bulwarks of Truth

Adam Levick tells us why it is so important to insist that all reports concerning Israel and the Middle East are accurate and balanced.
11/6/202312 minutes, 37 seconds
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"Bring Them Back !"

Nirit Eylon from Melbourne tells the listeners about how the Jewish and Israeli communities in Melbourne are all united right now and doing everything they can to help Israel to bring back the hostages.
11/6/202313 minutes, 24 seconds
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"And then, I realized that Israel is in a war"

Israelis in Australia sharing their stories about the War in Israel. Sharon Tal is an Israeli living in Melbourne. On the 7th of October she was on her way to Israel to visit friends and family. Being aware of the developing events in Israel and realising it may be too dangerous to continue with her trip, a last minute decision at Bangkok airport made her change the plans.
11/6/202310 minutes, 25 seconds
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IDF spokesperson says over 2,500 Hamas targets struck since start of war

According to latest updates, more than 1450 People has been killed in Israel and over 5,500 people has been injured due to Israel Hamas War. Prof. Rafi Mann reports.
11/6/20239 minutes
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Updates from the War in Israel

(English) Peta Jones Pellach provides an update on the war.
11/6/20239 minutes, 2 seconds
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News Update in Hebrew

The latest updates from the war in Israel
11/4/20234 minutes, 29 seconds
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The secret of life is to have no fear; It's the only way to function

Danielle Peleg tells us about the right attitude to face terrorism, evil and bias – have no fear!
11/2/20239 minutes, 13 seconds
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When Duty Calls !

Niv Gronovitch is a young medical student at the Hebrew University in Israel. He’s the graduate of the prestigious “Alpha program” for gifted students in Israel, many of whom participate in mathematics and science Olympiads. Niv visited Australia during October 2023.
10/30/202313 minutes, 41 seconds
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Israelis in Sydney Take Initiatives To Help Each Other

Tomer Hasson is an Israeli community activist from Sydney. He tells us about some of the spontaneous initiatives that popped out in the Israeli community, to support, help, and bring together Israelis living in Sydney.
10/29/202310 minutes, 32 seconds
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The News in Hebrew (29.10.23)

The latest news in Hebrew, as heard on the SBS Hebrew program
10/29/20235 minutes, 17 seconds
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The Australian Jewish News

Shane Desiatnik with the latest Australian Jewish News
10/28/202311 minutes, 50 seconds
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"I Have Seen Great Intolerance Shown in Support of Tolerance"

Zohar Berchik is a therapist, a counsellor and a teacher. from Melbourne. Zohar talks about the unimaginable horrors inflicted by Hamas on the petrified citizens in the south of Israel on the 7th of October this year.
10/26/202312 minutes, 19 seconds
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A chilling Testimony From The Massacre at Kibbutz Kfar Aza

(English Interview) Keren Lewinsohn lives and works in Melbourne, but most of her family lived in Kibbutz Kfar Aza until the 7th of October. Currently they and all the survivors of the massacre are practically homeless.
10/25/202313 minutes, 40 seconds
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'For beauty is nothing but the beginning of terror’ (Rainer Maria Rilke)

Keren Lewinsohn was born in a beautiful and serene Kibbutz in the south of Israel, Kfar Aza. On the 7th of October 2023, Hamas stormed into the Kibbutz and turned it into hell on earth - slaughtering babies, children, men and women. By sheer miracle Keren’s immediate family survived that horror, but dozens of their friends were brutally murdered.
10/23/202311 minutes, 43 seconds
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In the End, we will remember not the words of our enemies but the silence of our friends (Martin Luther King)

Danielle Peleg lives in Melbourne. She tells us about the recent horrors in Israel, which is still shell shocked from the gruesome mass slaughter carried out by Hamas
10/23/20239 minutes, 11 seconds
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Hamas Released Two American Israeli Hostages

(20.10.23) A mother and her daughter were released "for humanitarian reasons" in response to Qatari mediation efforts, Hamas armed wing spokesman Abu Ubaida said in a statement on Friday. According to the IDF, there are 222 hostages held by Hamas.
10/23/20239 minutes, 10 seconds
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Israel In Its Second Week Of The War - Special Report

Prof. Rafi Mann reports from Israel about how many Israelis received the terrible shock on October 7th, and how an entire country may be bracing for a few month of war and the effect it may cause in a long term
10/23/20238 minutes, 17 seconds
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The latest news in Hebrew

The latest news from Israel in Hebrew, as heard on the SBS Hebrew program on Sunday 22nd of October 2023
10/22/20234 minutes, 13 seconds
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The Greens Vote Against A Motion Condemning Hamas Attacks Against Israel

In a show of unity in federal Parliament on Monday, MPs of all political persuasions rightly condemned Hamas’s barbarism and supported Israel’s right to defend itself. The four Greens MPs were alone in opposing the motion after their leader Adam Bandt shamefully tried to move an amendment condemning Israeli war crimes and stating “for there to be peace there must be an end to the State of Israel’s illegal occupation of the Palestinian Territories”. Shane Desiatnik reports from the Australian Jewish News
10/20/202310 minutes, 33 seconds
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Truth is like the sun. You can shut it out for a time, but it ain't goin' away

Caroline Marcus is a senior reporter based in Sky News Australia’s Sydney bureau. She also worked as a reporter in television and newspapers in Australia and Singapore.
10/19/202316 minutes, 35 seconds
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Melbourne's Jewish Community Comes Together in Solidarity

More than 5,000 people arrived to Caulfield Park in Melbourne on Friday evening to stand in solidarity with Israel as the country suffered through the darkest chapter in its history.
10/18/20238 minutes
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משאל העם למתן קול לילידים בפרלמנט הסתיים עם תוצאה שלילית

האוסטרלים דחו הצעה לעגן קול ילידים לפרלמנט בחוקה עם הצבעת לא בכל שש המדינות, כולל בטריטוריה הצפונית
10/16/20234 minutes, 42 seconds
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The Latest News From Israel (15.10.23)

Peta Jones pellach with the latest report from Israel
10/16/20239 minutes, 11 seconds
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'Magen David Adom' Australia is Helping Raising Money for Israel

Based in Melbourne Australia, Magen David Adom provides direct relief for poverty, sickness, suffering, distress, misfortune, disability, destitution or helplessness. MDA takes particular interest in the welfare of the Jewish community in Australia. Emmy Baker is a volunteer at MDA Melbourne and tells us how busy they are raising founds to MDA Israel, as well as to the IDF.
10/15/20238 minutes, 2 seconds
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The latest news in Hebrew (15.10.23)

The latest news and important update from Israel
10/15/20237 minutes, 22 seconds
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Israelis Living in the Diaspora Have The Responsibility to Educate and Help This Way or Another

A message from the Chairman of the Global Israeli Leadership Organisation, Etain Drori OAM from Melbourne, Australia. "Israelis living in the diaspora, have the responsibility to educate and help this way or another. It is now the time to show our support to the people of Israel"
10/14/202313 minutes, 2 seconds
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United We Stand - Reactions from Israelis around the world to the Israeli response to the Hamas Atrocities

Tal Edery is a young Israeli woman who lives and works in Vancouver, Canada. We talked to Tal in order to learn more about the similarities and differences between the precarious situations of the Canadian and Australian Jewish communities following the inhuman atrocities carried out by Hamas terrorists in the South of Israel.
10/13/20238 minutes, 12 seconds
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"Israelis living in the Diaspora have the responsibility to educate others": Eitan Drori OAM

The Chairman of the Global Israeli Leadership Organisation, Eitan Drori OAM from Melbourne Australia, says: "Israelis living in the diaspora have the responsibility to educate and help this way or another. It is now the time to show our support to the people of Israel"
10/13/202313 minutes, 2 seconds
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Israelis in Australia Show Their Support to Israel

Dr. Ran Porat is an affiliate research associate in the Australian Centre for Jewish Civilisation, Monash University. We discuss the different aspects of the Israeli community of Australia and how the war in Israel may, or may not, affect Israelis living in Australia
10/13/202313 minutes, 10 seconds
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"We Are All United With Israel"

A Solidarity Community Event at Caulfield Shule in Melbourne, with speeches from politicians and community leaders. Some of the members of parliament included Ben Carroll, John Pesutto, Senator James Paterson and Deputy Prime Minister Richard Marles
10/13/202315 minutes, 4 seconds
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Condemning The Hamas Atrocities - Loud and Clear !

Jeremy Leibler is the President of the Zionist Federation of Australia, as well as a partner at Arnold Bloch Leibler. Jeremy strongly condemns the horrific slaughter of children, babies, young and old, carried out by Hamas terrorists in the south of Israel. Jeremy warns against the platitude of so-called “moral equivalence”, blandly referring to the victims of both sides instead of unequivocally condemning the atrocities.
10/13/20238 minutes, 7 seconds
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NSW Premier Chris Minns Apologises to the State's Jewish Community

Pro-Palestinian protestors burned the Israeli flag and chanted "f..k the Jews" as the Sydney Opera House lit up in solidarity with Israel. Shane Desiatnik with the latest Australian Jewish News
10/13/202313 minutes, 48 seconds
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News update: Israel in a War

A special news update from Israel.
10/8/20236 minutes, 30 seconds
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Emergency Situation in Israel

Developing story: Israel has declared war on Hamas after one of the deadliest terror attacks on Israeli soil. More than 200 Israelis were killed and more than 1500 wounded. Peta jones pellach with a special report
10/7/20238 minutes, 46 seconds
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The Yom Kippur War - Does Time Heal?

Yoram Glass was born in Kibbutz Hefziba in 1951. Yoram lost his father at a young age, and suffered from asthma during his childhood. In addition he was a gifted violinist and student. Consequently, Yoram didn’t have to serve in a combat unit. Nevertheless, Yoram volunteered to serve in the armoured corpses and became a tank commander. Yoram was killed in the Golan Heights on the second day of the Yom Kippur War, 7 October, 1973.
10/6/202315 minutes, 12 seconds
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Tension Raises After a Palestinian Attacks a Civilians Israeli Vehicle

The IDF was in pursuit of a suspected terror squad after a car was hit in by shots fired at a major West Bank intersection on Thursday. The passengers reported they had heard gunshots and bullets were found inside the vehicle but no injuries were reported.
10/6/20239 minutes, 31 seconds
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Ancient Jewish Custom of Spitting Near Priests is shameful

Prof. Rafi Mann tell us about Sukkot in Israel, and also about ultra-Orthodox Jews spitting at the feet of foreign Christian worshipers in the Old City of Jerusalem
10/6/20238 minutes, 8 seconds
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Danielle Wolfson is gearing up to ascend Australia’s Mount Kosciuszko.

Shane Desiatnik tells us about Danielle Wolfson, the only Israeli woman to have scaled Mount Everest, and soon will complete her "seven summits" challenge, with mount Kosciuszko (NSW) on her list
10/6/202311 minutes, 50 seconds
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The latest news in Hebrew (1.10)

The latest news in Hebrew as heard on the SBS Hebrew program
10/1/20235 minutes, 22 seconds
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Working in an outback cattle station - not for the faint hearted!

Bezalel (“Bazza”) Gillis was born in Israel, served in a combat unit in the IDF until late last year, and soon after embarked upon one of the most interesting and challenging post army trips possible: long tracks in NZ, staying with exceedingly friendly rural communities in Fiji, and then working for three months in a remote cattle station in Queensland. It’s definitely not for the fainthearted to ride volatile cows, wrestle moody sheeps and work real hard long hours in such stations.
9/30/202316 minutes, 33 seconds
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You shall dwell in Sukkot seven days

Arie Rokach is a lecturer of mathematics, a biblical scholar and much more. In this podcast Arie tells us about the festival of Sukkot and about the associated Mitzvahs and customs.
9/30/202312 minutes, 25 seconds
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Conflicts During Yom Kippur in Tel Aviv

Peta Jones Pellach reports on conflict during Yom Kippur in Tel Aviv
9/28/20239 minutes, 34 seconds
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Anti-Semitic incidents on Yom Kippur

Shane Desiatnik with the headlines on this week's edition of the Australian Jewish News. On this week's edition: A concerned motorist spotted a car with a neo-Nazi number plate, while NSW Police confirmed a report was made after antisemitic and neo-Nazi graffiti was located at an address in Kensington. Premiere Daniel Andrews resignation, and his relations with the Jewish community.
9/28/202315 minutes, 2 seconds
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The Sound and the Fury - firth-and account from the Yom Kippur War

This week we mark 50 years to the Yom Kippur War. Micky Bentov from Melbourne, was born in Jerusalem and grew up in Kibbutz Heftziba, one of the oldest, most beautiful Kibbutzim in Israel. We hear some stories about the war that changed the lives of many Israelis.
9/28/202313 minutes, 48 seconds
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Dudu Fisher - The Golden Jubilee (English Interview)

An exclusive interview with Dudu Fishe in English. David "Dudu" Fisher is an outstanding performer - a first rate singer, cantor, actor and much more.
9/25/202320 minutes, 11 seconds
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Dudu Fisher - The Golden Jubilee (Hebrew Interview)

An exclusive interview with Dudu Fisher. David "Dudu" Fisher is an outstanding performer - a first rate singer, cantor, actor and much more.
9/25/202316 minutes, 18 seconds
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50 Years to Yom Kippur War

Prof. Rafi Mann reports from Israel, with a special report about the 50th anniversary of the Yom Kippur War
9/25/20239 minutes, 29 seconds
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Israeli Prime Minister Addresses United Nations General Debate

Peta Jones Pellach reports on Prime Minister Netanyahu's visit to the USA.
9/25/20239 minutes, 52 seconds
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Court Upholds Complaints Made by Jewish Students Relating Antisemitism

Victorian Education Minister Natalie Hutchins has apologised unreservedly after the Federal Court of Australia last week upheld most of the complaints made by five former Jewish students relating to antisemitic behaviour at Melbourne’s Brighton Secondary College. Shane Desiatnik with the latest stories from this week's edition of the Australian Jewish News.
9/25/202313 minutes, 22 seconds
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The Meanings of Yom Kippur

Arie Rokach is a biblical scholar. Arie clearly explains the various sources and meanings of Yom Kippur - the holiest Jewish Holiday.
9/24/202315 minutes, 4 seconds
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The News in Hebrew (24.9.23)

The latest news from Australia and Israel in Hebrew, as heard on the SBS Hebrew program 24.9.23
9/24/20236 minutes, 25 seconds
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And God Said, Let There Be Light (Genesis 1)

Orel Cohen-Berenson and her partner Eddie arrived in Australia a few months ago in order to study and work. They both served several years in the Israeli navy, both are extremely busy studying and working and travelling and getting used to the new culture, language and friends.
9/20/202313 minutes, 52 seconds
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Jewish New Year Report From Jerusalem

Peta Jones Pelach reports from Jerusalem. Israeli society is more divided, and the challenges to the political and legal system greater, that at any time in the 75 year history of the state, as the country entered the new Jewish year of 5784.
9/18/20237 minutes, 44 seconds
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The News in Hebrew (17.9.23)

The latest news in Hebrew, as heard on the SBS Hebrew program on Sunday 17.9.23
9/17/20238 minutes, 18 seconds
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Shana Tova ! Here is Everything You Need to Know About 'Rosh Hashana'

SBS Hebrew would like to wish all our listeners 'chag Sameach' and 'Shana Tova' !
9/15/202312 minutes, 45 seconds
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Australian Government Condemns Mahmoud Abbas’ Anti-Semitic Remarks

The Australian government has slammed Palestinian Authority (PA) President Mahmoud Abbas for recent antisemitic remarks about Jews and urged him to apologise.
9/14/202313 minutes, 12 seconds
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Dr. Ho Feng-Shan is The Chinese Schindler

Melbourne based Producer and Director Warren Wills is working on a new musical production in collaboration with Tongji University Alumni Association of Melbourne and members of the Chinese community to tell the story of Dr. Feng Shan Ho - The "Chinese Schindler"
9/11/202311 minutes, 45 seconds
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Telling the story of the Munich 1972 Summer Olympics

Avishay Yakobovitch was the captain of the fencing team in the 1972 Olympic games in Munich, and one of the representative of Israel's youth team in the games. We hear some first-hand stories from a member of the Israeli team, who witnessed the terrible events in September 1972.
9/11/202315 minutes, 14 seconds
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Jewish Communities Mark 51 Years to the Munich Olympic Massacre

The Munich massacre was a terrorist attack carried out during the 1972 summer Olympics in west Germany by eight members of the Palestinian militant organisation Black September, who infiltrated the Olympic Village, killed two members of the Israeli Olympic team, and took nine others hostage.
9/11/202311 minutes, 27 seconds
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Jeremy Jones Passes Away Following A Battle With Cancer

A special report from Peta Jones Pellach, on the passing of her brother Jeremy Jones in Australia last week.
9/11/20239 minutes, 27 seconds
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The News in Hebrew (10.9.23)

The latest news from Israel and news from around the world.
9/10/20239 minutes, 17 seconds
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Jewish People Need To Reclaim The Word 'Zionism'

Noa Tishby, an Israeli actress, writer, and advocate speaker, was the special guest of the annual JNF Gala event in Sydney and Melbourne. Noa says that Jewish people need to reclaim the word Zionism. Shane Desiatnik from the Australian Jewish news reports.
9/8/202312 minutes, 52 seconds
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Overcoming Postnatal Depressions With The Help of Spiritual Art

Zohar Edelshtein is a Jewelry designer, an Israeli migrant, living in the Blue Mountains who suffered from post-natal depression, after the birth of her children.
9/4/20239 minutes, 7 seconds
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Peta Jones Pellach With the Latest News From Israel

Peta Jones Pellach reports on losses and gains for Israeli foreign policy
9/4/20238 minutes, 57 seconds
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The News in Hebrew (3.9.23)

The latest news in Hebrew, as heard on the SBS Hebrew program
9/3/202310 minutes, 40 seconds
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Nicole Meyer With Mixed Feelings About Malka Leifer's Verdict

Last Thursday, County Court Judge Mark Gamble sentenced Leifer to 15 years imprisonment for 18 sexual offences – including six counts of rape – with a non-parole period of 11.5 years. The sentence takes into account time already spent in custody, meaning she could be released in 2029.
9/2/202313 minutes, 45 seconds
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SBS Jerusalem Report in English with Peta Jones Pellach 27.8.2023

SBS Jerusalem Report in English with Peta Jones Pellach 27.8.2023
8/27/20239 minutes, 16 seconds
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SBS Jerusalem Report in Hebrew with Prof Rafi Mann 27.8.2023

SBS Jerusalem Report in Hebrew with Prof Rafi Mann 27.8.2023
8/27/20239 minutes, 26 seconds
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Nitza Lowenstein Farewells SBS after 35.5 years of producing and broadcasting her radio shows

Nitza Lowenstein Farewells SBS after 35.5 years of producing and broadcasting her radio shows
8/25/20235 minutes, 15 seconds
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Ian Groden has a positive view on the Judicial reforms in Israel

Ian Groden has a positive view on the Judicial reforms in Israel
8/25/20237 minutes, 51 seconds
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Shane Desiatnik: Leifer was jailed for 15 years after been convicted of sexual abuse

Shane Desiatnik: Leifer was jailed for 15 years after been convicted of sexual abuse
8/25/202310 minutes, 34 seconds
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SBS News in Hebrew 20.8.2023

SBS News in Hebrew 20.8.2023
8/20/202313 minutes, 37 seconds
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Shane Desiatnik, the ECAJ is worried about Labor's Israel shift

Shane Desiatnik, the ECAJ is worried about Labor's Israel shift
8/19/202311 minutes, 25 seconds
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Yoni Strimber, about the incredible school, Boys Town, Jerusalem. Hebrew

Yoni Strimber, about the incredible school, Boys Town, Jerusalem. Hebrew
8/19/20239 minutes, 2 seconds
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Meet Zohar Edelshtein, a Jewellery designer, overcame her post-natal depression English

Meet Meet Zohar Edelshtein, a Jewellery designer, who overcame her post-natal depression. Interview in English
8/19/20239 minutes, 17 seconds
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After 50 years in Israel, AUS born Naftali Julian Moser, is worried about the country's future (English)

After 50 years in Israel, AUS born Naftali Julian Moser, is worried about the country's future (English)
8/19/20239 minutes, 13 seconds
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Peta Jones Pellach, with SBS Jerusalem report 20.8.2023

Peta Jones Pellach, with SBS Jerusalem report 20.8.2023
8/19/20239 minutes, 20 seconds
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Naftali Julian Moser, is Israel heading to a civil war? Interview in Hebrew

Naftali Julian Moser, is Israel heading to a civil war? Interview in Hebrew
8/19/202310 minutes, 42 seconds
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Pnina Gary - An Israeli Love Story

Actress, director, and artistic producer Pnina Gary, passed away at the age of 95.
8/15/202311 minutes, 51 seconds
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The State of Israel - An Optimist cum Pessimist perspective

Doron Cohen is the co-editor in chief of the daily Maariv newspaper, and held senior positions in most of the leading Israeli newspapers. Doron has also published a poetry book.
8/14/202316 minutes, 39 seconds
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Israel's Heatwave, Politics, and Diplomacy with Saudi Arabia

Prof. Rafi Mann reports from Israel, and this week he mentions the hot weather in Israel, some politics as usual, and some talks about a Saudi-Israel normalisation deal
8/14/20237 minutes, 41 seconds
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The Israeli Rescue Mission in Ethiopia

Peta Jones Pellach reports on an Israeli rescue mission in Ethiopia. Israel rescues some 200 citizens and Jews from Ethiopia conflict region
8/14/20239 minutes, 33 seconds
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The News in Hebrew (13.8.23)

The latest news in Hebrew, as heard on the SBS Hebrew program
8/13/20237 minutes, 54 seconds
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The Australian Government New Controversial Position on Israel and The Palestinian

Foreign Minister Penny Wong has assured the Jewish community that the federal Labor government “will not impose its view” of the final borders of Jerusalem, “which should be the result of peace negotiations”, after it hardened its policies on Israel this week.
8/11/202314 minutes, 10 seconds
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Security Officer Killed in a Shooting Attack in Tel Aviv

Peta Jones Pellach reports on the killing of a security officer and of a Palestinian in separate incidents.
8/7/20239 minutes, 19 seconds
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The Power of Music With Rodney Pollak

Rodney is a graduate of Yavneh college, is a registered music therapist, sound journey facilitator and a musician. Rodney works with a wide range of people in the contexts of mental health, paediatrics and adolescents, disability, and palliative care. Rodney tells us how music therapy supports clients, patients and their families, allowing them to express their emotions and find ways to improve their health and well-being.
8/6/202314 minutes, 46 seconds
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Lilo - Not Your Everyday Backpacker! (English Interview)

We talked to Lilo a few months ago, just after she arrived in Australia. We talked to her again now to hear about her somewhat unusual choice - living and working in small beach towns in Northern Queensland, far from the big cities.
8/6/202310 minutes, 59 seconds
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Lilo - Not Your Everyday Backpacker!

We talked to Lilo a few months ago, just after she arrived in Australia. We talked to her again now to hear about her somewhat unusual choice - living and working in small beach towns in Northern Queensland, far from the big cities.
8/6/202316 minutes, 27 seconds
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The News in Hebrew (6.8.23)

The latest news in Hebrew, as heard on the SBS Hebrew program.
8/6/20238 minutes, 4 seconds
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The Australian Jewish News

The Jewish Community Council of Victoria (JCCV) has condemned a neo-Nazi event held at a gym in Melbourne’s western suburbs on Saturday, and has assured the community it is working comprehensively to marginalise extremist hatred.
8/4/202313 minutes, 20 seconds
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Adam Mayer - A Digital Nomad, Exploring Nature, Cultures, and Technology

Adam is a young, self taught I.T and marketing expert from Israel. He travelled and worked in Costa Rica, Greece, Egypt, Thailand and now Laos
7/31/202315 minutes, 37 seconds
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Israeli Knesset Passes First Judicial Reform Bill into Law

Peta Jones Pellach reports on the passing of the first bill in the government's legislative overhaul.
7/31/20239 minutes, 8 seconds
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A week That Will Go Down in Israeli History Books

Prof. Rafi Mann with the latest news and current affairs from Israel.
7/31/20237 minutes, 2 seconds
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Australian Jewish Community Leaders React on Passing The Reasonableness Law

Gareth Narunsky with the latest news from this week's edition of the Australian Jewish News
7/31/202312 minutes, 23 seconds
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The News in Hebrew (30.7.23)

The latest news in Hebrew, as heard on the SBS Hebrew program
7/30/202310 minutes, 1 second
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Israel’s (un)Real Estates with Ben Lugashy

Ben Lugashy is a young real estate agent who lived and worked both in the USA and in Israel. Ben explains in simple words the cycles of real estate, how to tackle the buy or rent dilemma, some tips for choosing where to live, as well as the pros and cons of investing overseas.
7/26/202311 minutes, 10 seconds
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Democratic protests vs. Destructive Anarchy in Israel (2/2)

Rami Usha gives us a different perspective on the Israeli legal reforms. Rami argues that the reforms do not pose any risk to the democracy in Israel
7/24/202314 minutes, 35 seconds
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Democratic protests vs. Destructive Anarchy (1/2)

Rami Usha, a former senior journalist in Israel, gives us a different perspective on the Israeli legal reforms, and argues that the reforms do not pose any risk to the democracy in Israel.
7/24/202313 minutes, 18 seconds
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Tens of Thousands of Protesters Made Their Way to Jerusalem on Saturday

Peta Jones Pellach reports on massive demonstrations in Jerusalem and around the country. tens of thousands of protesters are making their way to Jerusalem, including from Tel Aviv, to protest against the judicial reform in front of the Knesset, where lawmakers are currently debating the final legislation against the use of the reasonableness standard. They are expected to vote in second and third reading on or around Monday.
7/24/20239 minutes, 23 seconds
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The Australian Jewish News

Jewish communal figure Andy Kuper was recently honoured with an invitation to meet King Charles and President Joe Biden at Windsor Castle, where he announced a $750 million investment plan to combat climate change.
7/23/202313 minutes, 23 seconds
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The News in Hebrew (23.7.23)

The latest news in Hebrew, as heard on the SBS Hebrew program
7/23/202310 minutes, 31 seconds
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A.I, Cyber Threats and Medical Charity with Shaul Levi

Shaul Levi is a senior tech executive, Entrepreneur, and investor with vast experience in leading startups and leadership in public companies.
7/18/202316 minutes, 19 seconds
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The Australian Jewish News With Shane Desiatnik

The latest stories from this week's edition of the Australian Jewish News (16.7.23)
7/17/202313 minutes, 57 seconds
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The Passing of Controversial Legislation in the Knesset, and The Ensuing Protests in Israel.

Peta Jones Pellach reports from Jerusalem on the passing of controversial legislation and the ensuing protests. More than 150,000 people were protesting in Tel Aviv during the weekend, with a total of 374,000 people in major cities all across Israel
7/17/20239 minutes, 11 seconds
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Government Votes Against The 'Reasonability' Legislation on First Call, Thousands Protest in The Streets

Prof. Rafi Mann reports on the latest news and current affairs from Israel
7/17/20238 minutes, 53 seconds
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The News in Hebrew (16.7.23)

The latest news in Hebrew, as heard on the SBS Hebrew program on SBS Radio.
7/16/20238 minutes, 50 seconds
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Michael Spiro - A Stroke Of Luck !

Michael had a massive stroke in April 2023, and recovered thanks to the instant SOS action of his wife Lynda, and then the fast and effective medical intervention.
7/11/20236 minutes, 46 seconds
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1.3 Million Small Steps For The Sake of Stroke Charity

Mark Spiro tells us about the inspiring journey of a father and son - Michael and Mark. After Michael's life-changing stroke, Mark set out on an extraordinary 1300-kilometer hike across Switzerland towards the Vatican.
7/11/202313 minutes, 42 seconds
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Gaby Vole is A Third Generation Player in the Israeli Philharmonic Orchestra

Gaby played the double bass for many years in the IPO. His father Leo also played the double bass in the IPO. Gaby’s founders of the IPO!
7/11/202313 minutes, 26 seconds
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The Pioneers of The Israeli Folk Songs

Udi Raveh is the son of Ilka and Aviva Raveh, famous Israeli singers who were the pioneers of some of the first Israeli folk songs, even before the establishment of the state of Israel.
7/10/202314 minutes, 30 seconds
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Operation 'Bayit Vagan': IDF finds Weapons Almost Every second House

Peta Jones Pellach reports on operation 'Bayit Vegan' in Jenin. The operation came as a response to the latest attacks carried out by terrorists from the Jenin refugee camp, in recent of month.
7/10/20239 minutes, 24 seconds
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The Australian Jewish News

Shane Desiatnik with the latest news from this week's edition of the Australian Jewish News
7/9/202315 minutes, 26 seconds
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Hebrew News 9.7.23

the latest news in Hebrew, as heard on the Hebrew program on SBS radio
7/9/20237 minutes, 39 seconds
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The Fiddler on the Roof is Back on Stage

Sarah Cossey-Glaubert, together with her husband Adrian Glaubert, are Co-Directing this classic story of Tevye the milkman and his family as they navigate life as a Jewish family in the Pale of Settlement at the turn of the 20th century.
7/3/20238 minutes, 27 seconds
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The Sound Of Cello, With Jorge Thaler

Jorge was born in Brazil, learnt to play the cello in his small town and later on in an Israeli conservatorium. He played the cello in the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra for many years and also taught music.
7/3/202317 minutes, 16 seconds
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The Israeli Philharmonic Orchestra Archives

Avivit Hochstadter is the head of digital archives in the Israeli Philharmonic Orchestra (IPO), as well as a professional singer.
7/3/202313 minutes, 51 seconds
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Sydney Hatzolah Saves a Passenger’ Life on a Flight to Johannesburg

Shane Desiatnik: "Mandy Litzman was on his way to the Hatzolah convention in South Africa when a middle-aged South African man suffered a severe medical episode and required urgent medical attention.
7/3/202312 minutes, 59 seconds
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Attempts to Curb Settler Violence in the West Bank

Peta Jones Pellach reports on attempts to curb settler violence and continued demonstrations against the government.
7/3/20239 minutes, 14 seconds
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Gavriel Volé - A Third Generation Player in The Israeli Philharmonic Orchestra!

Gaby played the double bass for many years in the IPO. His father Leo also played the double bass in the IPO. Gaby’s grandfather, Jakob Surowicz, was a violinist and one of the founders of the IPO!
7/3/202314 minutes, 14 seconds
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Weekly Rallies in Melbourne to Defence Israel's Democracy Continues

Nirit Eylon, an Israeli from Melbourne, is one of the organisers of a weekly Rally in Melbourne, to preserve Israel's democracy.
7/3/202311 minutes, 27 seconds
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The News in Hebrew (2.7.23)

The latest news in Hebrew, as heard on the SBS Hebrew program.
7/2/20238 minutes, 30 seconds
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Iris Kaufman - “A Taste of Salt”

Iris worked as a speech therapist for many years. After she had to stop working for health reasons she decided to become a full time writer. Her first book, The Taste of Salt, explores various existential themes via fiction that is partly based on her life experiences.
6/26/20239 minutes, 10 seconds
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Iris Kaufman - “A Taste of Salt”

Iris worked as a speech therapist for many years. After she had to stop working for health reasons she decided to become a full time writer. Her first book, The Taste of Salt, explores various existential themes via fiction that is partly based on her life experiences.
6/26/202312 minutes, 58 seconds
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A Deadly shooting Attack at a West Bank Gas Station Kills 4 Israelis

Two Palestinians opened fire at a gas station near the Israeli settlement of Ali, in the West Bank, killing four people and wounding several others before being shot dead.
6/26/20238 minutes, 57 seconds
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IDF Operates in The West Bank and Thwarts Shooting Attacks

Israeli defence forces raided on Jenin camp last week, fire exchange breaks out between the Israeli troops and Palestinian gunmen in the west bank. Professor Rafi Mann reports on the latest news and current affairs from Israel
6/26/20238 minutes, 8 seconds
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The News in Hebrew (25.6.23)

The latest news in Hebrew, as heard on the SBS Hebrew program
6/25/20238 minutes, 28 seconds
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Crossroads23: Surveying Australian Jews on Israel

The results from the Crossroad23 survey reveal that Australian Jews have still a strong connection to Israel.
6/24/202314 minutes, 46 seconds
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The Victorian Labor Conference Passed a Motion to “Move Immediately to Recognise Palestine”

The Zionist Federation of Australia expressed its deep disappointment in the resolution. Shane Desiatnik reports.
6/24/202313 minutes, 52 seconds
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Heading The Timeless Magic of Marc Chagall

Noè Harsel is the acting director & CEO at the Jewish Museum of Australia. Noè provides us more details about the Chagall exhibition, currently on display at the Jewish Museum of Australia (Melboure).
6/19/202312 minutes, 41 seconds
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Dr Rivka Abulafia-Lapid - Corona and Vaccines: Separating Myths From Facts

More than three years ago, the world was introduced to a new virus. What did science learn, what is mRNA, and how can we better understand and prepare for future pandemics. Dr Abulafia-Lapid explains.
6/19/202314 minutes, 47 seconds
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Iran's Nuclear Progress: Israel should Act Now Before it's Too Late

Michael Shamir was a major in the Israeli Air-Force during operation 'Opera' in 1981, a successful operation to destroy Iraq's nuclear reactor. Can it be done again, and if yes, when ?
6/19/202313 minutes, 3 seconds
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The Voice of the People (Kol Ha'am) conference to discuss Israel–Diaspora relations

As an initiative of President Isaac Herzog, the aim of Kol Ha’am is to create a “Jewish Davos” – a collaborative forum for Jewish representatives from around the world to engage in complex and sensitive discussions regarding the future of the Jewish people.
6/18/202314 minutes, 34 seconds
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43 Jewish Australians have been recognised for their contributions in this year’s King’s Birthday Honours

Shane Desiatnik from the Australian Jewish News tells us about the main stories from this week's edition of the Australian Jewish News
6/18/202314 minutes, 20 seconds
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Jerusalem Report: Peta Jones Pellach reports on Diplomacy, Politics, Crime and Sport.

Peta Jones Pellach with the latest news from Israel, in English
6/18/20239 minutes, 41 seconds
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The News in Hebrew (18.6.23)

The latest news in Hebrew, as heard on the SBS Hebrew program
6/18/20236 minutes, 22 seconds
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Risking Life To Save Life - The Israeli Flying Aid (English Interview)

Gal Lusky Founded Israeli Flying Aid several years ago. Israeli Flying Aid is a non-profit organisation, that delivers life-saving aid and relief to communities affected by natural disaster and human conflict. IFA’s missions are focused on countries that do not have diplomatic relations with Israel as well as when the regime itself caused the disaster and denies certain communities of much needed help.
6/13/202315 minutes, 36 seconds
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Risking Life To Save Life - The Israeli Flying Aid

Gal Lusky Founded Israeli Flying Aid several years ago. Israeli Flying Aid is a non-profit organisation, that delivers life-saving aid and relief to communities affected by natural disaster and human conflict. IFA’s missions are focused on countries that do not have diplomatic relations with Israel as well as when the regime itself caused the disaster and denies certain communities of much needed help.
6/12/202315 minutes, 21 seconds
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Languages, Culture and Identity challenges Faced by Australian Migrants

Neomy Storch was an associate professor of applied linguistics at the University of Melbourne, Australia.
6/12/202310 minutes, 59 seconds
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An Urgent Call for Actions Against the Violence in the Arab Community of Israel

Professor Rafi Mann reports on the latest news and current affairs from Israel.
6/12/20237 minutes
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The news in Hebrew (11.6.23)

The latest news in Hebrew, as heard on the SBS Hebrew program
6/11/20238 minutes, 28 seconds
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Crime and Violence Soars in Israel’s Arab Community

Peta Jones Pellach reports on the funerals of three soldiers killed last shabbat and the ongoing violence in the Arab community
6/11/20239 minutes, 8 seconds
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There is no place in Australia for symbols that glorify the horrors of the Holocaust

Shane Desiatnik with the Australian Jewish News. The federal government will introduce legislation next week criminalising public displays of key Nazi symbols and banning trade in memorabilia featuring them.
6/9/202313 minutes, 12 seconds
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A Miracle is Required (דרוש נס)

Tamara Avner is an established author, poet, translator and editor. We talk about her new book "A Miracle is Required"
6/5/202314 minutes, 39 seconds
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The King of Monarch (English interview)

This week, we decided to go and visit Gideon Markham, the owner of one of Melbourne's most iconic coffee shop
6/5/202315 minutes, 27 seconds
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The King of Monarch

This week, we decided to go and visit Gideon Markham, the owner of one of Melbourne's most iconic coffee shop
6/5/202313 minutes, 37 seconds
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Shane Desiatnik: "The Winners of the FinTech Award 2023 Announced"

Five companies with some Jewish people involved, are the big winners of this year's FinTech Australia Award. The impressive range of Jewish innovators are the driving forces behind companies, including 'Lumi', whose founder and CEO is Israeli native Yanir Yekutiel - The biggest winner of this night!
6/5/202312 minutes, 49 seconds
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Three Israeli soldiers killed by an Egyptian Policeman near Egyptian Border

Peta Jones Pellach reports on the latest events from Israel.
6/5/20239 minutes, 47 seconds
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The News in Hebrew (4.6.23)

The latest news in Hebrew, as heard on the SBS Hebrew program
6/4/20238 minutes
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What is the Reconciliation Week

Philippa Jacks is a social activist, and we discuss the reconciliation week and why it plays an important part in the Australian Society. it is a time for all Australians to learn about our shared histories, cultures, and achievements, and to explore how each of us can contribute to achieving reconciliation in Australia
6/4/20238 minutes, 26 seconds
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Prof Rafi Mann with the latest from Jerusalem in Hebrew 28.5.2023

Prof Rafi Mann with the latest from Jerusalem in Hebrew 28.5.2023
5/28/20238 minutes, 8 seconds
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SBS News In Hebrew 28.5.2023

SBS News In Hebrew 28.5.2023
5/28/202314 minutes, 3 seconds
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Peta Jones Pellach reports on the passing of the 2023 and 2024 budget

SBS Jerusalem report: Peta Jones Pellach reports on the passing of the 2023-24 budget.
5/28/20239 minutes, 24 seconds
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Achi Kushnir gave up his successful career at 40 to pursue his vision (Hebrew)

Achi Kushnir gave up his successful career at 40 to pursue his vision ( interview is in Hebrew)
5/25/20239 minutes, 34 seconds
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Stories from the Violins of Hope, with Director Moira Blumenthal

"Stories from the Violins of Hope" is a new stage play which brings to life the powerful true stories of violins played during the Holocaust, in ghettos, forests and concentration camps. The moving and pertinent true stories track the many violins which were saved during and after World War II by the Weinsteins, a family of luthiers (makers and repairers of stringed instruments) Sydney violinist Ben Adler will perform the voice of the violins live on stage.(See photo) We spoke to the Director of the play, Moira Blumenthal
5/25/20237 minutes, 41 seconds
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So that Happened...the hilarious book of leaving childhood behind, by Tami Sussman

So that Happened...the hilarious book of leaving childhood behind, by Tami Sussman.
5/25/20238 minutes, 2 seconds
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The world's oldest copy of the Bible sold for 38.1 million USD, with Shane Desiatnik

SBS Jewish report: The world's oldest copy of the Bible sold for 38.1 million USD, with Shane Desiatnik and more news
5/25/202311 minutes, 30 seconds
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What is Shavuot? Meaning, traditions & importance in English

Next Thursday evening 25th May is Erev Shavuot. The holiday celebrates the giving of the Torah on Mount Sinai as well as the grain harvest for the summer. In biblical times, Shavuot was one of three pilgrimage festivals in which all the Jewish men would go to Jerusalem and bring their first fruits as offerings to God. The day is traditionally celebrated by studying Torah all night (or late into the night), eating dairy products, attending synagogue, reading the Book of Ruth, and abstaining from work.
5/21/20238 minutes, 25 seconds
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The Shavuot Festival, Meaning & Importance in Hebrew

The Shavuot Festival, Meaning & Importance in Hebrew
5/21/20234 minutes, 52 seconds
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SBS News in Hebrew 21.5.2023

SBS News in Hebrew 21.5.2023
5/21/202316 minutes, 56 seconds
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Peta Jones Pellach reports on Jerusalem Day celebrations and controversy over the budget

SBS Jerusalem report in English: Peta Jones Pellach reports on Jerusalem Day celebrations and controversy over the budget.
5/21/20239 minutes, 31 seconds
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After escaping a Kabballah Cult, Prof Debbie Haski-Leventhal “Makes it Meaningful”

Prof Debbie Haski-Leventhal Makes it Meaningful, after escaping Kabballah cult, This interview is in English
5/18/202312 minutes, 2 seconds
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Former Moriah teacher jailed. Shane Desiatnik SBS Jewish report

Former Moriah teacher jailed and more news with AJN journalist Shane Desiatnik, SBS Jewish report
5/18/202311 minutes, 1 second
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Prof Debbie Haski-Leventhal escaped Kabballah cult to teach meaningful life, Hebrew

Prof Debbie Haski-Leventhal escaped Kabballah cult to teach meaningful life, Hebrew
5/18/202311 minutes, 55 seconds
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From The Past to The Future - Speaking to Uzi Dayan

Dayan: "I see a very bright future for Israel, by 2048 Israel will have more Jews then anywhere in the world"
5/16/202316 minutes, 23 seconds
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Toorak Hebrew Congregation to Host A Once Off Concert in May

Vladimir Fanshil tells us about his upcoming concert in Toorak Synagogue, with two of Australia's most sought after artists, Umberto Clerici and Konstantin Shamray
5/15/20238 minutes, 42 seconds
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Operation Shield and Arrow is Over, with a Ceasefire Between Israel and The Islamic Jihad

Professor Rafi Mann, on the latest updates and current affairs from Israel
5/15/20236 minutes, 34 seconds
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Shane Desiatnik: "Julia Gutman is the youngest winner of the Archibald prize"

Shane Desiatnik with the latest Australian Jewish News
5/15/202314 minutes, 10 seconds
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The Art of Dying

“To every thing there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven: a time to be born, and a time to die” (Ecclesiastes 3:1-2)
5/14/202314 minutes, 17 seconds
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Operation "Shield and Arrow" and a possible ceasefire from Saturday night

Peta Jones Pellach reports on the latest news from Israel
5/14/20239 minutes, 8 seconds
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The News in Hebrew (14.5.23)

The the latest news, as heard on the Hebrew program
5/14/20238 minutes, 57 seconds
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Special Event: Screening of the movie "49172"

Dr. Mario Bojilov is the President of the Bulgarian Association in Queensland. As part of their activities, they are running an event on May 14th in Brisbane. The event is a free screening of a documentary about saving the Jewish people in Bulgaria during World War II
5/12/20235 minutes, 52 seconds
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Explaining The Coronation of King Charles III

David Semple works in a Kosher hotel in Golders Green London and tells us about the Coronation of the King and the significance of the royalty in the United Kingdom.
5/8/20238 minutes, 28 seconds
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"Dubai, My Love" (Interview in English)

Yaoz Sever is an Israeli Businessman who fell in love with Dubai. He runs a successful business which connects Israeli companies with local Emirates.
5/8/202314 minutes, 15 seconds
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"Dubai, My Love"

Yaoz Sever is an Israeli Businessman who fell in love with Dubai. He runs a successful business which connects Israeli companies with local Emirates.
5/8/202316 minutes, 21 seconds
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Tamara Lilach Mezuman has The Power of Words

Tamara is a writer and a Bibliotherapist, she tells us what it is like to grow up in a family where her father suffers PTSD since the Yom Kippur War. Tamara also explains how she healed herself by using words and imaginations.
5/7/202313 minutes, 21 seconds
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The Australian Jewish News

Shane Desiatnik with the main stories from the Australian Jewish News. Main headlines include the Coronation of King Charles III, some more antisemitic incidents across Australia, and Nitza's Lowenstein 35th anniversary at SBS Radio
5/7/202314 minutes, 2 seconds
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Peta Jones Pellach Reports on The Latest Attacks From Gaza

Peta Jones Pellach reports on the latest attacks from Gaza and continuing demonstrations against the government
5/7/20239 minutes, 18 seconds
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The Significance of Lag Ba'Omer

Arie Rokach is a mathematics lecturer as well as a biblical scholar. Arie clearly explains the various sources and meanings of Lag Ba'Ome.
5/7/20239 minutes, 58 seconds
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The News in Hebrew (7.5.23)

The latest news in Hebrew, as heard on the SBS program
5/7/20237 minutes, 41 seconds
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SBS News in Hebrew 30.4.2023

SBS News in Hebrew 30.4.2023
4/30/202315 minutes, 43 seconds
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Israel turns 75 with celebrations and anti Judicial reform protests, Peta Jones Pellach in English

Israel turns 75 with celebrations and anti Judicial reform protests, Peta Jones Pellach in English, and more news of the week...
4/30/20239 minutes, 45 seconds
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Israel turns 75 amid deep divide. Prof Rafi Mann in Hebrew

Israel turns 75 amid deep divide. Prof Rafi Mann in Hebrew with more new of the week
4/30/20239 minutes, 9 seconds
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Gil Troy, Achievements & Challenges of Israel at 75, interview in English

Gil Troy, Achievements & Challenges of Israel at 75, interview in English
4/27/20239 minutes, 27 seconds
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Australian Jewish community celebrates Israel's 75th, Shane Desiatnik

Australian Jewish community celebrates Israel's 75th, Shane Desiatnik
4/27/202310 minutes, 46 seconds
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A tribute to Yehonatan Geffen (Hebrew)

A tribute to Yehonatan Geffen (Hebrew)
4/23/20237 minutes, 26 seconds
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SBS News in Hebrew 23.4.2023

SBS News in Hebrew 23.4.2023
4/23/202316 minutes, 34 seconds
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Peta Jones Pellach reports on Yom HaShoah and Warsaw Ghetto uprising commemorations and more news

Peta Jones Pellach reports on Yom Hashoah and Warsaw Ghetto Uprising commemorations...SBS Jerusalem report in English
4/23/20239 minutes, 39 seconds
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Gil Troy, Historian & Jerusalem Post journalist is celebrating Israel's 75th, Hebrew

Gil Troy, Historian & Jerusalem Post journalist is celebrating Israel's 75th Yom Ha'atzmaut, Hebrew
4/20/20237 minutes, 18 seconds
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Dr Ron Weiser AM is celebrating Israel’s 75th reflecting on achievements and challenges

Dr Ron Weiser AM Israel’s achievements & challenges celebrating 75 years of Independence
4/20/202311 minutes, 6 seconds
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Shane Desiatnik, Israeli flag will fly over Randwick Town Hall on Yom Ha'atzmaut

Shane Desiatnik, Israeli flag will fly over Randwick Town Hall on Yom Ha'atzmaut and more news from the Australian Jewish community
4/20/202310 minutes, 10 seconds
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A tribute to acclaimed Israeli Novaelist Meir Shalev who died at 74

Israeli literary giant Meir Shalev died, last week. He was 74. The author, known for a whole host of Israeli classics that defined many in his generation, had been battling cancer for many years. His books, including "Roman Rusi – A Russian Novel" and "A Pigeon and a Boy: A Novel" – won him international acclaim. Many of his works were also translated and adapted for theater and cinema, totaling more than 20 languages. President Isaac Herzog eulogized the acclaimed author, writing on Twitter: "So sad that we will no longer feel the anticipation for another book by Meir Shalev that would come out and transform our reality and make our lives that much richer and wholesome. So sad that we won't be able to celebrate our 75th Independence Day with him, as a member of the generation that was born with Israel's founding. A special tribute to Meir Shalev
4/20/202310 minutes, 10 seconds
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מהו חג הראמאדן וחג ה"עיד" וכיצד הם נחגגים באוסטרליה ?

האם אי פעם תהיתם מה המשמעות של הרמדאן והעיד בתרבות האסלאמית? ובכלל, כמה חשובות החגיגות הללו לעמיתיך המוסלמים, לחברים או לשכנים שלך?
4/17/20238 minutes, 55 seconds
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Peta Jones Pellach, Mom of sisters slain in terror shooting laid to rest

SBS Jerusalem report with Peta Jones Pellach, Mom of sisters slain in terror shooting laid to rest and more news in English
4/16/20239 minutes, 25 seconds
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Netanyahu, Herzog urge Moody's not to lower Israel's credit rating, Rafi Mann

Netanyahu, Herzog urge Moody's not to lower Israel's credit rating, with Prof Rafi Mann, in Hebrew
4/16/20237 minutes, 50 seconds
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SBS news in Hebrew 16.4.2023

SBS news in Hebrew 16.4.2023
4/16/202314 minutes, 57 seconds
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Ella Dreyfus uncovers her German Jewish family history that perished with Dreyfus Drei

Our guest is Ella Dreyfus, a contemporary visual artist and academic at the national Art school in Sydney. Ella’s father is a Holocaust survivor from Germany. "Dreyfus Drei" is a short documentary that Ella Dreyfus filmed after extensive research about her family, identity
4/15/202312 minutes, 1 second
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Liberal MP Julian Leeser quits "Frontbench" to campaign for Voice, and more news

Liberal MP Julian Leeser quits "Frontbench" to campaign for Voice, and more news, with Shane Desiatnik, AJN
4/15/202310 minutes, 26 seconds
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Shmuel Rosenman, former international chairman of March of the Living

Shmuel Rosenman, is the former international chairman of Mitzad Hachayim, March of the Living the Israeli youth trips to Poland for Holocaust education. A special interview in Hebrew for Yom Ha-Shoa
4/15/202310 minutes, 6 seconds
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Keren Alefans: "Roman Zdorov Did Not Murder Tair Rada. Full Stop"

Keren Alefans is a clinical criminologist. Keren has been independently researching the legal saga and huge body of evidence that stemmed from the horrific murder of school girl Tair Rada in 2006. Keren argued that Roman Zdorov was innocent and that the police and Attorney General had committed numerous mistakes long before Zdorov was indeed acquitted by the Israeli courts. The wider implication is that the police and the legal system ought to be very wary of foregone conclusions.
4/10/202315 minutes, 21 seconds
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The Passover Kushiot (Questions)

We speak to Arie Rokach about the fascinating, multi-dimentional, meaning of Pesach. In particular, we would like to find out why we ask such difficult Kushiot on the Eve of Peasch
4/10/202314 minutes, 40 seconds
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A weekend of Protests, Rockets from Syria and Lebanon, and Terror Attacks

IDF says that two of the rockets landed within Syrian territory and one landed within the Golan Heights causing no damage or injury
4/10/20239 minutes, 11 seconds
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Shane Desiatnik: "Malka Leifer has been found guilty on six charges"

Shane Desiatnik says the jury delivered its verdicts in her landmark seven-week trial last week
4/9/202315 minutes, 39 seconds
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The News in Hebrew (9.4.23)

The latest news in Hebrew, as heard on the SBS Hebrew program.
4/9/202311 minutes, 18 seconds
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What are Some of The Spiritual Meanings of Passover

Sharon Tal is a soul Healer, and we hear what could be some of the spiritual meanings of Passover
4/9/20238 minutes, 52 seconds
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SBS News in Hebrew 2.4.2023

SBS News in Hebrew 2.4.2023
4/2/202318 minutes, 3 seconds
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Rafi Mann, The Judicial crisis in also a battle for Israel's identity (Hebrew)

SBS Jerusalem report in Hebrew. Rafi Mann, The Judicial crisis in also a battle for Israel's identity (Hebrew)
4/2/20237 minutes, 59 seconds
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Israel PM delays Judicial overhaul after protests SBS Jerusalem report with Peta Jones Pellach

SBS Jeruslem report in English, Peta Jones Pellach reports on Prime Minister Netanyahu's decision to temporarily delay contentious legislation to allow time for dialogue.
4/2/20239 minutes, 59 seconds
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What is Passover? Insight into the Seder rituals, food, songs, Haggadah, with Nitza Lowenstein (English)

Everything you wanted to know about Pesach...What is Passover? Insight into the Seder rituals, food, songs, Haggadah etc., , with Nitza Lowenstein (English)
3/30/202310 minutes, 31 seconds
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Dane Stern, Shoah remembrance with Thomas Keneally

Dane Stern, chair of the Shoah remembrance committee, NSW Jewish Board of Deputies organized the commemorations, With guest speaker Thomas Keneally
3/30/202310 minutes, 36 seconds
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Jury faces deadlock in the Malka Leifer trial, Shane Desiatnid and more news

SBS Australian Jewish community report with Shane Desiatnik from the AJN: "Jury faces deadlock in the Malka Leifer trial, and more news
3/30/202310 minutes, 9 seconds
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SBS News in Hebrew 26.3.2023

SBS News in Hebrew 26.3.2023
3/26/202314 minutes, 13 seconds
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Peta Jones Pellach reports on Defense Minister Gallant's call for the Gov.t to halt its legislative blitz

SBS Jerusalem report in English: Peta Jones Pellach reports on Defense Minister Gallant's call for the Gov.t to halt its legislative blitz, and more news
3/25/20238 minutes, 49 seconds
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I am a proud Israeli Arab wanting to keep Israel’s identity as a Jewish, democratic state”, Yoseph Haddad

Yoseph Haddad, Israeli-Arab, a fierce defender of Israel. Born in Haifa and grew up in Nazareth, he is working to bridge the gaps between Arabs and Jews in Israeli society. (Interview in English)
3/22/202312 minutes, 59 seconds
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AB Yehoshua, award winning writer, in SBS 1996 Interview with Nitza Lowenstein

AB Yehoshua, award winning writer, in SBS 1996 iconic Interview with Nitza Lowenstein in Hebrew
3/22/202322 minutes, 31 seconds
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History making, 18-year-old Harry Sheezel, first Jewish AFL star

Shane Desiatnik: "History making, 18-year-old Harry Sheezel, first Jewish AFL star" and more news
3/22/202310 minutes, 38 seconds
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What are Ramadan and Eid and how are they celebrated in Australia?

Have you ever wondered about the significance of Ramadan and Eid in Islamic culture? And, how important are these celebrations to your Muslim colleagues, friends, or neighbours?
3/22/202315 minutes, 46 seconds
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What are Ramadan and Eid and how are they celebrated in Australia?

Have you ever wondered about the significance of Ramadan and Eid in Islamic culture? And, how important are these celebrations to your Muslim colleagues, friends, or neighbours?
3/22/202310 minutes, 35 seconds
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SBS News in Hebrew 19 March, 2023

SBS News in Hebrew 19 March, 2023
3/19/202316 minutes, 13 seconds
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Protests resume in Israel after Netanyahu rejects compromise, Rafi Mann Hebrew

Protests resume in Israel after Netanyahu rejects compromise, Rafi Mann Hebrew
3/19/20238 minutes, 24 seconds
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SBS Anti-judicial protests continue in Israel, the Jerusalem report in English with Peta Jones Pellach

Peta Jones Pellach:Anti-judicial protests continue in Israel, SBS Jerusalem report in English
3/19/20239 minutes, 5 seconds
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To Life! with Chaim Topol, Fiddler on the Roof, SBS 2005 interview in English

To Life! with Chaim Topol, Fiddler on the Roof. SBS 2005 interview in English, with Nitza Lowenstein. A special tribute to Chaim Topol who died on 8 March 2023 at 87
3/16/20238 minutes
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Tradition, tradition! Chaim Topol, Fiddler on the Roof SBS 2005 interview in Hebrew

Chaim Topol, Fiddler on the Roof SBS 2005 interview in Hebrew, with Nitza Lowenstein. A special tribute to Chaim Topol who died on 8 March 2023 at 87
3/16/20239 minutes, 53 seconds
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El Al, direct flights Tel Aviv to Melbourne & Judge hears final arguments on Leifer

Shane Desiatnik, senior journalist at AJN reports: El Al, will start direct flights Tel Aviv to Melbourne & Judge hears final arguments on Maka Leifer
3/16/20239 minutes, 1 second
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SBS News in Hebrew 12.3.2023

SBS News in Hebrew 12.3.2023
3/12/202317 minutes, 53 seconds
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Peta Jones Pellach reports on Dizengoff St attack & huge protests against the government's judicial overhaul

Peta Jones Pellach, SBS Jerusalem correspondent reports on Dizengoff St attack & huge protests against the government's judicial overhaul and more news from Isreal
3/12/20238 minutes, 40 seconds
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Pauline Hanson in 1997 SBS interview with Nitza Lowenstein

Pauline Hanson in 1997 SBS interview with Nitza Lowenstein