Dan Goldberg (Haaretz)


Australian Police Close In on Suspects in 1982 Hakoah Club Terror Bombing

By Dan Goldberg (Haaretz)

Australian Police Close In on Suspects in 1982 Hakoah Club Terror Bombing
Three decades after twin bombings rocked the Israeli Consulate and a Jewish social club in Sydney, Australian detectives believe they are closing in on the suspected perpetrators of the attacks that took place just two days before Christmas in 1982.Read More


Australia Jews Swing to Right as Election Nears

By Dan Goldberg (Haaretz)

Australia Jews Swing to Right as Election Nears
Jewish community leaders in Australia have virtually abandoned support for the governing Labor Party, with most privately hoping the conservative Liberal Party wins the federal election next weekend.Read More


Survivors Seethe at 'Disgraceful' Embrace for Maccabiah Disaster Officials

By Dan Goldberg (Haaretz)

Survivors Seethe at 'Disgraceful' Embrace for Maccabiah Disaster Officials
Sixteen years after the darkest chapter in Maccabiah history, some of the survivors of the 1997 bridge disaster are seething that officials found criminally responsible for the deaths of four Australians still continue to operate inside the Maccabi movement.Read More






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