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Sefi Shalam, Progressive community and Netzer Shaliach VIC, co-produced and spoke last week on a Yom Hazikaron and Yom Ha'atzmaut edition of The Israel Connexion on J-Air Radio. Orit Elkayam-Cohen (Jewish Agency Representative to Australia) and Motti Goodman (Bnei Akiva Shaliach) joined Sefi to share their personal reflections, as well as insights on the recent anti-Semitic resolution by the Melbourne Uni Student Union. CLICK HERE to listen to the recording.
ARZA and the UPJ condemn unequivocally the student union of Melbourne University for outrageously supporting the anti-Jewish and anti-israel BDS movement and for demanding an academic boycott. The Zionist voice of Progressive Judaism (ARZA) and the Union for Progressive Judaism representing Progressive congregations and schools, Australasia wide, condemn unequivocally the student union of Melbourne University for outrageously supporting the anti-Jewish and anti-Israel BDS movement and for demanding an academic boycott.
The World Union for Progressive Judaism announced on 17 March that nearly $1.5 million in donations have been raised for its Ukraine Crisis Fund, established to address the humanitarian crisis in Ukraine and to support refugees fleeing the country. “This is a tremendous outpouring of support from within and beyond WUPJ’s global network of communities,” said Rabbi Sergio Bergman, WUPJ President. “It reflects a historic mobilisation and response to intense human need, dislocation and trauma within Ukraine and neighboring countries welcoming refugees. We are compelled to sustain life and community in the short and long term — and collectively, we will.”
The UPJ was very fortunate to have as its distinguished guest speaker Rabbi Sergio Bergman, president of the World Union for Progressive Judaism, during the first two weeks of March. Rabbi Bergman was interviewed by Andrew West's The Religion and Ethics Report. CLICK HERE to listen to the interview.
UPJ Co-President David Knoll writes: Let’s not kid ourselves. Not for the first time, Amnesty International has attacked the Jewish state in a way it attacks no other. Not for the first time, Amnesty has taken the position that all peoples, but not the Jewish people, are entitled to the right of self-determination. The question is not whether Amnesty International's report is Antisemitic. The question is why is Amnesty is so hell bent on being Antisemitic?