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Leila Khaled was one of the hijackers of a TWA flight from Rome to Tel Aviv in 1969.
Teenager will receive award for her ‘bravery and resistance’
Matza, Maror, charoset, kneidlach, tzimmis and lots of red wine flowed as members of the government, political parties, the diplomatic community and media joined with the SA Jewish Board of Deputies.
By ILANIT CHERNICK
Earlier this month, International Relations Minister Lindiwe Sisulu’s announced that South Africa’s Embassy in Tel Aviv had been downgraded and that the ambassador to Israel would not be replaced
The comments come after the SAJBD responded to International Relations Lindiwe Sisulu's announcement that the country's Embassy in Tel Aviv was downgraded and that its ambassador will not replaced.
On Wednesday, the South African Jewish Board of Deputies (SAJBD) and South African Zionist Federation (SAZF) slammed the UCT Senate resolution.
The South African Jewish Board of Deputies said it believes that the downgrading of South Africa’s Embassy in Israel will "do nothing to further peace efforts in the region."
Around 1,100 people in Cape Town and more than 4,000 people in Johannesburg – “Jews of every persuasion, observant and not, young and old,” came out to hear an “eclectic assortment of speakers.”
Event took place on December 23 on the Mount Scopus campus.
By DENNIS ZINN
“Taking a knee,” meaning to kneel on one knee during the playing of the national anthem, was adopted in 2016 by NFL football star Colin Kaepernick in protest against police brutality.
By JEREMY SHARON
“You [Israel] are loved in South Africa. Those who have told you South Africa is against you, they are wrong. There are millions of South Africans who love you. Those who hate you are a minority."
White people should be 'hacked and killed like Jews'
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