Report back: Journalist’s Mission to Israel

Report back

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A public meeting will be held in The Saunders Hall, Central  Synagogue, next Wednesday December 4 at 7.30pm.

The journalists who participated in the NSW Jewish Board of Deputies’  recent Journalists Mission to Israel will address a public meeting.

The journalists – from the Sydney Morning Herald, Sky News Business,  SBS Television World News and Channel Ten News – participated in an intensive week-long study mission.

While in Israel amongst other places they visited the Lebanese border, the Gazan border,  West Bank settlements, the Australian Light Horse memorial in Beersheva and a Palestinian refugee camp and were briefed by a range of top-level experts across a broad range of areas and disciplines.

They spent time at such iconic addresses as Yad Vashem, the Church of the Holy Sepulchre and Masada, among a range of other activities.

The Board of Deputies Journalists Mission is supported by the JCA – Joint Communal Appeal Haberman Kulawicz Wolanski Fund  in conjunction with AIJAC.

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