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מצב העם היהודי- הערכה שנתית 2014-2015

  1. For a detailed history of Australian Jewry, see Suzanne D. Rutland, Edge of the Diaspora: Two Centuries of Jewish Settlement in Australia (New York: Holmes and Meier, 2001).
  2. Rutland, Suzanne D and Encel, Sol, “No Room in the Inn: American responses to Australian immigration policies, 1946-1954”, Patterns of Prejudice, 43, 5 (2009): 497-518.
  3. Geoffrey Brahm Levey, “The Political Theories of Australian Multiculturalism,” UNSW Law Journal 24, no 3 (2001): 872.
  4. Rutland, Suzanne and Encel, Sol, ‘Australian Multiculturalism: Immigration, Race, and Religion, Wistrich, Robert S. (ed), Anti-Semitism International 5-6 – Special Issue An Annual Research Journal, Jerusalem, Vidal Sassoon International Center for the Study of Antismitism (2010): 68-86.
  5. Janis Wilton and Richard Bosworth, Old Worlds and New Australia: The Post War Migrant Experience (Melbourne: Penguin Australia, 1984): 34.
  6. Andrew Markus, “Multiculturalism and the Jews,” in New Under the Sun, edited by Nathan Wolski (Melbourne: Black Inc, 2006): 94–95.
  7. Written communication from Walter M. Lippmann, Melbourne, July 1987.
  8. Australian Government, Department of Immigration and Multicultural Affairs, “Australian Multicultural Policy,” /multicultural/ australian/index.htm.
  9. Suzanne Rutland with Sophie Caplan, With One Voice: the History of the New South Wales Jewish Board of Deputies (Sydney: Australian Jewish Historical Society, 1998): 177–79.
  10. Geoffrey Brahm Levey, “Jews and Australian Multiculturalism” in Jews and Australian Politics, edited by Geoffrey Brahm Levey and Philip Mendes (UK: Sussex Academic Press, 2004): 193.
  11. Markus, “Multiculturalism and the Jews,” 99.
  12. David Graham, The Jewish Population of Australia: Key Findings from the 2011 Census (Melbourne: Monash Univerity, 2014).
  13. Ibid., 14, 15, 17.
  14. Julie Nathan, Report on Anti-Semitism in Australia, 2014 (Sydney: Executive Council of Australian Jewry, 2014), 8.
  15. Jessica Taft and Andrew Markus, Anti-Semitism, GEN08, Report NO 4 (Melbourne: Moansh Unversity, 2011), 3.
  16. Ibid.
  17. Zehavit Gross and Suzanne D. Rutland, “Combatting Anti-Semitism in the School Playground: An Australian Case Study”, Patterns of Prejudice (London: Taylor & Francis Online, 2014): 1-22.
  18. Toby Mann, “Alleged anti-Semitic abusers drunk: cops”, Sydney Morning Herald, August 7, 2014,, accessed August 7, 2014.
  19. Lisa Robinson, “Racist attack on bus: offender’s Youth Justice Conference”, Sydney Morning Herald, December 14, 2014,, accessed 14 December 2014.
  20. Suzanne D. Rutland, “Creating effective Holocaust education programmes for government schools with large Muslim populations in Sydney”, in Zehavit Gross and E. Doyle Stevick, eds, “Policies and Practices of Holocaust Education: International Perspectives”, 1, PROSPECTS: Quarterly Review of Comparative Education, 40, 1 (2010): 75-91.
  21. John Brogden, Legislative Assembly Hansard & Papers, 24 Feb. 2004,, accessed 17 May 2006.
  22. A detailed history of the Zionist Federation was published to mark its seventieth anniversary in 1997. See Bernard Hyams, The History of the Australian Zionist Movement (South Caulfield, Melbourne: Zionist Federation of Australia, 1998).
  23. Danny Ben-Moshe, “The End of Unconditional Love: The Future of Zionism in Australia”, in Michael Fagenblat, Melanie Landau and Nathan Wolski, eds, New Under the Sun: Jewish Australians on Religion Politics and Culture (Melbourne: Black Inc, 2006), and Zehavit Gross and Suzanne D. Rutland, “Intergenerational Challenges in Australian Jewish School Education”, Religious Education: The Official Journal of the Religious Education Association 109, 2 (2014): 152-154 and Andrew Markus, Jewish continuity (Melbourne: Monash University Press, 2011), 9.
  24. Suzanne D. Rutland, “Reflections on ‘Culture Mavens’ from an Australian Jewish Perspective,” ed. Simon J. Bronner, Jews at Home: The Domestication of Identity, Jewish Cultural Studies, 2, (Oxford, Portland, Oregon: The Littman Library of Jewish Civilization, 2010): 309-10.
  25. David Graham, The Jewish Population of Australia: Key findings from the 2011 Census (Melbourne: Monash University Press, 2014): 31.
  26. Paul Forgasz, and Miriam Munz, “Jewel in the Crown in Australia”, in International handbook of Jewish education, II, edited by Helena Miller, Lisa D. Grant and Alex Pomson, (New York: Springer, 2012), 1131-33.
  27. John Baker, “The falling crown? The future of Jewish day schools in Australia”, in M. Fagenblat, M. Landau, and N. Wolski, eds., New under the sun: Jewish Australian on religion, politics & culture, (Melbourne: Black Inc, 2006) and Rutland, “Reflections”, 308–309.
  28. J. Berman, Holocaust remembrance in Australian Jewish communities, 1945–2000 (Perth: University of Western Australia Press, 2001), 6–8.
  29. Zehavit Gross and Suzanne D. Rutland, “Intergenerational Challenges”, 143-161.
  30. David Graham, Education: A Statistical Analysis, GEN08, Report NO 5 (Melbourne: Monash University, 2012), 4,, accessed 23 February 2015.
  31. See, accessed on 4 February 2015.
  32., accessed on 4 February 2015.
  33. Andrew Markus, Jewish Continuity (Melbourne: Monash Centre for Jewish Civilisation, 2011).
  34. Ibid., p.2.
  35. Ibid., p.8.