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Community safety or grubby politics?

Duty abandoned and priorities betrayed where censorship rules

27 April 2024

9:00 AM

27 April 2024

9:00 AM

The highest duty of a government is the safety of its citizens and the current Labor government has betrayed this duty. It has other priorities such as vote harvesting and ideological pursuits. Just look at the two shocking and disturbing stabbing incidents in Sydney.

With the dramatic rise of antisemitism since 7 October the Jewish community is rightly feeling particularly sensitive to issues of security.

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Dr David Adler is President of the Australian Jewish Association

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