AIJAC sends condolences to Tim Fischer’s family

August 27, 2019 by J-Wire Newsdesk
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The Australia/Israel & Jewish Affairs Council (AIJAC) has written to the family of the late deputy Prime Minister and National Party leader Tim Fischer expressing condolences on his passing and our “deepest and heartfelt sympathy” to Judy Fischer and their two sons.

Tim Fischer

AIJAC also expressed its appreciation for Fischer’s “stellar contribution” during his political life to Australia, and in particular, the “courageous role he played in ushering in Australia’s gun control laws”; the “campaign he determinedly waged to posthumously promote Sir John Monash to the rank of Field Marshall”; and his efforts  “to combat the rise of extremist organisations in Australia and in promoting inter-religious co-operation here and internationally.”

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  1. Adrian Jackson says:

    Tim Fischer (Lt, Retired) cause of death was likely caused by being sprayed with “Agent Orange” in South Vietnam by the idiot Americans.

    Last week the PM’s of Australian and Vietnam met in Hanoi and are “best mates” according to our PM. I wonder what the families of the 500 + ADF personal KIA would think of that and the action of the government in the 1960/early 1970’s.

    Never blindly follow the USA into war.

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