Rivlin to visit Australia

February 18, 2016 by Henry Benjamin
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The Jerusalem Post has reported that Israel’s president Reuven Rivlin will visit Australia next month.

President Reuven Rivlin Photo: Henry BEnjamin

President Reuven Rivlin Photo: Henry Benjamin

The paper reported that President Rivlin will make a state visit to Australia following a visit to Hong Kong.

According to the Jerusalem Post President Rivlin will meet Governor-General Sir Peter Cosgrove, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and other political figures.

President Rivlin will leave Israel on March 13 returning on March  22.

J-Wire understands he will spend Shabbat in Sydney before flying home.

The Israeli Embassy in Canberra declined to comment.

A spokesman in the president’s media office told J-Wire: “We issued an advisory for journalists who may wish to travel with the delegation.”



One Response to “Rivlin to visit Australia”
  1. Gil Solomon says:

    It is amazing that while most people living in the Western world are opposed to any type of Sharia Court system on their soil, President Reuven Rivlin and Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked recently entertained the newly elected judges of the Sharia Courts in Israel.
    Sharia Courts in Israel you say!
    Whoever heard of this?

    The link below is from the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
    So while the Muslim world in general despises Jews and agitates that they be killed and while Muslims are killing Jews in Israel at every opportunity in the name of Islam, the smiling Rivlin welcomes Muslim Sharia Court judges! What if decisions handed down by the Sharia Court differ markedly with the standards of the Israeli judicial system?

    To those with the knee jerk reflex motion to defend every Israeli decision no matter what, ask yourselves – would you want a Sharia Court in your street? The hell you would.


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