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The Abbott government has previously announced a draft of its proposed legislation on March 25 to replace racial discrimination laws which have been in place for nearly two decades and used by the Executive Council of Australian Jewry.
The Executive Council of Australian Jewry (ECAJ) was concerned to retain its long-time policy of non-partisanship in party politics, and believed that any public activity during the election period could be construed as aligning the Jewish community with the Labor Party.
Executive Council of Australian Jewry executive director Peter Wertheim said he wished such moves weren't necessary.
Australia is a welcoming place but the assault on a Jewish family in Bondi reminds us that hatred and prejudice still exist and must be tackled," said Peter Wertheim, executive director at the Executive Council of Australian Jewry.
The two persons most involved in this campaign were Leslie Caplan as President of the Executive Council of Australian Jewry and Mark Aarons, then an ABC Radio investigative journalist who uncovered the stories of these characters.
In September 1970 an Executive Council of Australian Jewry (ECAJ) delegation went to Canberra to press the cause of Soviet Jewry.