To quote J-Wire (where further details and photographs of the inaugural occasion can be found):
'In his opening speech, AFASI’s president Danny Ginges said:
"Our group was formed out of concern about the growing attempts to delegitimise the State of Israel. Not just by the extremist fringes, but by elements of the political party that currently holds the balance of power in this country. Not just by radical followers of Islam and the church, but by members of our own faith....
Our common cause: the right to exist as a free people in our own land.
We are a capable and resourceful people.
We have shown time and again that when we stand together, we can face any adversity.
But not when our backs are exposed. Not when there are holes in our wall. And there are holes. Gaping holes.
The Jews who support the Global BDS.
Who stand outside Max Brenner and accuse Israel of apartheid and genocide. Who call for a renewed intifada.
Our enemies are using disinformation to divide us and destroy us. We need to fight back with knowledge an understanding.
If we don’t know the truth, we can’t fight the lies."'Meanwhile, the BDS fanatics vow to keep on keeping on - here's newly posted footage (not very good) of them outside the State Library of Victoria in Melbourne (with what seems to be a staple of BDS rallies, a screaming female to oversee proceedings):