February, 2011

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Are we too scared to find out?

, Feb 17, 2011

Apparently a petition like this one calling for a ban on Muslim immigration has been tabled some 68 times in Federal Parliament.

Rundle: the multiculti waters run deep and warm

, Feb 16, 2011

It is only when people want to build mosques, start community groups, etc, that the question of what a culture is becomes urgent.
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An angry voice behind the veil

, Jan 24, 2011

This April, France will ban Muslim women from wearing face-covering veils. But one French woman Kenza Drider explains why she refuses to take off her niqab and why she’ll take her fight to the European Court of Human Rights if she gets fined.

Muslims can be blonde and aborigines can be white

, Sep 23, 2010

Racial stereotyping doesn't help anybody. Putting Muslims against Christians in Australia, rather than both living happily and freely in a secular society brings down both sides. Andrew Bolt should take note, says Irfan Yusuf.

America: land of the feeble, home of the weak?

, Sep 13, 2010

The amount of lies, hate and confusion swirling around the United States right now about Muslim people and Barack Obama is staggering. This isn't what America is supposed to be about, writes Nicolas Kristof.

Praying for peace: the Muslim prayer room in the Twin Towers

, Sep 13, 2010

The twin towers of the World Trade Center held a Muslim prayer room, a popular and calm place. It's an important fact to remember amongst all the mosque near Ground Zero vitriol: Muslims and Islam have always been a part of life there.

Breaking the fast: Ramadan in Cairo

, Aug 19, 2010

Scott Bridges experiences sunset in Cairo during Ramadan, when residents spill onto the street to get their first bite to eat and drink after a long hot day in the holy month fast.
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Waltzing Matilda

, May 05, 2010

Once a jolly swagman...

Sheridan: Ban the burqa

, Feb 04, 2010

Immigrants must adhere to and embrace the values of their adopted countries, says Greg Sheridan. In western societies, like France and Australia, that means equality for women, and burqas have no place.

Give us a break, the fake sheik’s not worth the effort

, Oct 23, 2009

You’ve heard of tabloid media going after thick sheiks. Now some are even using fake sheiks. And even our PM is being questioned on whether their citizenship should be stripped.