The Zaky Mallah controversy has nothing to do with Muslims.
Short-sighted media were quick to lunge on a relatively minor recommendation from a report on countering radicalisation of young, at-risk Muslims.
Hard evidence suggests our ideas about the process of "radicalisation" of extremist Muslims are deeply flawed.
Australia's response to the discovery of slave camps and mass graves in south-east Asia, as well as the persecution and exodus of Muslim Burmese is black mark against our international duty.
There is tonnes of money in the budget for "national security", i.e. the ongoing alienation of Muslims.
We are quick to blame a tweet from a Muslim urging violence against those at a Texas cartoon exhibition. But what about the hate speech of Islamophobe Geert Wilders?
Those who dismissed last Friday's protest against the closure of remote Aboriginal communities as selfish completely miss the point.
Man Haron Monis was a desperate, violent middle-aged man, not a jihadi.
Tony Abbott has accused Hizb ut-Tahrir of supporting terrorism, and Emma Alberici has accused it of having links to Islamic State. But tell that to the leader of HT recently murdered by IS. Lawyer, author and commentator Irfan Yusuf reports.