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The United Nations has warned Australia that discrimination against Muslims and Aboriginals is ‘on the rise’ and it must ‘put an end to racist hate speech’.
The damning review was blasted by Multicultural Affairs Minister Zed Seselja, who lashed out at the global organisation’s ‘bizarre criticism’, the Sydney Morning Herald reported.
The report outlined 16 areas where improvement was needed including the welfare and status of Indigenous Australians, asylum seekers and migrant workers.
It also claimed Arabs, Muslims, Africans, South Asians and Indigenous Australians were ‘particularly affected by racist hate speech and violence’.
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A hardline Muslim sheikh from western Sydney has declared married women must be banned from socialising with men.
Sunni fundamentalist Mohamad Doar, who preaches Sharia law, told his followers husbands had to ‘protect’ their wives from ‘evil’.
‘A loving and understanding husband is not one who allows his wife to free mix with the opposite sex and show off her adornments in public,’ he said on Facebook.
Iranian child bride who was beaten by her husband and then forced to give up her children to flee to Australia slams harsh Muslim regime
ONLY one jihadi inmate in Australia has been “deradicalised” in prison, despite millions of dollars being poured into weaning terrorism offenders off hate and violence.
The solitary success has raised questions about the effectiveness of these programs at a time when prison authorities are grappling with how best to deal with extremist inmates.
Federal and state governments face making the delicate decision of weighing when they can accept a terrorist has been deradicalised and deserves release, against the horror of putting an unreformed jihadist consumed with revenge back on the streets.
The Sunday Telegraph understands the Federal Government, responsible for granting the parole of terrorists convicted of commonwealth offences, has identified only one successful deradicalisation case on its books.
That prisoner was Mazen Touma, one of several men jailed over thwarted dual terror attacks in Melbourne and Sydney in 2005.
A man has allegedly robbed a taxi driver at knifepoint disguised as an elderly woman called Fatima.
Sydney man Kemal Yalim, 24, put on a dress, cardigan and scarf that covered his face and booked a taxi under the name Fatima, police allege.
Australian Muslim sheikh says merely LOOKING at the opposite sex might lead to adultery and is against Sharia law
A One Nation senator is writing to school principals warning them their children risk turning into “terror-endorsing Islamists” whose religion compels them to kill westerners.
The letters – sent on Senate letterhead with no mention of One Nation – have drawn immediate condemnation for inciting hatred, creating division and undermining the work of counter-terrorism and deradicalisation programs.
A leading security and intelligence expert, John Blaxland, has warned it simply plays into the hands of terrorist groups such as Islamic State.
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Australia – A RADICALISED Muslim who removed his wife’s right eye before slaughtering her in front of their children told police it was “normal” behaviour in the Middle East.
The brutal killer, who cannot be named to protect the identities of his three children, is facing life behind bars after he pleaded guilty to the horrific killing in June last year.
The Supreme Court heard on Friday how the Broadmeadows man had set out on a “prolonged and vicious” knife attack on his wife at their family home.
He removed her right eye in what is believed to be inspired by the Islamist one-eyed antichrist Dajjal, and cut off two of her fingers while she was still alive.
She bled to death after suffering deep lacerations across her face, neck, arms, legs, back, hips and genitalia.
‘Operation San Jose’ resulted in the arrest of the Muslim terrorist, who was involved in undertaking preparations for planning a terrorist act in Melbourne on New Year’s Eve this year.
Islamic State is stepping up a ‘White Australia’ policy of recruiting non-Muslim extremists who can leave the country without raising the suspicion of anti-terror police, an expert has warned.
Radicalised supporters of the terror group are posting lists of potential targets and hoping ‘white Australians’ will take up the cause and attack the western world, the Herald Sun reports.
Dr Robyn Torok from the Edith Cowan University’s Security Research Institute said while they are predominantly focused on Muslims or their supporters, the group is open to extorting non-religious Aussies too.
A Melbourne disability pensioner charged with funding Islamic State fighters in Syria has been freed on a $50,000 surety.
Isa Kocoglu was bailed on Thursday on strict conditions banning him from contact with ISIS sympathisers and social media, except to contact family members.
The 43-year-old married father from Hampton Park is charged with supporting persons engaged in hostile activity in Syria.
Waleed Aly has grilled Tasmanian politician Jacqui Lambie about her stance on sharia law.
The pair went head-to-head on The Project on Thursday night where Aly, who is Muslim, repeatedly asked Lambie if she regretted previous controversial comments on the subject.
Lambie, who openly opposes sharia law, clashed with Muslim activist Yassmin Abdel-Magied on ABC’s Q&A earlier in the year.
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A nonbinding referendum conducted by mail found 61.6 percent of Australians in favor of allowing gay couples to wed. Even though the measure was expected to be approved, the size of the win and the unusually large participation of 12.7 million Australians out of the 16 million eligible voters added to its political legitimacy.
Behzad Bashiri arrived by boat in 2011, before allegedly threatening to bomb the country, intimidate citizens and strike police with a vehicle, The Herald Sun reports.
But despite Victoria Police appealing to Immigration Minister Peter Dutton to have him deported, he cannot be repatriated without his consent.