Monash: Sex and Terror 101
Monash University houses the Global Terrorism Research Centre. You would think from its title that it would research global terrorism and advise on ways to keep us safe. But maybe you would think wrong, as defending Islam’s reputation seems to be their number one priority.
The Centre is headed by a Muslim (not that there is any hint of that in Lentini’s lengthy biography)(reference)
But Geoff Strong, in A Convert to Islam, spills the beans: Read it here
Australians concerned about the objectivity of our academic staffÂ should be keeping a close eye on that is happening.
Many questions need to be asked. Here are just a few for readers to ponder:
1. Why did Monash show its preference for Islam above all other religions by giving land for a mosque.? Despite many letters, VC Larkin refused to give a satisfactory reply . (seeÂ Democracy Retreats from Monash UniversityÂ )
2. When teaching about Islamic terrorism, should staff be Islamic?
Can an unrepentant Nazi teach objectively about the horrors of Nazism?
3. In relation to the sexual assault claims against Wright Neville, given the cosiness between members of staff, are there others involved who knew and looked the other way?
4. Were Wright Neville’s bias against Judeo-Christian values known at the time of his appointment? Should people with such extreme views which are hostile to our democratic values be allowed to indoctrinate our students?
5. Why are the rigorous standards for appointment of lecturers relaxed in the case of Muslims? (see Different standards for Muslims? )
- Australian authorities have rescued 54 suspected asylum seekers from a stricken boat stranded north of the Cocos Islands./”We caused it, we are responsible for them…”/ed)
- TWO teenagers have been stabbed outside a pub in Sydney’s south./Police say the two, aged 17 and 18, were set upon by six males of Middle Eastern appearance outside a hotel on Forest Road, Hurstville, about 7.15pm (AEST) yesterday. They had been inside the hotel.