“Cultural misconceptions taskforce” established!
Taskforce to tackle abuse of Muslim women
Lauren Nowak, the writer of this article, is gushing all over and praises this groveling Â display of dhimmitude as if it was a revelation from the profit himself:
State Multicultural Affairs Minister Grace Portolesi committed to establishing the taskforce – comprising Muslim women, Multicultural SA, police, equal opportunity and government representatives – after meeting Muslim leaders this week.
Tension directed towards the Muslim community was caused by “fear of the unknown”.
“The sad thing is that people will go to such extremes to be abusive .Â .Â .Â (but) there is a lot of fear in the Muslim community of going to the police (for help),” she said.
” .Â .Â . we want to fix the ignorance about Muslims, Â “We want to let Muslim women know about the protections that are available,” she said, adding that those she had met were keen to work with authorities to find solutions.
Any protections for us available, multiculti minister?
“Their young Australian children who are Muslim are growing up with this idea that they’re unwelcome.
Gee. I can’t think of any reason for that now, can you?
“We need to let them know they are being listened to.”
Is anyone listening to us?
Chosing the Shrouds of “Modesty:”
Mrs Assaher wears a niqab, much the same as a burqa, which covers her face except for her eyes, but explained this was her choice.
“We feel it is more protection for us, the aim of covering the woman is to protect them from the men looking at her,” she said.
“The rest of the community thinks that the man makes his wife cover her face, but it is not the case.”
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