Â Dr Anne Aly, BA, PGDA, MEd, PhD
Dr Anne Aly is one of Australia’s foremost academics dealing with counter-terrorism, she is listed as one of Western Australia’s most influential women and is an active supporter of the Bali Peace Park.
Anne was born in Alexandria, Egypt and migrated to Australia when she was two years old. She grew up in Sydney and returned to Egypt to study where she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts from the American University in Cairo.
In Cairo you can buy a BoA degree in any barber shop. Why does she decorate herself with wakademic titles like a third world general?
Aussies are the enemy for this Arab Muslima:
“There is a lot of incitement to racial hatred here, that’s the kind of stuff that fuels violent extremism.”
Dr Aly said she believed it would probably take a tragedy before the state government acted.
She said there could be a number of motivating factors in a person adopting extremist views.
“It could be social ideologies, a political cause; some say it’s a life experience or certain life events,” Dr Aly said.
“A lot of the time somebody has a personal grievance and then that grievance becomes a grievance towards a group.
“It could be ‘the wogs got all the houses’ or ‘brown people have all the jobs,'”Â
“From that, people get sucked into the idea that the only way to fight this is to fight back, to bear arms and to kill them, they become entrenched in this idea that there is a war.