Supported by the Australian Government Attorney-General’s Department under itsÂ Building Community Resilience Grants Program, and produced by theÂ University of South Australia’s International Centre for Muslim and non-Muslim Understanding,
Young Muslims: Behind the Headlines uses the real life experiences of young Muslim Australians to tackle such questions as why do Muslim women wear the hijab, why do international politics impact on some Muslims, and how does Islamic culture contribute to Australian communities? …
Call it da’awah, that’s what it is. Lipstick on a pig.
Criticism Â from that quarter will be directed against western culture and civilisation with a clear picture of the enemy: ‘racist-bigot-Islamophobes’ who stand in the way of the Mohammedan expansion project. Which means the enemy is us.
The PhD scholarships provide a stipend of $30,000 annually and a thesis allowance of $840.
CAROLINE WINTER Â (ABC of course)
Not Muslims, not Islam, not jihad, not mass-murder of Christians, Hindus, Buddhists and Jews is the problem: “misunderstanding andÂ Australia’s unfortunate racism” Â causes Â alienation, friction, (whatever) so we ignorant brogans need toÂ get a deeper understanding of the contribution Islamic culture makes to Australian society.
Thanks to Mullah, pbuh