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ANIC - Press Statement - Concerns about proposed Anti-Terrorism Laws
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Friday, 29 August 2014
Religious leaders gather against 'unfair smearing' of Muslim faith
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Friday, 22 August 2014


Religious leaders across Australia have issued a message of love to Muslims, in response to a recent headline in the News Limited press misquoting former army chief Peter Leahy as saying “we’ll fight Islam for 100 years”.


Stephanie Anderson , Karen Ashford

Religious leaders across Australia have issued a message of love to Muslims, in what they hope will become a viral campaign to counter hatred, divisiveness and marginalisation.

The movement follows the unveiling of a proposed raft of new counter-terrorism laws by Prime Minister Tony Abbott, prompting concern from Islamic organisations that Muslims will be unfairly targeted.

The religious leaders issued a statement saying they will “love Muslims for 100 years” – a reference to a recent headline published by News Corp which misquoted former army chief Peter Leahy as saying “we’ll fight Islam [for] 100 years”.

“We believe people of Muslim faith are being unfairly smeared in the eyes of the Australian public,” the statement read.

“…The violence and values of extremists like ISIS are not representative of the vast majority of Muslim people in Australia, who are recognised better by their commitment to peace, community and mutual respect.”

The statement has signed by more than 150 members of the Christian, Jewish and other religious communities, including Rabbi Zalman Kastel.

One womanís path to making CEO
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Wednesday, 06 August 2014
 In mid-July, Miriam Silva – part of the inaugural 100 Women of Influence list in 2012 – became the acting CEO of TAFE South Australia.

Catherine Fox

Miriam Silva is no shirker when it comes to taking on senior jobs in sectors where women are as rare as hen’s teeth.

Back in 2012, when she was part of the inaugural 100 Women of Influence list, she was General Manager commercial operations of agricultural company Elders in Adelaide.

After taking a redundancy from Elders in the same year, she then joined leasing firm FleetPartners as chief operating officer, and left that role a little earlier this year.

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Patience always triumphs!

By Ibn Abdullah

The sweetness of Sabr (Patience) outlives grief. Patience is a cup every person has to drink from. There are some types of grief that weigh on the heart, that if they were to be felt by a mountain, that mountain would crumble to the ground…

When The Messenger of Allah,  Muhammad (peace be upon him) lost his beloved son Ibrahim, he held his small body in his arms and said "The eyes send their tears and the heart is saddened, but we do not say anything except that which pleases our Lord. Indeed, O Ibrahim, we are bereaved by your departure from us." Then he turned his face towards the mountain before him and said, "O mountain! If you were as sorrowful as I am, you would certainly crumble into pieces! But we say what Allah has ordered us: (we are the servants of Allah and we will return to Him; we thank Allah, the Creator of the Universe)." (Ibn-i Sa'd, Tabaqat v.1, p.131-144)

 The human heart is just a small, fragile piece of flesh - but with Sabr (patience), it is able to carry the kind of pain that would cause a mountain to disintegrate. Allah Ta’ala says;

"Oh you who believe! Persevere in patience and constancy. Vie in such perseverance, strengthen each other, and be pious, that you may prosper." (Qur’an 3:200)

The Delight of Selflessness

By Abu Muhammad Yusuf


Sacrifice is part of nature. The excruciating pain a mother endures patiently at childbirth, the years a teacher spends in educating children, the medical personal who attend to accident scenes in the dead of night, the police who patrol the streets during odd times and extreme weather, the Mujahideen who protect the borders of Islam, the patience of innocent civilians under oppressive regimes are just but a few examples of sacrifices for humanity. 


“Great achievements and happiness is the born out of sacrifice and not out of selfishness”


Sacrifice may vary in degree and form. Sometimes it may be little and at times it may be immense. It could mean surrendering some of our wealth, time or even health for the benefit of others. Sacrifice is an important part in our contribution to society.


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