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Muslims being 'smashed' in Australia, says Richmond footballer Bachar Houli
Written by Sydney Morning Herald   
Friday, 26 June 2015


Bachar Houli, a devout Muslim, believes Australians are now less tolerant of racist comments. Photo: Paul Kane

Richmond footballer Bachar Houli says Muslims in Australia are being "smashed" as a result of negative perceptions created in the media.

But Houli, a devout Muslim, believed Australians were now less tolerant of racist comments.

Speaking at an after dinner hosted by the AFL at Greater Western Sydney's Homebush headquarters on Wednesday night, Houli urged Muslims in the country to show patience.

Ongoing dialogue addresses key issues
Written by Office of Multicultural Interests   
Monday, 22 June 2015
Hon Colin Barnett MLA, Premier of Western Australia, Hon Dr Mike Nahan MLA, Minister for Citizenship and Multicultural Interests, Hon Michael Mischin MLC, Attorney General, and Hon Liz Behjat MLC, Member for North Metropolitan Region, met with Muslim community leaders at the Office of the Premier on Tuesday 2 June.

Senior members of the State Government have met with Muslim community leaders as part of a government-led initiative to improve communications and address issues affecting the community.

This is the second time the two groups have met and issues discussed included social cohesion and countering violent extremism.

“This meeting underlines the value and importance of the Muslim community in Western Australia”, Minister Nahan said.

“It was also an opportunity to inform the community on the steps and initiatives undertaken by the State Government to safeguard the community, and to address some of the issues and concerns raised at our last meeting”, he said.

Abbott’s rhetoric on Muslims is damaging
Written by Gulf News   
Saturday, 20 June 2015


Image Credit AFP

The tone of Australia’s national conversation around Islam and terrorism leaves Muslims feeling hurt, angry and bewildered. What purpose does it serve?

By Gay Alcorn
Every now and then, you get to understand — even just for a moment — someone else’s point of view. You might have assumed you knew all about it, but it is rare to feel it, to glimpse what life is like for another human being.
At a forum organised by the Islamic Council of Victoria last week, a group of around 100 people turned the tables on five journalists about media coverage of Muslims, terrorism, counter-terrorism laws, police raids, multiculturalism and the hijab. It was polite and welcoming — we all got a box of chocolates at the end — but what people wanted us to understand was that to be a Muslim in Australia now was to feel hurt, angry and bewildered. People spoke about waking up, day after day, to a relentless focus on terrorism and its implied or specified links to Islam and Australia’s almost 500,000 Muslims.
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