Foreign fighters bill to toughen sanctions on terrorists passes Senate

The Australian 29 October 2014

TOUGHER criminal sanctions against Australian terrorists have passed the parliament after the Coalition and Labor combined to legislate measures including the power to arrest


Jacqui Lambie's burqa ban bill raises significant constitutional issues, says expert George Williams

Sydney Morning Herald 29 October 2014
By Latika Bourke

Jacqui Lambie's attempt to fine and jail any person found to have forced a young woman to wear a burqa raises two "significant constitutional issues", an expert has warned.


Melbourne man charged with funding Islamic State 'defending innocent brothers and sisters'

The Age 29 October 2014
By Adam Cooper

A Melbourne man charged with making funds available to the Islamic State and another terrorist organisation has been refused bail because a magistrate feared he could flee


Sharia law should not be given oxygen

The Australian 28 October 2014
By Jim Ball, Narrabeen, NSW

GIVING newsprint to debating sharia law elevates it in public discourse to a degree to which it is not worthy and gives the impression to the Muslim leadership of it being


ANU academics withdraw from IS forum after member of Hizb ut-Tahrir invited to speak

The Canberra Times 28 October 2014
By Megan Gorrey

The Australian National University has defended a decision by several of its academics to withdraw from a public debate on terrorism after they found out a representative of


Man pleads guilty after 'marrying' 12yo 27 October 2014
By Lauren Farrow

A man charged with having sex with a 12-year-old girl whom he "married" in NSW is set to be sentenced next year. There was a long silence at Sydney's District Court on


Mosque fire suspicious - police

The New Zeland Herald 27 October 2014
By Lincoln Tan

A fire at an Auckland mosque that has been at the centre of allegations of extremist Islamic teaching is being treated as suspicious. Police believe a small fire located at


Canberra: KKK, burqa, bikie men attempt to enter Parliament

Sheikyer Mami 27 October 2014
By Jennifer Rajca and Matt Young

It is likely that more child-abuse cases like the recent Rotherham grooming scandal will come to light, one of the most senior police officers in the UK has claimed. More proof that Australia is already


Suspicious fire at mosque hit by accusations of extremism

One News 27 October 2014

Investigators are trying to determine what caused a small fire at a controversial Auckland mosque early this morning. The fire was in a storage area attached to the side of


Ten Obvious Reasons Why Islam is NOT a Religion of Peace

The Muslimim Issue 26 October 2014

#1: 18,000 deadly terror attacks committed explicitly in the name of Islam in just the last ten years. (Other religions combined for perhaps a dozen or so). #2: Muhammad, the prophet of Islam, had people killed for insulting him or for criticizing his religion. This included women. Muslims are told to emulate the example of Muhammad.


Australian animals brutally slaughtered during ‘Festival of Sacrifice’: Why hasn’t this been stopped? 26 October 2014

Nauseating footage has emerged showing Australian animals being cruelly slaughtered in the Middle East, rekindling outrage over our live export trade. Horrified protesters


Indonesian woman admits ordering hit on British hubby

The Rakyat Post 23 October 2014

The wife of a British man found with his throat slashed and dumped in a ditch on Indonesia’s resort island of Bali has admitted ordering the killing, police said on


Is this ISIS's weirdest Western jihadi? The dorky Australian 17-year-old who vows to fly Islamist flag over Buckingham Palace an

Daily Mail 22 October 2014
By Daniel Piotrowski and Sarah Dean

Relatives of a ginger Australian jihadist have condemned him for appearing in an Islamic State propaganda video in which he says the terror group will not stop their murderous


ANU academics withdraw from IS forum after member of Hizb ut-Tahrir invited to speak

Sydney Morning Herald 22 October 2014
By Megan Gorrey

The Australian National University has defended a decision by several of its academics to withdraw from a public debate on terrorism after they found out a representative of


Australia lifts Parliament veil ban 20 October 2014

Australia's Parliament House lifted a short-lived ban on facial coverings including burqas and niqabs after the prime minister intervened. SHARE The government department


Islamic Centre graffitied as al-Furqan preacher Harun Mehicevic again linked with backing jihad

The Age 16 October 2014
By Nino Bucci

The controversial al-Furqan Islamic Centre has been daubed with graffiti, as the "sheikh" who preaches at the Springvale South centre was again linked with supporting


‘Slaughter the Christians’: Muslim teen charged after Sydney Maronite College targeted by Islamic State threats

Pamela Geller 15 October 2014

As the global jihad grows and the lines are more definitively drawn, the West must implement restrictions on Muslim immigration from hostile nations. We need elected


ustralia’s Special Forces troops Iraq bound for Islamic State fight stuck in UAE

Australia’s 200 Special Forces are stalled in the United Arab Emirates, awaiting legal clearance to kick off their mission assisting the Iraqi Security Forces in repelling the


Australia to deny visas for radical Islamist preachers

Pan Armenian 10 October 2014

Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott said on Wednesday, Oct 8, that he is ordering a crackdown to prevent radical Islamist preachers entering the country, amidst rising


Video: FAKE! PHONY! PURE CRAP! Muslim-produced social experiment attempts to show how Australians...

Bare Naked Islam 9 October 2014

How would Australians react if they witnessed a Muslim person being abused? In a social experiment orchestrated by Muslim filmmaker Kamal Saleh, we see Muslims in Islamic

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