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Dr Ibrahim Abu Mohammed SBS World News

Viewed over 60K times, the Grand Mufti of Australia speaks candidly: “There is no terrorism act that we have not condemned. We have condemned all terrorist attacks. Some people in our community expect us to act as recording machines. We have condemned terrorist attacks. We will condemn future terrorist attacks and continue doing so and will even condemn any terrorist attach that has not even been committed. What more can I say? We are not obliged to apologise for each terrorist attack which we have not committed, and are not responsible for. We condemn terrorism as it is against...

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Imam Faizel ABC News

A video viewed over 2.5M times: An Anglican church in Perth’s south hosts the local Muslim community for Ramadan as the two religions sit side-by-side, breaking bread and barriers. Six years ago, Imam Faizel Chothia came knocking asking if there was a place where Muslims could hold their Friday prayers. The response that Father Peter Humphries from Saint Paul’s Anglican Church was “well here, because we’re a place of prayer. Christians and Muslims now share the space. “This has been a relationship evolving not just between individuals but between communities” said Imam Faizel. “Praying in the same space, I...

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Ali Kadri The Drum

Spokesman for the Islamic Council of Queensland, Ali Kadri appeared on ABC’s The Drum on 19 June. Hosted by John Barron, Kadri joined fellow panelists Kate Eastman, James Morrow, Marius Benson. The panel discusses the Finsbury Park “terror attack”, Gonski & the future of the Human Rights Commission as Gillian Triggs prepares to step down. “As a Muslim leader, we are the largest victims of terrorism, be it here or overseas and now we have to cop it on all sides. Politicians, my one message to them, all of them, please stop dividing us, please stop jumping on this...

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Mariam Veiszadeh: Time Out Sydney

Lawyer and diversity practitioner Mariam Veiszadeh took a different approach to her TEDxSydney talk. Firstly, she asked everyone in the audience to stand up. Then, through a series of questions like ‘Did you have a job while you were at high school?’ people remained standing or sat down, giving a visual representation of unconscious bias. Veiszadeh, who was 2016 Daily Life Woman of the Year, believes difference is the key to successful businesses and she came to her talk with the stats to back it up. “Privilege is largely invisible to those who have it,” she says, and yet...

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