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Senator Rice hosts Women’s Iftar in Melbourne

Senator Janet Rice, Greens Senator for Victoria, hosted a women’s Iftar for over 100 women and children from Melbourne’s Muslim community on Thursday 9 May at Merlynston Progress Hall in Coburg North. “It was a huge privilege to host an Iftar for Melbourne’s Muslim women and to join our diverse Muslim community in observing the holy month of Ramadan,” said Senator Janet Rice. “To all of Australia’s Muslims, I wish you Ramadan Mubarak.” “There was a powerful sense of togetherness and friendship in the room, and knowledge that by working together we support each other and can optimistic and hopeful...

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Senator Mehreen Faruqi hosts Women’s Iftar

Green’s Senator for NSW, Dr Mehreen Faruqi hosted her annual Women’s Iftar dinner on Tuesday 7 May in Granville, Western Sydney. The dinner was attended by more than 80 women and addressed by Senator Faruqi and a number of prominent speakers including Randa Abdel-Fattah and Souha Korbatieh together with poetry performances by Aishah Ali and Layla Mkhayber. The speakers spoke about the significance of having Muslim women, like Senator Mehreen Faruqi, in parliaments and the importance of Muslim women engaging in politics and making sure their voices are heard. Advertisements Senator Faruqi is Australia’s first Muslim Senator and is up for re-election...

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Eight Ramadan Lessons for All

Want to simplify your life? These Ramadan lessons offer practical tips for everyone, Muslims, people of other faiths and no faith. Ramadan, the ninth month in the Islamic calendar, is special to Muslims as a holy period dedicated to fasting, self-purification, and spiritual attainment. Whether you’re Muslim, Christian, Jewish, or just a spiritual seeker, you can probably appreciate the goals of Ramadan: a whole-body awareness of God and a humble thankfulness for whatever blessings He has granted.Advertisements Achieving those goals is a challenge for anyone. But after 20 years of fasting, I’ve learned some valuable lessons to simplify and...

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Ayaan Hirsi Ali : You don't speak for us.

Muslim women respond to Ayaan Hirsi Ali, a star of the global Islamophobia industry.

Posted by Persons of Interest on Sunday, 2 April 2017

Muslim Women Respond to Ayaan Hirsi Ali

<iframe src=”″ width=”560″ height=”315″ style=”border:none;overflow:hidden” scrolling=”no” frameborder=”0″ allowTransparency=”true” allowFullScreen=”true”></iframe> Produced by Persons of Interest, an upcoming News and media platform dedicated to conversations about social justice, Six Muslim Women speak directly to Ayaan Hirsi Ali, a star of the global Islamophobia Industry. In this powerful video, the women say “Ayaan Hirsi Ali, you do not speak for us. You are not our ally. You’re not interested in our lives or our freedom. You’ve described Muslim women as being irrational, docile, having no minds of our own. You’ve called us slaves.Advertisements How can you claim to stand for our liberation when you simply repeat the language of our oppressors? This is not the language of solidarity, or understanding, or freedom. This is the language of patriarchy and misogyny. This is the language of white supremacy. This is the language used to justify wars, invasion and genocide. You’re not here to help us or stand with us. You’re here to profit from an industry that exists to dehumanise us. An industry built on selling hatred, misinformation and stereotypes. This hatred you feed puts us in danger every day. It encourages fear, persecution and violence. This is not brave. This is not progressive. This is...

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The Man Behind the Viral Fight Video

Meet the man who caught the internet's attention after stopping a street fight.

Posted by AJ+ on Wednesday, 29 March 2017

Muslim Man Breaks Up Street Fight

A video of a fight between two young teenagers with their friends looking on, recording on their phones has gone viral, but not for the reason you think. A man stepped up, stood in between the two boys and stopped the fight. The man said “Ya’ll almost men, Ya’ll ain’t kids no more. Ya’ll don’t shake hands, I’m not leaving, bro.” This peacemaker is a Muslim man, Ibn Ali Miller who spotted two boys getting into a fight and immediately intervened.Advertisements He told the boys that their friends who were recording and laughing were cowards. Ibn Ali Miller said “What made me stop is because before I had mentors and before I had people to help me out in my life, I was like those kids. So when I saw those kids, it’s a true reflection of myself and who I used to be.” Ibn Ali is a lifelong resident of Atlantic City and knows many of the kids. “The main thing that I was trying to convey to them was to respect themselves” said Miller. His actions attracted celebrity praise and he was honoured by the city’s...

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