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Two Jews, Two Palestinians: An open letter on the simple truth

Two Jews, Two Palestinians: An open letter on the simple truth

Michael Brull, Samah Sabawi, Peter Slezak and Randa Abdel-Fattah The enduring international silence around Israel’s assault on Gaza has prompted a passionate plea from four prominent human rights activists. We are writing this letter, Jews and Palestinians together, in the hope of making a simple point: the fighting between Israel and Gaza right now is not an even-handed clash.Advertisements Both sides are not equally to blame. The Israeli army is committing mass murder against an overwhelmingly innocent and mostly defenseless population in Gaza.

There are 1.8 million people in Gaza. Most of them are children, and two-thirds of them are...

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Bankstown Masjid fundraising dinner

A Successful Fundraising Dinner for Bankstown Masjid was organized on Sunday, 15 June 2014 at The Croatian Club, Punchbowl by Saarban Islamic Trust. The main speaker at the Dinner was Imam Uzair Akbar from Holland Park Mosque, Brisbane. A large number of Muslims attended the event from all over Sydney including many distinguished guests. Alhamdulillah $200,000 was raised at the event due to the generosity of those present and contributions from some who couldn’t attend.Advertisements Saarban Islamic Trust, a division of Islamic Forum for Australian Muslims (IFAM) bought a commercial property at 30 Meredith Street Bankstown 2200 NSW in...

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AMUST resumes its publication

On the Australian media landscape, in addition to mainstream newspapers and other media outlets, there are a large number of ethnic and multilingual community newspapers representing the Australian multicultural community. However there is no credible newspaper currently produced professionally in Australia with a wide circulation amongst all Australians presenting news and views from an Islamic perspective as well as serving the needs of the fast growing Muslim community whose first language now is English. AMUST now aims to fill this gap and, moving with the times, resumes its publication in a new format as a community newspaper using multimedia...

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