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Biblio File: When Feminism fails Muslim Women

As a 1960s-era feminist, Chesler’s firm position on universal human rights conflicts with the postcolonial, cultural relativist, Marxist, and Islamist views among more recent, more politicised feminists.

Asia Watch: App not compatible

The app issue occurs in the context of an ongoing debate about the Islamisation of national political debates.

Essay: Verses and Reality

The question of the Koran’s attitude toward Jews is not merely a theoretical-academic matter. Because of the centrality of the Koran in the life of Muslim communities past and present, this question has had a fundamental influence on the formation of attitudes toward Jews

Sheikh Omran and ASWJ tied to terror – again

Following the terror incident at Bourke Street in Melbourne, a familiar and highly problematic voice appointed himself to speak on behalf of Muslims in response - Sheikh Mohammed Omran, the emir of the Hume Islamic Youth Centre (HIYC) at Coolaroo

Visiting Counterterrorism expert Boaz Ganor explains how to catch a lone...

In the wake of the terrorist attack in Melbourne's Bourke street last Friday, there has been considerable debate about whether the security services could have done more to monitor the actions of the attacker, Hassan Khalif Shire Ali

Boaz Ganor discusses terrorism, radicalisation and its sponsors

Prof. Boaz Ganor of the International Institute for Counter-Terrorism in Israel appeared on Sky News Australia's "Outsiders" program, broadcast 4 November 2018.

Boaz Ganor on “lone-wolf” terrorism

Prof. Boaz Ganor of the International Institute for Counter-Terrorism in Israel spoke at the Sydney Institute about "lone-wolf" terrorism and responses to it.

Prof. Boaz Ganor on lone-wolf terrorism

Prof. Boaz Ganor of the International Institute for Counter-Terrorism in Israel discusses lone-wolf terrorism

AIJAC congratulates Nadia Murad, winner of the 2018 Nobel Peace Prize

AIJAC congratulates Yazidi human rights activist Nadia Murad, a co-recipient of the 2018 Nobel Peace Prize, for her work “to end the use of sexual violence as a weapon of war and armed conflict.” 

Deconstruction Zone: The ‘Long War’ is not getting shorter

The grim reality is that after 17 years of conflict, we have not decisively defeated al-Qaeda or the Taliban. Far from it: AQ franchises proliferate

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