What a week it was. Christchurch suffered Australian-grown terrorism, our children marched to make us see the obvious and one homeless teen beat the odds.
Yesterday, Peter Dutton blamed the Flinders Street attack on the Muslim community, the ALP and the openness of our borders. Fear might split us, but we’re better than that.
The Toronto mayoral race went according to plan. However, the third-place finisher garnered all the attention. This is Faith Goldy’s world.
Michael Mohammed Ahmad talks to The Big Smoke about his book, The Lebs, racism, Islamophobia, misinformation, paranoia and the power of art.
Boris Johnson’s moronic burqa rhetoric has been cribbed directly from Donald’s playbook. We need to focus on what he’s attempting to do, not how he’s trying to smooth it over.
To combat a problem they see, the NSW police will track those they believe to be individual terrorists. Considering a lack of meaningful example, is this an overstep, or not?
They’re two vastly opposing spheres of political thought, but Islamic extremism and the far-right actually need each other to survive, to keep on hating each other. Here’s how.
After the well-publicised attack on Muslim women at UTS, we spoke to lawyer Mariam Veiszadeh about the rise of Islamophobia in this country.
The cancellation of Islam critic Ayaan Hirsi Ali’s tour was viewed as a win on both sides of the free speech argument. However, those who cheered on the news are making a fatal miscalculation.
With Anti-Reclaim Australia demonstrators speaking the language of violence, Polly Chester wonders if they’ve lost their moral compass.
Bianca Farmakis and her fellow Sydney University students took to Sydney’s streets wearing the niqab to study the effects of Islamophobia.
Barnaby Joyce’s dehumanising of asylum seekers might be questionable, but when it comes to halal certification, Michael Burrill finds the Minister for Agriculture to be surprisingly politically kosher.
After attending the Reclaim Australia rally at Federation Square, Kiem Nguyen wants to reclaim Australia for our children — FROM the Reclaim Australia movement.
In the aftermath of the Chapel Hill murders, Ash Imani ponders how atheists should respond after reports labelled the gunman as an “atheist killer”.