According to a recent study, the overwhelming majority of hate crime victims in this state are Muslim. Those of study believe that the police remain unconcerned.
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.
In Rob Idol’s week that was, Trump, Abbott and the Freedom Party all competed for the title of “Most Racist Policy Platform”, the Wu-Tang Clan made us all double-check the fine print and an adorable primate did an adorable thing on the internet.
With another counter rally planned against them, Travis Blake looks at Reclaim Australia’s often ironic and hypocritical appeal.
Australian living in Israel, Sarah Knopman, writes a letter to the Arab woman who was humiliated at her child’s kindergarten – it wasn’t anything personal, you have to understand.
After Pauline Hanson’s comments this week, Jordan King-Lacroix has a response from the Muslim community. They’re not interested either.
In the aftermath of the Chapel Hill murders, Ash Imani ponders how atheists should respond after reports labelled the gunman as an “atheist killer”.