School prayer ‘starts extremism’

School prayer groups a ‘doorway to extremism’: adviser

The Government had already flagged late last week that it intended to move away from the divisive language used by Abbott, which reportedly had led to Muslim groups feeling marginalised and distrustful of government. The PM put this into practice on the weekend, following the police shooting of a young gunman who had killed a police employee.

They will never come to Australia - Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull

But people have noticed one case study in particular that's under the "violent extremism" heading - the story of "Karen", an environmental activist who radicalised after listening to alternative music.

Everyone's Making Fun Of The Government For Inventing A Hippie Terrorist Called Karen

But people have noticed one case study in particular that’s under the “violent extremism” heading - the story of “Karen”, an environmental activist who radicalised after listening to alternative music.

Exclusive: Here's what we learned about Australia's social media fight against Islamic State.

This Anti-ISIS Twitter Account Slid Into My DMs Without Asking

Exclusive: Here's what we learned about Australia's social media fight against Islamic State.

Right-wing extremism is emerging as an equal, if not greater, threat than Muslim radicalisation in Australia and multiculturalism is "close to death" at a federal level, academics have told a conference on social cohesion.

Right-wing numbers are staggering says Dr Anne Aly. Dr James Jupp, director of ANU's Centre for Immigration and Multicultural Studies, told the UWS conference that multiculturalism is "close to death" under the current government.

Helen Razer: report on Muslim radicalisation misrepresented by media | Crikey

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Bill Shorten: demonising disaffected Muslim youths will not stop radicalisation – video | Australia news | The Guardian

Bill Shorten: demonising disaffected Muslim youths will not stop radicalisation – video

Bill Shorten: demonising disaffected Muslim youths will not stop radicalisation – video | Australia news | The Guardian

Patrick Cockburn · Why join Islamic State? At this point, Faraj says he met many foreign fighters from Britain, Turkey and France, some of whom had learned Arabic well. He wasn’t impressed by them: ‘I know many fighters from the Gulf states, Europe and Australia who are fighting for arms, fame, women and money.’ When he asked volunteers from Europe why they were in Syria some told him that their lives were miserable at home or that they had simply been bored. Many had found ‘spiritual…

LRB · Patrick Cockburn · Why join Islamic State?


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