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Hijab Ban: Is Quebec Becoming More French?

Hijab Ban: Is Quebec Becoming More French?

The government's proposed Charter of Quebec Values would ban teachers, doctors and other public workers from wearing highly visible religious symbols, including headscarves and large crosses.
Last Updated on Sunday, 15 September 2013 15:25

Australian Muslims: Multiculturalism and Politics

Australian Muslims: Multiculturalism and Politics
Muslims are now more aware of their part in societal and national developments with eloquent leaders stimulating greater involvement in their social and political lives.
Last Updated on Sunday, 25 August 2013 19:23

Australia: Integration Challenges Facing Muslims

Australia: Integration Challenges Facing Muslims
Now nearly 40 percent of Australian Muslims designate Australia as their place of birth. This has major repercussions for how the new generation of Muslims define themselves and articulate their ident
Last Updated on Sunday, 25 August 2013 21:03

Australia: Historic Change Underway?

Australia: Historic Change Underway?
Australians have apparently inclined to opt for the opposition labour party for their future government saying a clear "no" to Howard's home and foreign policies. The most painful blow that Howard rec
Last Updated on Sunday, 25 November 2007 16:50

The Possibility of Australian Pre-emptive Military Action

The Possibility of Australian Pre-emptive Military Action
Australian John Howard’s recent foreshadowing of the possibility of the use of pre-emptive military strikes against terrorist cells...
Last Updated on Wednesday, 11 December 2002 17:27

Australia’s September 11th

Australia’s September 11th
The recent attack in Bali has incurred a catastrophic human toll on its victims and has had the effect of further destabilizing an already politically and culturally untenable relationship between Aus
Last Updated on Saturday, 26 October 2002 17:46
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