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A video shared by Australia’s Hizb ut-Tahrir saying explaining how Muslim men are allowed to beat their wives has sparked uproar, with many accusing it of promoting domestic violence and making light of the plight of abuse victims.
Noticing a worrying increase in Islamophobia incidents in Australia, a group of Muslim women in Eastern Victoria, Gippsland, decided to take an action, creating a platform to bridge the gap between different cultures and religions
A New Zealand Muslim rugby star is expected to wear a Blues jersey without the logos of two major rugby sponsors sue to his objection to banks using usury, which contradicts with his Islamic beliefs.
Though the term speed date might appear romantic or social event, Australians are using it to arrange meetups with Muslims to ask questions and smash racial boundaries.
Rugby Muslim star Sonny Bill Williams was named Australia and New Zealand’s most influential Muslim, reserving his name among the world’s 500 most powerful Muslim figures.
New South Wales MP Mehreen Faruqi, the first Muslim woman in any Australian parliament, has launched a new project on Facebook to counter sexist and racist abuse message she receives with humor and a good laugh.
Australian immigration minister Peter Dutton praised on Thursday, January 19, the Australia Day billboard featuring two hijabi Muslim girls, seeing it promoted multiculturalism as an important value appreciated in the country.
A new Australia Day billboard featuring two smiling women in hijab has sparked mixed views in Australia, with some claiming that the women, apparently Muslims, do not represent Australia and others praising its inclusive message.
An Australian retailer’s back to school catalogue has been widely praised for encouraging diversity and true representation of the society after it featured children with disabilities and from diverse ethnic backgrounds and faiths, including a hijabi woman.
Seeking to empower young Muslims in the work field, a leading Muslim organization will be hosting the country’s first Muslim youth day next week, to help youth find career direction.
A gift of two headscarves to Pauline Hanson, the leader of the far-right One Nation party, are to be returned to the Muslim fashion designer, after the politician rejected the Muslims’ message of multicultural solidarity.