CANBERRA – An Australian niqabi woman has shared how she reacted to hate with love and good character after a woman shouted at her to get out of the country while she was shopping. “She told me how could you ever be allowed in this place with this thing on your face,” the Muslim woman …
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CANBERRA – The Australian Federal Police announced organizing a three-day Islamic awareness workshop for its officers as a part of a national push to educate staff about “Islamic culture” and the “history of Islam.” “The program is provided to members where it’s relevant to their role and designed to educate them about Islamic culture and …
VICTORIA – A Muslim officer, in reaction to the hateful comments she has received on an online message granting her state’s “Honor Roll of Women”, has decided not to give in, but rather planned to work more on engagement with the society. “I believe in freedom of speech but there’s a line to draw when it …
A growing number of Muslim women are entering in the field of sports in Australia, taking their expedition to professional levels.
Living thousands of miles away from her home country Iraq, Wurood Albayati could not ignore the occasion of the new Hijri year without a proper celebration.
Dubbed as excitement machine, Lael Kassem, a founding member of the Auburn GIANTS women’s AFL team, is breaking down barriers, working hard to achieve her dream, and motivating others to take up the Australian popular sport.
As the holy month approaches its final third, many are curious how professional Muslim athletes were able to handle Ramadan fasting and prayers while maintaining good performance in their teams.
An Auburn public pool has installed privacy curtains and introduced a two-hour women-only swim period on Sundays so that Muslim women can swim without being seen by other pool users.
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.