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AL FURQAN ISLAMIC INFORMATION CENTRE (“Al Furqan”) would like to extend its condolences to the family of brother Numan Haider.

We sincerely pray that they are granted patience and strength in this difficult time. We would also like to express our deep shock at the tragic events of Endeavour Hills.

We remain disappointed with the way in which the mainstream media has covered this event. We would hope in these troubled time that we refrain from sensationalist assumptions and rely on the presumption of innocence.

We call upon the wider community to extend to every member of our society this basic right, especially if they are no longer with us to defend themselves.

Al Furqan would also like to emphasise that both its centre and its president, Harun Mehicevic, are in no way involved or connected to this incident.

We have contacted our legal representative and in the coming days, we will work with ICV and other community organisations to examine media articles we feel have defamed our reputation.

We urge media and politicians to show the required sensitivity and to take genuine and responsible actions to solve the issue. We call for calmness and vigilance in face of growing Islamophobia and distrust of Muslims in Australia.


Thursday, 25 September 2014 13:52


A Drone Over The Skies Of Madinah

In the Name of Allâh, the Most Beneficent, the Most Merciful

A poem by Tariq Mehanna

(The Final Crusade)

Ask yourself: if the Prophet was with us today,
If he spoke the same words and lived the same way,
If he returned with the same message to relay,
How long would the forces of the world let him stay?

Tuesday, 14 October 2014 08:14


Adnan Rashid | How CAGE helped find Aafia Siddiqui



Tuesday, 14 October 2014 08:12


Foreign Correspondent China - Crackdown



As Australia lifts its terror alert to high, China is intensifying its crackdown on a resident Muslim community in the remote northwest of the country in what it claims is its own war on terror. Stephen McDonell reports

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Tuesday, 14 October 2014 08:11


The Kill Team



The story of a U.S. soldier in Afghanistan who attempted to alert the military to atrocities being committed by soldiers, and who then himself became a target of one of the largest war crimes investigations in U.S. history.

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Tuesday, 14 October 2014 08:08


Egypt Under Sisi



Tuesday, 14 October 2014 08:07


Burma Tortures Rohingya Muslims



The rights group accused the authorities of rounding up at least 58 men in the last two weeks from several villages in the north of Rakhine state.

RAKHINE – A human rights group has warned that a growing number of Rohingya Muslims have been facing state-sponsored torture and persecution over alleged affiliation to a vague militant organization.

The arrests were “arbitrary” and “clearly a reaction to the al-Qaeda announcement earlier in September,” Chris Lewa, the Arakan Project’s founder, told the Anadolu Agency (AA).

Tuesday, 14 October 2014 08:05


Jerusalem simmering over 'Judaisation' plan



An influx of ideological settlers into East Jerusalem threatens to put an end to the two state solution.

Jerusalem - After a tumultuous summer, the clashes outside al-Aqsa mosque on October 8 that injured more than 20 people seemed almost alarmingly mundane.

Tuesday, 14 October 2014 08:00


IS a reaction to unjust occupation



Tuesday, 14 October 2014 07:55


AGENDA 'Hate preachers'



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Tuesday, 14 October 2014 07:51


Aussie New Laws Ban Passages of Qur'an



Lydia Shelly of the Muslim Legal Network with Ertunc Yasar Ozen and Moustafa Kheir at Parliament. Photo: Andrew Meares

CAIRO – Feeling targeted by the new anti-terror laws, Australian Muslim scholars have demanded the removal of the offence of “advocating terrorism” from the so-called Foreign Fighters Bill, seeing its broad definition as criminalizing those who teach certain passages of Qur’an and Old Testament.

Tuesday, 14 October 2014 07:50


Muslim group accuses government of double-standards in terror laws



Local Muslims talk of attacks on Israel

Tasmanian MP Andrew Nikolic says he rejects the Islamic Council’s legitimisation of ‘armed struggle’ against Israel. Source: News Corp Australia

AN Islamic group has condemned the government’s planned terror laws as “a provocation to act”, in a strongly worded statement that appears to legitimise participation in attacks on Israel.

In a submission to the joint standing committee on intelligence and security inquiry into the bills, the Islamic Council of Vic­toria has warned of a “volatile clim­ate” in the Middle East that “continues to produce groups which have to take up armed struggle”.

Tuesday, 14 October 2014 07:49





Tuesday 30 September 2014
Written By: Yvonne Ridley

Yvonne Ridley, writes for CAGE from Australia on the increased counter terrorism measures brought in by the current government, to allegedly combat extremist groups such as ISIS. But in the process they're in fact infringing the human rights of the entire population, not just the Muslim community they were designed for. 
Australians have a reputation of being laid back but I fear they are sleep walking into a civil rights disaster with the introduction of new counter terrorism measures, which will mean the surveillance of all their electronic devices and communications.

Tuesday, 14 October 2014 07:48




Tuesday, 14 October 2014 07:46


Skaters leap to aid of Muslim women, lecture public for ignoring abuse



James Turvey, Patrick Burgess, Justin Lanz and Mark Wojcik intervened in an alleged attack on two Muslim women.

James Turvey, Patrick Burgess, Justin Lanz and Mark Wojcik intervened in an alleged attack on two Muslim women. Photo: MAX MASON-HUBERS

Patrick Burgess has a message for those who would stand by while minority groups are persecuted. 

Tuesday, 14 October 2014 07:45


Dozens of anti-Muslim attacks as Islamic leaders warn of community fear



There have been at least 30 attacks on Muslims – mainly against women wearing the hijab – in the three weeks since the police anti-terror raids and threats by Islamic State put relations between the Islamic community and mainstream Australia on edge.

Muslim community leaders are compiling a register of religiously motivated incidents, which includes reports of physical and verbal assaults, threats of violence against senior clerics and damage to mosques.

They claim "mistrust" with police had led to the real rate of anti-Islamic episodes going unreported and the threat of segregation for women wearing the niqab into Parliament had licensed a new wave of people willing to vent against Muslim women in public in recent days.

Tuesday, 14 October 2014 07:44


Shocking racist attack on Queensland rail guard goes viral



Two people are being questioned by Queensland police over a racist rant on a Brisbane train that has been condemned by the prime minister as "deplorable".

A five-minute video of the incident began circulating on social media over the weekend, showing a young man abusing a Queensland Rail security guard with racially-charged insults and other offensive language.

Prime Minister Tony Abbott says he has been briefed about the incident, which has been labelled "un-Australian", by Queensland Premier Campbell Newman.

A young man engaged in racial abuse after a train guard told him to take his feet of the seat.

A young man engaged in racial abuse after a train guard told him to take his feet of the seat.

Tuesday, 14 October 2014 07:37


The pro-white gangs spreading race hate across Australia



A balaclava-clad member of Combat 18, one of several pro-white gangs that has operated in

A balaclava-clad member of Combat 18, one of several pro-white gangs that has operated in Australia.

AUSTRALIA has long had its share of pro-white groups.

But experts say those operating here now are cashing in on recent anti-Islamic sentiment, with more activity on their forums and stronger recruiting efforts.

Tuesday, 14 October 2014 07:34


Does Australia have a racism problem?



Recent negative comments towards Muslims and Chinese highlight lasting legacy of 'White Australia' policy.

Senator Jacqui Lambie (R) has denounced Islamic law and demanded a nationwide ban on the veil [Getty Images]

Melbourne, Australia - On an Australian talk show recently mining multi-millionaire turned populist right-wing politician Clive Palmer called officials in Beijing "Chinese mongrels" who were trying to "take over this country". He later apologised.  

Tuesday, 14 October 2014 07:27


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