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Jun08

Growing up with one of Australia’s notorious ISIS members

By: Mahmood Fazal Source: vice.com Here you can listen to the rap tracks he made before fighting for ISIS. In 2015, Neil Prakash was arrested and detained in Turkey. Neil is the most senior Australian Islamic State terrorist to be captured alive. He was caught after he decided to expanded his terrorist agenda from the ISIS stronghold of Raqqa to Turkey where he allegedly led a cell of engineers who were developing drones for terrorist strikes. For the past four years, the Australian government has been trying to extradite Neil from Turkey to face terrorism charges in Australia, however his trial has been postponed due to the investigation of another terror-related investigation in Turkey....

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Jun06

Australia’s Indigenous and Muslim leaders urge tolerance as Islamophobia rises

By: Emily Ritchie Source: The Australian.com The National Congress of Australia’s First Peoples and the ­Islamic Council of Victoria have signed a joint commitment to increasing religious and racial tolerance in Australia and announced they will co-fund a scholarship for refugees at La Trobe University. The accord is the first in Australian history between a faith body and the national congress. Jackie Huggins, co-chair of the national congress, said her organisation looked forward to working closely with the council. “In a multicultural country such as Australia, it is important that we all share this week as ­National Reconciliation Week as proud citizens,” Ms Huggins said. “ICV have...

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Jun03

Ramadan meals at the Prophet’s ﷺ mosque

By: Arab News Source: Arab News JEDDAH: The residents of Madinah have been using the Muslim holy month of Ramadan to take the opportunity to welcome worshippers at Al-Masjid An-Nabawi (the Prophet’s Mosque) and express their hospitality. Iftar gatherings such as these bring the Madinah community together to socialize and challenge one another in performing good deeds. The Saudi Press Agency (SPA) took a series of photos that reflect the Ramadan spirit at the Prophet’s mosque, with Madinah residents rushing to serve worshippers Iftar (break fast) meals prepared from the best local cuisine. A unit dedicated to serving Iftar has provided a guide for those who want to serve meals. Servers are...

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