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Sep13

FBI: Australian ISIS jihadist is actually a Jewish American troll

By:  Elise Potaka and Luke McMahon Source: SMH A young Jewish American man has been charged with pretending to be an Australian-based Islamic State jihadist after a FBI joint investigation with the Australian Federal Police based on information provided by Fairfax Media. Joshua Ryne Goldberg, a 20-year old living at his parents’ house in US state of Florida, is accused of posing online as “Australi Witness,” an IS supporter who publicly called for a series of attacks against individuals and events in western countries. In recent days Australi Witness has claimed online that he is working with other jihadists to plan attacks in Australia and the United States. He...

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Aug17

Australian Islamic Fund Manager Crescent Wealth hits $100million milestone

Aug 17 2015 By: MV Media Source: MuslimVillage.com Sydney, Australia – Australian based Islamic fund manager Crescent Wealth today announced it is now managing over $100 Million in Islamic Super and Investments. This makes Crescent Wealth not only one of Australia’s fastest growing Super funds, but also one of the best performing with many of their funds market leaders in their respective sectors. This is a remarkable achievement for a company that launched the world’s first private Islamic pension fund a little over 2 years ago. Now Crescent Wealth is Australia’s leading Islamic superannuation and investment firm. They invest in accordance with Islamic investment principles and...

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Aug14

Melbourne: Islamophobia is real

By: Karen Percy Source: ABC News Nasrin did not know Martin Place gunman Man Haron Monis but during December’s deadly siege the Melbourne IT worker said she felt his actions personally. “I was returning from work on the train — a lady started pushing me with her bag and she started yelling at me and telling me to go back to the Middle East. I didn’t come from the Middle East,” the petite and softly spoken mother of three said. Nasrin is originally from Bangladesh, but has been in Australia since 1991. She was attacked twice around that time and admitted she was “shaken inside” and lived in fear. She would sit next to the emergency button on the train...

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