The Q Society of Australia Incorporated, a far-right anti-Muslim organisation founded in 2010 as a non-profit body is to deregister itself due to lack of financial support and in fear of litigation under the proposed religious freedom legislation.
 
 
 
Friday 14 February 2020 | #171-2
 
Islamophobic Q Society
to shut down
 
Mohamed Ainullah
 
 
 
Dutch Islamophobic policitian speaking at a Q Society event in Australia
 
The Q Society of Australia Incorporated, a far-right anti-Muslim organisation founded in 2010 as a non-profit body is to deregister itself due to lack of financial support and in fear of litigation under the proposed religious freedom legislation. The controversial organisation was successfully sued for defamation by the head of Halal Certification Authority, Mohamed Elmouelhy resulting in an apology and out of court settlement in February 2017.
 
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Refugees play in eSport tournament for the win
 
Faseeha Hashmi
 
More than 200 Syrian youth at the Zaatari Refugee camp in Jordan have faced off in an eSports tournament. The eager youngsters consisting of boys and girls from 10 to 18 years old, including those with a disability competed in the final from 31 January to 1 February 2020.
 
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An Australian view of the world
 
Safiya Ilham
 
Professor Bob Carr presented an Australian view of the world including its relationship with US and China on Tuesday 4 February 2020 at the Sydney offices of Affinity during a couch discussion with the former diplomat, Richard Broinowski AO.

 
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A tribute to my living father: Dr Qazi Ashfaq Ahmad OAM
 
Zia Ahmad
 
Soon after his arrival in Sydney in March 1971, he engaged himself with the budding Sydney community of diverse ethnicity and idiosyncrasies, that would include Sunnis and Shias of all shades, Christians and Jews, Hindus, Sikhs and even Qadianis, Bahais and Agha Khanis as well as agnostics and atheists, exchanging ideas and developing cordial relations with their leadership on the basis of human brotherhood.
 
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Faithful speak out at People’s Climate Assembly after bushfires
 
Thea Ormerod
 
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Hindus must support anti-CAA/NRC protests
 
Zafar Ahmad
 
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Australia's loneliness epidemic
 
Gulhan Eryegit Yoldas
 
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