Removing the veil shailee mdia3002

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Removing the veil shailee mdia3002

  1. 1. Removing the Veil: theFaces Behind theBurqa DebateThe A-B-C of the Aussie BurqaCrisis: We ask experts what hasbeen done in Australia forMuslim women to blend intothe crowd…
  2. 2. Removing the Veil: theFaces Behind theBurqa DebateThe A-B-C of the Aussie BurqaCrisis: …or stand out in NSW asproblems rather than patriots.
  3. 3. Removing the Veil: theFaces Behind theBurqa DebateMagic or Muslim: Despite aperformer suspended 5 metersabove the ground on a bicycle,he is not the most offbeatsubject in this image.
  4. 4. Removing the Veil: the Faces Behind the Burqa DebateComfy on the Couch: David ClarkMLC and Parliamentary Secretaryfor Justice can rest easy knowingthe new law granting policegreater powers on NSW roads toconfirm identities of womenwearing a veil was well supported.
  5. 5. Removing the Veil: theFaces Behind theBurqa DebateModeration is Mastery: AzizaAbdel-Halim, President of theMuslim Womens NationalNetwork Australia disprovesmisconceptions commonlyheld by people inside and out ofthe Muslim faith about Sharialaw and women’s dress code.
  6. 6. Removing the Veil: theFaces Behind theBurqa DebateNot a Black and WhiteScenario: Dr AnthonyBillingsley, Lecturer ofInternational Relations (UNSW)is never far from the classroomputting chalk-to-board aboutcommunity dynamics, thenrubbing it out.
  7. 7. Removing the Veil: theFaces Behind theBurqa DebateNever Back Down: Religioninspires Dairien Santoro, 24,Karima Ammar, 21 and AlissarFahda, 22, representativesfrom the Islamic Society atUNSW.
  8. 8. Removing the Veil: theFaces Behind theBurqa DebateFacing the Issue: Dairien ismade confident by Islam toexpose her beliefs at UNSWwhere she studies with tens ofthousand of students everyday.

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