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Double standards in attack on Yassmin - The Mercury;

Double standards in attack on Yassmin - The Mercury

The MercuryDouble standards in attack on YassminThe MercuryTHERE is a form of political correctness in this nation and it is enforced by screeching hypocritical and right wing commentators, media outlets and politicians. Intolerance, barely disguised racism and prejudice are the hallmarks of this cabal of free ...and more »

Zealots run riot - Geelong Advertiser;

Zealots run riot - Geelong Advertiser

Geelong AdvertiserZealots run riotGeelong AdvertiserI HAD intended to devote this column to our new Anzac Day dawn service in Geelong and, as a member of the little committee which organised it, assure the RSL and others, that our intention has never been to compete with or hurt the traditional local ...and more »

Turnbull now makes even Shorten look good - dailytelegraph.com.au;

Turnbull now makes even Shorten look good - dailytelegraph.com.au

dailytelegraph.com.auTurnbull now makes even Shorten look gooddailytelegraph.com.auLATE in 2015, some weeks after Malcolm Turnbull's successful coup against Prime Minister Tony Abbott, I found myself in conversation with a senior Liberal MP. It was a casual, private chat. We skated over a few topics before the MP offered an unbidden ...and more »

Divisive? There's nothing divisive about it - Courier Mail;

Divisive? There's nothing divisive about it - Courier Mail

Courier MailDivisive? There's nothing divisive about itCourier MailWHEN was the last time we enjoyed Anzac Day, Christmas, Australia Day, or even Easter without extreme elements from the Right or Left going off like frogs in socks about politics, religion and identity?and more »

Andrew Bolt on Yassmin Abdel-Magied: Time to defend Australian values from Islam's demands - Herald Sun;

Andrew Bolt on Yassmin Abdel-Magied: Time to defend Australian values from Islam's demands - Herald Sun

Herald SunAndrew Bolt on Yassmin Abdel-Magied: Time to defend Australian values from Islam's demandsHerald SunA “SENIOR Liberal” last week proved we can't rely on our political class to defend our culture from Islam's demands. This “senior Liberal”, a West Australian, complained to their local paper that former prime minister Tony Abbott would give a speech on ...and more »

Less flak and more gratitude, Yassmin - Courier Mail;

Less flak and more gratitude, Yassmin - Courier Mail

Courier MailLess flak and more gratitude, YassminCourier MailNEXT time Yassmin Abdel-Magied wants to post a snappy, pithy tweet of three punctuated words followed by four more in brackets, may I suggest the following: Thank. You. Australia. (Education, Equality, Security, Opportunity). Maybe that way she might ...and more »

Who gave this Islamic idiot a soapbox? - dailytelegraph.com.au;

Who gave this Islamic idiot a soapbox? - dailytelegraph.com.au

dailytelegraph.com.auWho gave this Islamic idiot a soapbox?dailytelegraph.com.auAS idiots come, they don't get much bigger than the silly Muslim woman Yassmin Abdel-Magied, but as stupid as she so obviously is, those who have fallen over themselves to promote multiculturalism across the private and public sector are of far greater ...and more »

Sacking Yassmin 'would fuel hatred' - dailytelegraph.com.au;

Sacking Yassmin 'would fuel hatred' - dailytelegraph.com.au

dailytelegraph.com.auSacking Yassmin 'would fuel hatred'dailytelegraph.com.auLIBERAL politicians are split about whether Muslim activist Yassmin Abdel-Magied should be sacked from her taxpayer-funded advisory role. One MP said it would “fuel an undercurrent of hatred” and “add fuel to the fire” for extremists. ABC presenter ...and more »

Calls to sack ABC presenter over Anzac post - Normangee Star;

Calls to sack ABC presenter over Anzac post - Normangee Star

Normangee StarCalls to sack ABC presenter over Anzac postNormangee StarA quick reminder in case you were just living your life yesterday: people are furious about a post commentator Yassmin Abdel-Magied made on her Facebook, and even more furious about the fact the ABC won't sack her for said post. Mr Hartsuyker labelled ...and more »

Yassmin Abdel-Magied's book tour cost taxpayers $11000 - Daily Mail;

Yassmin Abdel-Magied's book tour cost taxpayers $11000 - Daily Mail

Daily MailYassmin Abdel-Magied's book tour cost taxpayers $11000Daily MailMuslim activist Yassmin Abdel-Magied who recently came under fire for her 'disrespectful' Anzac Day comments went on a government-funded book tour of the Middle East which cost taxpayers more than $11,000. The book tour in late 2016 took the ABC ...and more »

Yassmin Abdel-Magied says Jacqui Lambie Sharia law comments 'the last straw' - The Flinders News;

Yassmin Abdel-Magied says Jacqui Lambie Sharia law comments 'the last straw' - The Flinders News

The Flinders NewsYassmin Abdel-Magied says Jacqui Lambie Sharia law comments 'the last straw'The Flinders NewsWhen the going gets tough, Yassmin Abdel-Magied thinks of the US civil rights movement. She thinks of uprisings in Egypt and her birth country Sudan. People like her parents who fought and still fight for a better life. Ms Abdel-Magied's battle is ...and more »

WITH FRIENDS LIKE YASSMIN'S, SHE DOESN'T NEED ENEMIES - Herald Sun (blog);

WITH FRIENDS LIKE YASSMIN'S, SHE DOESN'T NEED ENEMIES - Herald Sun (blog)

Herald Sun (blog)WITH FRIENDS LIKE YASSMIN'S, SHE DOESN'T NEED ENEMIESHerald Sun (blog)ABC presenter Yassmin Abdel-Magied is under attack for using Anzac Day to imply Australians were mean to Muslims. She's apologised, but her defenders - including shrieking Clementine Ford and former ABC host Richard Ackland - aren't helping by ...and more »

Contemplating the world on Anzac Day - Shepparton News;

Contemplating the world on Anzac Day - Shepparton News

Shepparton NewsContemplating the world on Anzac DayShepparton NewsOn the eve before Anzac Day this year, I found myself alone in my room contemplating the world. As these things usually begin, I was taking part in an innocuous, nonchalant scroll through my Facebook feed, when I began to see a pattern emerge in the ...and more »

George Christensen: Anzac principles 'under attack' - Mackay Daily Mercury;

George Christensen: Anzac principles 'under attack' - Mackay Daily Mercury

Mackay Daily MercuryGeorge Christensen: Anzac principles 'under attack'Mackay Daily MercuryOPINION: I WONDER how many of our proud servicemen and women have felt sick at heart by the latest attacks this week on all that they hold dear about the Anzac tradition. They have been surprise attacks, coming from the enemy within; from those who ...and more »

The farce post - The Saturday Paper (subscription)

The farce postThe Saturday Paper (subscription)Sometimes it comes as numb disgust. There is not much more one can feel when this industry betrays itself, when journalism so forgets its purpose and treats a life as a game. Yassmin Abdel-Magied is a person of thoughtful integrity. She approaches life ...and more »

Anzac reality still to dawn on activists like ABC's Abdel-Magied - The Australian;

Anzac reality still to dawn on activists like ABC's Abdel-Magied - The Australian

The AustralianAnzac reality still to dawn on activists like ABC's Abdel-MagiedThe AustralianAnzac Day is not a celebration. Anzac Day is, and always was, a commemoration. Anzac Day is a sober reflection on all we have lost, in particular the young men who did not come home to raise their children and grandchildren. They are the ones who did ...and more »

Anzac Day post demonstrated a lack of respect - The Australian

Anzac Day post demonstrated a lack of respectThe AustralianIt is mistaken to gauge society by the behaviour of those who represent the small core of true deplorables we are fated to endure. A better measure is the conduct of institutions. In the Anzac Day post by Yassmin Abdel-Magied we see an utter lack of ...and more »

Last Post, April 29 - The Australian

Last Post, April 29The AustralianWhile Yassmin Abdel-Magied is free to express her views on refugees, it was insensitive to do so on Anzac Day, a day that holds special reverence for Australians. It's just as if someone was to remind us all of Islamist extremism during Ramadan.and more »

Yassmin Abdel-Magied quiet on oppression of women on recent book tour - The Australian;

Yassmin Abdel-Magied quiet on oppression of women on recent book tour - The Australian

The AustralianYassmin Abdel-Magied quiet on oppression of women on recent book tourThe AustralianSpeeches delivered by Muslim activist Yassmin Abdel-Magied during her taxpayer-funded tour of the Middle East and Africa did not include any mention of the oppression of women in the countries she visited. The ABC employee's Department of Foreign ...and more »

Short Takes - Newcastle Herald

Short TakesNewcastle HeraldIF the Greek diet is superior, why does Australia rank number three for longevity and Greece 24 in longevity? Paul Norberry, Wallsend. SO Yasmin Abdel-Magied has put her foot in it again. Thousands have called for her dismissal as a presenter after her ...and more »