The Sydney Morning Herald has – shock – run a balanced article about Kirralie Smith and her battle to defend herself against a defamation claim from a halal certifier.
If you are in Sydney or Melbourne, don’t miss her upcoming fundraising dinners…
The Malek Fahd Islamic School was funded by the Saudis and the subsequent debacle that involved misuse of taxpayer grants was entirely predictable. In fact, it was predicted in a forensic audit in 2005. Yet nothing happened and millions went missing.
Now the school is claiming it will remain open even after government funding is withdrawn. Are the Saudis now funding a shadow education system in Australia?
AFIC could soon its status as a charity, as its school and halal operations face scrutiny.
But it is just the tip of the iceberg and a wide-ranging and forensic investigations should be launched into the ongoing financial irregularities within the Islamic community.
When Australia adopts the cultural exports of Saudi Arabia, it should be no surprise that it ends up more like Saudi Arabia.
The halal certification inquiry will hold a public hearing in Sydney today.
Food certification schemes are supposed to provide consumers information.
Unfortunately, halal certification schemes are mostly about raising funds and hiding information from consumers.
If halal certification is about freedom and choice, where has mine gone?
The Lindt Cafe siege and the Battle of Broken Hill were almost exactly 100 years apart. And the coincidences, similarities and uncomfortable truths don’t end there…
Barnaby Joyce is putting Sharia law above the interests of ordinary Australians.