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Sent: August 29, 2019 11:03 PM
Subject: AMUST September issue is out: Kashmir: Paradise lost
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Friday 30 August 2019 | #166-1
Modi annexes Kashmir
The valley of Kashmir, akin to paradise on earth has now been in total lockdown for almost a month where Kashmiris remain caged under brutal lockdown by Indian military using strict curfew conditions, razor wire roadblocks and total ban on communication with suspension of internet, landline and mobile phone services since Monday 5 August.
The fears of the white supremacists
The Australian Conservative Political Action Conference, an unedifying united front between the old mainstream conservatives, who pose as “Liberals” in Australia, and the alt-right stream, which we witnessed in August in Sydney, put on show, the fears they hold in common.
Palestinians, Rohingyas, Uyghurs and now Kashmiris: Victims of might is right
Emboldened by the successful oppression of Palestinians by Israel, Uyghurs by Chinese, Rohingyas by the Burmese, now the Modi government in India has taken the bold step of annexing Kashmir thus completely denying any chance of self-determination for the indigenous people of Kashmir.
Lifetime Achievement Awards for Islamic school pioneers
The Centre of Islamic Thoughts and Education (CITE), University of South Australia honored Mr Salah Salman AM and Mr Mohamed Hassan OAM with a Life Achievement Award on Saturday 13 July 2019 at the Islamic Museum of Australia in Melbourne during the Gala Dinner of the 4th Annual Australian Islamic Schooling Conference.
Screening of 'The Sultan & the Saint'
Dr Patrick Mclnerney
Australians should stand with Kashmiris for self-determination
Refugee experience during Eid and at Jewish Museum
Zia Ahmad, Editor-in-Chief
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