Religion News Australia 2017 - 19 (May 21 - 28)

  (28 May 17)
  by Greg Spearritt

Religion News Australia

May 21 - 28, 2017

Religion news stories from Australia

(Research: Greg Spearritt)

 

 

abuse / catholic church / education / international stories / islam / politics / religion & society

 

 

 

ABUSE

Decision on Cardinal George Pell abuse charges ‘imminent’, police chief says (The Age, Melbourne)
May 26 - Sex crimes detectives are poised to make a decision about whether or not charges will be laid against Cardinal George Pell.

Father of abuse victims Anthony Foster dies (The Age, Melbourne)
May 27 - Tributes are pouring in for Anthony Foster who became a tireless and high-profile advocate for child sexual abuse victims after his daughters were raped by a priest.

Also: Child sex abuse victims advocate Anthony Foster to receive state funeral (The Age, Melbourne)
May 28 - Anthony Foster, the tireless advocate for victims of child sexual abuse, is to receive a state funeral.

 

CATHOLIC CHURCH

How Catholic education sector diverts funding from low-income schools to wealthy schools (Sydney Morning Herald)  
May 23 - Catholic education authorities are short-changing needy schools by up to $1.5 million a year to help keep fees low at schools in wealthy areas in Sydney and Melbourne, government data reveals.

 

EDUCATION

Muslim school stripped of $45m (The Australian)
May 23 - More than $45m has allegedly been stripped since 2000 from nation’s largest Islamic school by peak Muslim body.

Catholic kids barred from casual clothes day unless parents oppose Gonski moves (The Age, Melbourne)
May 26 - A Catholic school in Melbourne’s south east has threatened to bar students from a casual clothes day unless their parents sign letters opposing the Turnbull government’s school funding changes.

 

INTERNATIONAL STORIES

Catholic Church

As Trump lands in Rome, can all roads lead to peace with Pope Francis? (The Guardian, Australia)
May 24 - One man wakes up before dawn each day for hours of prayer and meditation, eschews television and vacations, and has decried the morally bankrupting temptations of wealth, vanity and pride.

Also: Donald Trump and the Pope: Memes, funny videos win the internet (news.com.au)
May 25 - TWO of the world’s most powerful men met for the first time.

Also: Pope looks glum after Vatican meeting with Donald Trump (The Guardian, Australia)
May 25 - Pope Francis once said that Christians must have “cheerful faces and eyes full of joy”.

Also: Pope Francis gives climate change essay to President in Vatican meeting (ABC News)  
May 26 - US President Donald Trump has met with Pope Francis at the Vatican, promising not to forget the pontiff’s message after a half-hour discussion and an exchange of gifts.

Islam

Fears of gay sex ban (The Australian)
May 23 - Indonesian LGBTI advocates fear the country is on the brink of criminalising gay sex.

Jakarta’s former governor Ahok dropping appeal against jail sentence for blasphemy (ABC News)  
May 23 - The wife of Jakarta’s former governor has wept while explaining to the press why her husband has decided not appeal against his jail term.

A rollercoaster ride’: how Trump’s Muslim travel ban has affected lives (The Guardian, Australia)
May 25 - On 27 January, Donald Trump banned travel from seven Muslim-majority countries to the US for 90 days. He also suspended refugee admissions for 120 days.

Ramadan: Controversy in Pakistan over increased penalties for fast-breakers (ABC News)  
May 27 - Critics say a bill currently before Pakistan’s Parliament to increase fines for eating and drinking in public during Ramadan, alongside jail terms of up to three months, is evidence of increasing intolerance in the country.

Lady Justice statue in Bangladesh is removed after Islamist objections (The Guardian, Australia)
May 27 - A statue of Lady Justice has been removed from the supreme court building in the Bangladeshi capital after objections from Islamist groups.

Sharia in Aceh (The Saturday Paper)
May 27 – (Opinion: Martin Goettske) There’s an ear-piercing screech as the loudspeakers mounted on the green jeep are turned on.

Religious Violence

Donald Trump calls on Muslim states to lead fight against radicalisation in Saudi Arabia speech (ABC News)  
May 22 - US President Donald Trump has called on Middle Eastern leaders to combat a "crisis of Islamic extremism" emanating from the region, casting the fight against terrorism as a "battle between good and evil" — not a clash between the West and Islam.

Also: Donald Trump tells Muslim leaders war on terrorism is ‘a battle between good and evil’ (news.com.au)
May 22 - IN AN incredible reversal from his hard line campaign rhetoric, Donald Trump has said that Muslims are the biggest victims of terrorism, in his first major speech to the Muslim world.

SAS sniper kills ISIS terrorist 2.4km away using world’s most powerful rifle (The West Australian)
May 22 - A British SAS sniper killed an ISIS terrorist from almost 2.4km away using a mega-powerful rifle, a report says.

Manchester Arena ‘ error attack’: At least 19 dead, 50 injured after Ariana Grande concert explosion (ABC News)  
May 23 - At least 19 people are dead and about 50 others injured in a suspected terrorist incident at a concert in northern England where Ariana Grande had been performing, British police have confirmed.

Also: Manchester Arena: Deaths confirmed following explosion at Ariana Grande concert (Sydney Morning Herald)  
May 23 - Nineteen people have died and about 50 people are injured following an explosion at Manchester Arena in northern England.

Also: Thousands of concertgoers flee Manchester Arena in terror after ‘loud bangs’ heard  (news.com.au)
May 23 - HORRIFYING witness accounts are starting to emerge after an explosion at an Ariana Grande gig in the UK killed at least 19 people and injured about 50 others.

Also: Manchester attack: the morning after the Ariana Grande concert (Sydney Morning Herald)  
May 23 - London: A suicide bomber has killed at least 22 and injured scores more, in an attack on a Manchester concert of US artist Ariana Grande packed with thousands of young people.

Also: Police name suspected suicide bomber as Salman Abedi; alert level raised; troops on the streets (ABC News)  
May 24 - British authorities have warned a new terror attack may be "imminent", after identifying the suspected suicide bomber who killed 22 people, including children, in an attack on a crowded pop concert in Manchester.

Also: Manchester bombing suspect Salman Abedi: What we know so far (Sydney Morning Herald)  
May 24 - The Manchester Arena suicide bomber had made trips to Libya, Downing Street said on Tuesday, as intelligence agencies combed his connections with al-Qaeda and Islamic State in his parents’ homeland.

Also: Manchester Arena attack: A scene of childish happiness turned into carnage (Brisbane Times)
May 24 - Ariana Grande had just finished the final song of her sell-out concert, and excited children clutching giant pink balloons or wearing kitten ears - Grande’s trademark - were filing out of the Manchester Arena with parents eager to get them home to bed.

Also: Manchester terrorist wanted ‘maximum carnage’, British PM says (news.com.au)
May 24 - THE suicide bomber who killed 22 people and injured 59 more at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester was a university dropout who may have made secret trips to Syria to train for the attack.

Also: From cricket lover to mass killer (The Australian)
May 24 - The Manchester suicide bomber was a “regular kid”, a university student and keen cricket fan. What went wrong?

Also: Endless cycle of jihadism (The Australian)
May 24 – (Opinion: Greg Sheridan) The pop concert attack is a savage reminder the threat is here to stay.

Also: Salman Ramadan Abedi named by police as Manchester Arena attacker (The Guardian, Australia)
May 24 - The man who murdered 22 people and injured 59 others has been named as Salman Ramadan Abedi, a Mancunian of Libyan descent.

Also: Jihadi family: Manchester suicide bomber’s relatives linked to terror (news.com.au)
May 25 - A DISTURBING picture is emerging of Manchester bomber Salman Abedi and his jihadist family, as his father and two brothers are arrested.

Also: More arrests over terror attack (The Australian)
May 25 - Two men have been arrested over the Manchester bombing, bringing to eight the total held in the terror probe.

Also: What Salman Abedi said on final call before Manchester attack (news.com.au)
May 26 - SALMAN Abedi’s sister has given an insight into the life of an angry young man, which may explain why he carried out the deadly attack on Manchester Arena.

Also: Manchester attack: Ariana Grande vows to return for benefit concert; police make 11th arrest (ABC News)  
May 27 - Pop star Ariana Grande has vowed to return to Manchester to give a concert to raise money for the victims of Monday’s deadly bombing, as UK police continued their investigations and arrested a 44-year-old man in connection to the attack.

Also: UK Home Secretary says Manchester Arena suicide bomber’s terror network could still exist (news.com.au)
May 28 - OTHER members of Manchester bomber Salman Abedi’s terror network could still be at large, Home Secretary Amber Rudd says as the operation to hunt them continued at “full tilt”.

Also: How Manchester bomber Salman Abedi was radicalised by his links to Libya (The Guardian, Australia)
May 28 - “Whoever played with his mind, as he saw the kids coming out [of the arena] – all the happy faces – he should have changed his mind.”

How did the left radicalism of my Manchester youth give way to Islamism? (The Guardian, Australia)
May 28 – (Opinion: Kenan Malik) Were I 20 today, would I be attracted to Islamism or desire to become a soldier of Islamic State?

Northern England terror hotbed (The Australian)
May 24 – (Opinion: Ean Higgins) Manchester has long been a hotbed of Islamic extremism.

Two men receive 83 lashes for gay sex in Indonesian province of Aceh (Sydney Morning Herald)  
May 24 - Banda Aceh: The crowd roared as two men in their early 20s - one muttering through clenched teeth - received 83 lashes each outside a mosque in the Indonesian province of Aceh for the crime of gay sex.

UK ‘vulnerable to terror attacks by jihadis unable to reach Syria’ (The Guardian, Australia)
May 24 - Britain has become more vulnerable to terrorist attacks because “frustrated travellers” are finding it more difficult to get to Syria and are being urged by different extremist groups to commit atrocities in the UK.

IS ‘occupies Philippines city’ (The Australian)
May 24 - Philippines president Rodrigo Duterte promises crackdown after IS-aligned militants attacked the city of Marawi.

Also: Police chief beheaded by militants in Philippines during deadly spree (Brisbane Times)
May 25 - Bangkok: Militants allied to Islamic State have rampaged through a southern Philippine town, beheading a local police chief and kidnapping a priest and 10 parishioners, as more firefights broke out and buildings were set ablaze on Thursday.

Also: Islamic State-linked militants besiege Philippine city (news.com.au)
May 25 - ISLAMIC State group-linked militants swept through a southern Philippine city, beheading a police chief, burning buildings and seizing a Catholic priest and his worshippers.

Also: At least 21 killed as Isis-linked militants rampage through Philippines city (The Guardian, Australia)
May 25 - Militants linked to Islamic State swept through a southern Philippine city, beheading a police chief, burning buildings, seizing a Roman Catholic priest and his worshippers and raising the black flag of Isis, regional authorities have said.

Also: Philippine troops launch ‘precision’ strikes against Islamic State-linked extremists (Sydney Morning Herald)  
May 26 - Philippine troops backed by helicopters and tanks launched "precision" strikes on extremists linked to Islamic State as the death toll in a besieged southern city rose to more than 46, with dozens wounded.

Also: ‘They kill defenceless people’: thousands flee Philippine city of Marawi (The Guardian, Australia)
May 27 - The CCTV monitor was showing a live feed of gunmen in the hospital lobby.

Also: Islamic State-linked militants execute civilians in Philippines as conflict intensifies: Police (ABC News)  
May 28 - Bodies of what appear to be executed civilians have been found in a ravine outside a besieged Philippine city as a six-day occupation by Islamist rebels resisting a military onslaught takes a more sinister turn.

Also: Marawi: Isis rampage in Philippines continues with 19 civilians killed (The Guardian, Australia)
May 28 - Islamist militants locked in street-to-street battles with security forces in a southern Philippine city have killed 19 civilians, the military said Sunday, bringing the official death toll from nearly a week of fighting to at least 85.

Islamic State link hits Jakarta (The Australian)
May 25 - Three policemen killed, 10 injured in Jakarta suicide bomb attack believed to be linked to IS strike in Philippines.

Gunmen kill 28 Coptic Christians on buses bound for Egyptian monastery (ABC News)  
May 27 - Masked gunmen have attacked a group of Coptic Christians in southern Egypt, killing at least 28 people and wounding 25 others as they were driving to a monastery, the country’s Health Ministry said.

Egypt: Gunmen kill dozens, including children, in bus attack on Coptic Christians (Brisbane Times)
May 27 - Cairo: Gunmen attacked a group of Coptic Christians travelling to a monastery in central Egypt on Friday, killing 28 people and wounding 24, with many children among the victims, Health Ministry officials said.

Oregon train stabbings: Two men killed after trying to stop anti-Muslim abuse (ABC News)  
May 28 - A man fatally stabbed two passengers and injured a third aboard a commuter light-rail train in Portland, Oregon, after they tried to stop him from harassing two young women, one who appeared to be Muslim, police said.

Other

Who better to lecture Muslims than Islam expert Donald Trump? (The Guardian, Australia)
May 22 – (Opinion: David Shariatmadari) If there’s anything consistent about the Trump White House so far, it’s that people get appointed to positions for which they are totally unsuited.

 

ISLAM

Yassmin Abdel-Magied says treatment over Anzac Day post was unfair (news.com.au)
May 23 - SHE sparked a firestorm over a controversial Anzac Day Facebook post.

South Australian woman charged with being IS member (Sydney Morning Herald)  
May 24 - A South Australian woman charged with being a member of Islamic State has been on the radar of counter-terrorism police for more than 10 months after being stopped trying to leave the country.

Proposed Islamic hub draws cross chamber accusations among Brisbane councillors (Brisbane Times)
May 24 - An Islamic school’s plans to create a master planned hub in Brisbane’s south west has sparked fiery debate, including accusations of ‘ acial undertones’, between the city’s leaders.

Our public discourse is weakened by one-trick contrarians (Sydney Morning Herald)  
May 24 – (Opinion: Alex McKinnon ) Earlier this week, the ABC’s Media Watch turned its attention to Mohammad Tawhidi, a self-described "imam of peace" who has built a significant media profile thanks to his strange stances on issues affecting Australian Muslims.

Muslim leaders clash in fiery debate on Sunrise (news.com.au)
May 25 - TWO prominent Australian Muslim leaders have clashed live on air during a fiery debate about extremism and Islam.

Leave Aussie jihadists in war zone (The Australian)
May 25 – (Opinion: Jason Thomas) Allowing Islamic State fighters back is far too risky.

Manchester bombing was a hate crime against women and girls (Sydney Morning Herald)  
May 26 – (Opinion: Anne Summers) It’s grim to have to say this but the facts seem inexorably to lead to the conclusion that the Manchester bombing was a hate crime against women.

Don’ deny Islam-terror link (The Australian)
May 26 – (Opinion: Stephen Chavura) Tiptoeing around the facts makes it harder for us all in dealing with fundamentalism and radicalism.

 

POLITICS

‘Second generation Muslim issue’ (The Australian)
May 24 - Pauline Hanson urges Australia to “look honestly at the problem of second generation Muslim radicalisation”.

Dumping on Trump and Hanson’s halal grilling: all in a day at estimates (Sydney Morning Herald)  
May 24 - George Brandis, Attorney-General, was trying valiantly to avoid casting indelicate reflection on Donald Trump, blabber of secrets, and his reliability as a recipient of Australian security intelligence.

One Nation senator rejects party’s centrepiece Muslim immigration ban (Brisbane Times)
May 25 - Newly installed One Nation senator Peter Georgiou has rejected his party’s opposition to Muslim migration, a central tenet of leader Pauline Hanson’s policy platform.

‘Absolutely no evidence’: ASIO boss shuts down Hanson over refugee terror links (Sydney Morning Herald)  
May 26 - The head of Australia’s top spy agency has rebuffed One Nation leader Pauline Hanson over her fears that refugees were contributing to terrorism.

Also: When worlds collide: Pauline Hanson’s reality check (Brisbane Times)
May 27 – (Opinion: Mark Kenny) It is no revelation that an increasingly unabashed discourse of racism, nativist superiority and religious intolerance floats on ignorance.

 

RELIGION & SOCIETY

Yassmin ‘inappropriate, not offensive’ (The Australian)
May 25 - Gillian Triggs has strengthened her public defence of Muslim activist Yassmin Abdel-Magied in her final Senate estimates appearance.

Euthanasia debate begins in latest Tasmanian bid to legalise assisted suicide (ABC News)  
May 25 - A Tasmanian politician has urged her colleagues to end the "suffering and pain" of terminally ill people being driven to "desperate suicide", as the latest bid to change the laws to allow voluntary assisted dying is debated in Parliament.

Casey Dellacqua responds on Twitter to Margaret Court’s anti-gay marriage stance (Sydney Morning Herald)  
May 26 - Australian player Casey Dellacqua is fed up with Margaret Court’s anti-gay marriage stance after her family was targeted for criticism by the tennis great.

Also: Margaret Court’s anti-gay rights stance deserves a boycott of its own (Sydney Morning Herald)  
May 26 – (Opinion: Peter FitzSimons) The Margaret Court thing?

Also: Tennis great accuses gay community of ‘ullying’ over Margaret Court Arena name change (Sydney Morning Herald)  
May 27 - Tennis great Margaret Court has hit back against calls to rebadge the stadium named in her honour, accusing the gay community of bullying, while appearing to attack the Safe Schools program.

Also: Margaret Court controversy grows as her very own arena comes out for ‘inclusion’ (Brisbane Times)
May 27 - The arena named after tennis great Margaret Court has taken to Twitter to distance itself – or at least its management – from her incendiary stance on same-sex marriage.

Eight steps to mind control: How cults suck ordinary people in (news.com.au)
May 27 - ON THE evening of the 18th November 1978, Jim Jones persuaded his followers to drink a punch laced with cyanide.

 


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