Religion News Australia 2017 - 41 (29 Oct - 5 Nov)

  (04 November 17)
  by Greg Spearritt

Religion News Australia

29 October – 5 November, 2017

Religion news stories from Australia

(Research: Greg Spearritt)

 

abuse / arts & entertainment / education / international stories / islam / politics / religion & society

 

 

 

ABUSE

Trial of accused ’evil eight’ paedophile Alfred Impicciatore hears father stayed in room during assaults (ABC News)
Oct 31 - A young Perth girl told police her father stayed in the room while she was sexually abused by strangers because he was making sure she was "OK" and "calming her down."

Churches to be covered by the ACT’s reportable conduct scheme from July 2018 (Sydney Morning Herald)  
Nov 2 - Churches will finally be covered by the ACT’s reportable conduct scheme from July 1 next year.

Former school principal of Maris Brothers guilty of abusing boys in Sydney and Newcastle (ABC News)
Nov 3 - A former Marist Brother school principal found guilty of abusing boys in Sydney and Newcastle has been sentenced to 18 months in jail.

’Their cross to bear’: The Catholic women told to forgive domestic violence (ABC News)
Nov 4 - Over the past three decades spent working for the Catholic Church, Maria George has been exposed to dozens of women who have survived intimate partner violence.

 

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Satanic panic! How horror films and heavy metal made an unholy pact (The Guardian, Australia)  
Nov 1 – (Opinion: Jack Pudwell) Heavy metal and horror cinema, which have now enjoyed a mutually beneficial partnership for half a century, seem to be cut from the same unholy, blackened cloth.

How Bob Dylan found God, and his fans found another boxset to buy (ABC News)
Nov 4 - It reads like a scene from a bad movie.

 

EDUCATION

Respected former Somerville House Council members join criticism (Brisbane Times)
Oct 30 - Two respected former members of the Somerville House School Council have joined the outcry against the school’s governing body, claiming they were kept out of decisions and slamming a “so called ’independent investigation’”.

Catholics warn of more school closures in Victoria under Gonski 2.0 (The Age, Melbourne)
Oct 30 - Victoria’s Catholic education body is warning of school closures under the Turnbull government’s Gonski 2.0 funding model, with two Melbourne schools set to shut this year.

School chaplains still contentious more than a decade after program rollout (ABC News)
Nov 3 - Eleven years ago, Rob Hodgson said a prayer for New South Wales schools.

 

INTERNATIONAL STORIES

Catholic Church

Pope Francis admits: ’When I pray, sometimes I fall asleep’ (The Guardian, Australia)  
Nov 1 - Pope Francis has confessed he sometimes nods off while praying, and claims saints too have been known to grab some Holy shut-eye.

Islam

Frenchwomen accuse Islamic scholar of sexual assault (Sydney Morning Herald)  
Oct 30 - Paris: Amid a recent outpouring by Frenchwomen reporting episodes of sexual harassment and naming their aggressors, two women have accused a renowned Islamic scholar of violent sexual attacks.

Saudi Arabia to allow women into sports stadiums from next year (ABC News)
Oct 30  - Saudi Arabia will allow women into sports stadiums as of next year, the kingdom’s latest step towards easing rules on gender segregation — but they will be seated in the so-called family section, an area separate from the male-only crowd.

Saudi women riled by robot with no hjiab and more rights than them (Sydney Morning Herald)  
Nov 2 - Women in Saudi Arabia have scorned the government’s decision to grant "citizenship" to a female robot who, unlike them, does not need a male guardian nor have to cover her head in public.

SingleMuslim.com: how the Yorkshire dating site transformed Muslim romance (The Guardian, Australia)  
Nov 5 - The business books tell you to follow your heart.

Religious Violence

Sorcery-related violence surges in PNG as women attacked and murdered, accused of witchcraft (ABC News)
Oct 29 - Community leaders in Papua New Guinea have said they are at a loss to explain a recent upsurge in sorcery-related violence that most often targets women, in some parts of the country.

Dozens killed in suicide bomb attack, night-long siege in Somalia (news.com.au)
Oct 30 - DOZENS have died after extremists bombed a hotel and hurled grenades in a siege in Somalia, weeks after the country’s worst-ever attack.

Back to business as Afghan insurgency morphs into a drug cartel (Sydney Morning Herald)  
Oct 30 - Kabul: The labs themselves are simple, tucked into nondescript huts or caves: a couple-dozen empty barrels for mixing, sacks or gallon jugs of precursor chemicals, piles of firewood, a press machine, a generator and a water pump with a long hose to draw from a well dug nearby.

Prime targets: Islamic State’s hit list of high profile individuals (news.com.au)
Oct 31 - THE Islamic State doesn’t tend to discriminate when it comes to who is killed in attacks plotted by the terror group — but it still has its prime targets.

 ’150,000 Americans couldn’t beat us’: Taliban fighters defiant in Afghanistan (The Guardian, Australia)  
Oct 31 - Squatting on the floor, a brown shawl draped over his shoulders, the Taliban commander and his bodyguard swiped on their phones through attack footage edited to look like video games, with computerised crosshairs hovering over targets.

Europe terror tactics strike US (The Australian)
Nov 1 - An Uzbek migrant ploughed a truck into pedestrians in NY, killing eight people in the first “act of terror” in the city since 9/11.

Also: Eight people killed in New York ’act of terror’ after truck drives on to bike path (The Guardian, Australia)  
Nov 1 - Eight people have been killed and more than a dozen injured after a man drove a truck nearly a mile down a bike path in lower Manhattan on Tuesday, striking pedestrians, cyclists and a school bus.

Also: Sayfullo Saipov named as suspect in New York truck attack killings (The Guardian, Australia)  
Nov 1 - The man accused of driving a Home Depot rental truck into a group of pedestrians and cyclists in New York is an Uzbekistan national who lived in New Jersey and drove for Uber.

Also: New York attacker ’felt good about what he had done’ (news.com.au)
Nov 2 - A NEIGHBOUR of the alleged New York terror attacker says the police “need to look” for three men who were seen with him constantly in the weeks preceding his deadly vehicle rampage.

’May their organs implode’: How Melbourne teen Jake Bilardi was groomed by IS (The Age, Melbourne)
Nov 2 - Melbourne teenager Jake Bilardi was recruited into the murderous Islamic State by an American who allegedly encouraged him to carry out a suicide attack in Iraq, telling him he hoped his victims’ organs would implode.

Osama bin Laden’s personal, handwritten diary reveals more about September 11, 2001 attacks (news.com.au)
Nov 2 - ON THE outside it looked like any other notebook.

Also: Bin Laden’s disdain for the west grew in Shakespeare’s birthplace, journal shows (The Guardian, Australia)  
Nov 2 - A summer trip to the UK as a teenager and visits to Shakespeare’s birthplace convinced Osama bin Laden that the west was “decadent”, the late leader of al-Qaida and architect of the 9/11 attacks wrote in his personal journal shortly before he was killed by US special forces in 2011.

Aung San Suu Kyi makes first visit to site of anti-Rohingya violence (The Guardian, Australia)  
Nov 2 - Myanmar’s leader Aung San Suu Kyi arrived on her first visit to conflict-battered northern Rakhine state on Thursday, an official said, an unannounced trip to an area that has seen most of its Rohingya Muslim population forced out by an army campaign.

Also: Myanmar’s Aung Sun Suu Kyi visits Rakhine, reduces Rohingya crisis to a ’quarrel’ (Sydney Morning Herald)  
Nov 5 - Bangkok: Ten weeks after Myanmar’s army embarked on a ruthless crackdown that has driven more than 600,000 Rohingya Muslims from their homes, the country’s de facto leader Aung San Suu Kyi finally visited the scene, telling people not to "quarrel".

Islamic State is on the brink of collapse after recent defeats (news.com.au)
Nov 4 - WITH new losses, the Islamic State group has been driven from more than 96 per cent of the large parts of Iraq and Syria it once held, crushing its goal of establishing a “caliphate” in the region.

Somalia attacks: Anger, helplessness - and a plea to Australia after ’our 9/11’ (Brisbane Times)
Nov 4 - Nairobi, Kenya: The truck bomb that exploded in the centre of Mogadishu on October 14 was the bloodiest such attack in Somalia’s history.

Other

Halloween light parties put a Christian spin on haunted celebrations (The Guardian, Australia)  
Oct 29 - In the face of the sugar-saturated pagan onslaught that is now Halloween, the humble parish church is staging a fightback in which superheroes, subversive pumpkins, circus skills and bouncy castles have become its weapons of choice.

If you believe studies into selfishness, we are all terrible people (The Guardian, Australia)  
Oct 30 – (Opinion: Arwa Mahdawi) In these trying times, when everything seems awful, it’s worth remembering that people are fundamentally good.

Onward Christian Soldiers dropped from local Remembrance Sunday service (The Guardian, Australia)  
Oct 30 - A vicar has dropped the hymn Onward Christian Soldiers from a Remembrance Sunday service next month because of the participation of non-Christians in the commemoration.

Hardline Hindu nationalists campaign against Taj Mahal (The Guardian, Australia)  
Oct 31 - Times are tough for India’s monument to love.

Catholic and Protestant leaders unite to mark start of Reformation (The Guardian, Australia)  
Oct 31 - Catholic and Protestant leaders will stress their mutual bonds 500 years after the start of the Reformation, a movement which tore apart western Christianity and sparked a string of bloody religious wars in Europe lasting more than a century.

 

ISLAM

Tamim Khaja pleads guilty to planning Sydney ’mass murder’ terror attack (ABC News)
Oct 30 - A Sydney man accused of trying to source a gun and suicide vest in order to carry out a lone wolf "mass murder" terrorist attack has pleaded guilty.

Five jailed for terror plot targeting government sites including AFP building and Lithgow jail (ABC News)
Nov 3 - The leader of a terror plot targeting government sites in NSW, including a Sydney police building, has been sentenced to a maximum jail term of more than 22 years.

Also: Sulayman Khalid terrorist group jailed over plot to attack police building and jail (Sydney Morning Herald)  
Nov 3 - A "devout terrorist" has been given a lengthy jail sentence after he and two other males pleaded guilty this year to conspiring to commit a terrorist attack in Sydney.

Australian detained in Lebanon, suspected of trying to join Islamic State in Syria (Sydney Morning Herald)  
Nov 4 - An Australian teenager, suspected of trying to travel to Syria to fight for Islamic State, has been arrested in Lebanon, local officials say.

 

POLITICS

’No Christian-right warrior’ (The Australian)
Nov 1 – (Opinion: Greg Bearup) With just 152 votes, Lucy Gichuhi went from $15 a day to a $200K senate seat. Now she has a game plan.

 

RELIGION & SOCIETY

The God question: listen to your inner voice (The Australian)
Oct 28 – (Opinion: Greg Sheridan) It is more rational to believe in God than to believe there is no God.

Seven reasons Martin Luther and the Protestant Reformation still matter today (ABC News)
Oct 31 - It’s been 500 years since upstart priest Martin Luther nailed his 95 Theses to a church door — or so legend goes — and split the Catholic Church right down the middle.

Catholic, Anglican bishops unite in opposition to Adani mega-mine (Sydney Morning Herald)  
Oct 31 - It may have the Turnbull and Palaszczuk governments firmly in its corner, but the Adani super-mine is facing a formidable new opponent: the Christian faith.

Reformation: Here’s what Martin Luther thought the Catholic Church was wrong about (ABC News)
Oct 31 - On October 31, 1517, German scholar Martin Luther is said to have nailed his argument against the Catholic Church’s sale of better treatment after death to a church door in Wittenberg.

’An evil, satanic tradition’: Halloween celebrations divide Perth (Sydney Morning Herald)  
Oct 31 - While celebrating Halloween has become increasingly popular in WA, it seems not all Perth residents have gotten into the spooky spirit.

An NT haunting: Humpty Doo Poltergeist (news.com.au)
Oct 31 - KNIVES flying through the air at a priest and a pistol cartridge falling from “nowhere”.

Theses that rocked the world (The Australian)
Nov 1 – (Opinion: Eric Metaxas) Five hundred years ago an event occurred that would change the course of history.

Faith’s implacable enemies (The Australian)
Nov 4 – (Opinion: Dyson Heydon) Attacks on Christianity by the modern elites strike at the structures that form the basis of their protected positions.

 

 

 


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