Karan Kaur believes there's not enough diversity in Australian fashion.
Surely it's possible to teach children about different religions.
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“It is time as parents, teachers and administrators we stand up and take back our families, our schools and our country."
'Study the proposals well, pray and choose in conscience.'
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57 per cent of people worried about Muslims, 33 percent about Jews, 29 percent about Buddhists.
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The annual hajj pilgrimage is one of the world's largest gatherings, as some two million people flock to Mecca, Saudi Arabia, to participate in one of Islam's five pillars of faith. The pilgrimage fal...
Sept. 1 marks the World Day of Prayer for the Care of Creation.
He's 90 and nowhere near finished.
Many Australians inherit a cultural affinity with Christianity. Many of us have attended Christian schools, baptised our kids, been married in church-run ceremonies, or attended church for life's big moments. But cultural heritage is unaccompanied by belief in the tenets of the religion, or by regular participation and membership.
1. I didn’t have to convert. I didn’t even have to tell anyone. And it was free. No money changed hands and no guilt was applied. I just said to myself, “I’m an atheist” and it was done. Welcome aboard!
One group of Muslims held a banner reading: “Love for all. Hate for none.”
Australia is constitutionally secular. A true 'No Religion' figure in this census will reaffirm that secular status. Those who framed the constitution were adamant that the nation needed a transparent separation of church and state. But in recent decades, federal parliaments have become increasingly Christianised.
Some politicians have mistakenly suggested that, in order to protect “our” culture and “our” way of life, the parliament should curtail the freedom of Australians to practise any religion that is not Christianity. As well as being offensive to around nine out of 20 Australians, such a restriction is contrary to our own Constitution.