July 26th 2003


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COVER STORY: Universities: battleground for next election?

EDITORIAL: Helping the disabled

SPECIAL REPORT: Ethanol: the untold story

STRAWS IN THE WIND: Star Wars / Provocative

AGRICULTURE: Murray River debate hotting up

QUEENSLAND: Values make a comeback

Will Saddam win Phase II of the war? (letter)

Anti-Western animus (letter)

Deflation causes (letter)

Australia's population challenge? (letter)

Christian victims ignored (letter)

COMMENT: Abstinence: the new trend in sex education

GOVERNMENT: Democracy needs a professional public service

COMMENT: Iraq and future US foreign policy

HONG KONG: Mass rally forces back-flip on national security law

BOOKS: BAUDOLINO by Umberto Eco

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Christian victims ignored (letter)


by Tom King

News Weekly, July 26, 2003
Sir,

Amnesty International recently concluded a symposium in Sydney on the topic: "Refugees are Human Beings too". The media and the churches supported the forum.

What will it take to have comparable interest in the ongoing persecution and murder of Christians throughout the world?

When one contemplates the fact that since 1900, more Christians have been martyred than in all previous recorded history, one can only conclude that we tolerate the most irresponsible manipulation of the media ever seen.

Tom King,
Elanora, Qld




























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