February 17th 2007


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EDITORIAL: The Qantas buyout - how to avoid tax

SCHOOLS: Education or political indoctrination?

CANBERRA OBSERVED: Eight months for Howard to claw his way back

WATER: PM puts water on the agenda, but ...

BUSHFIRES: Fuel-reduction burn-offs needed - ACT Coroner

STRAWS IN THE WIND: Double double, toil and trouble / Choosing a new battlefield / Immigration mess / A fire sale for DFAT?

INTELLIGENCE CORNER: The next socialist Shangri-La / Downplaying the Islamist threat / Beware the Bear

INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS: Pakistan feels jilted by US-India nuclear deal

SPECIAL FEATURE: The legacy of B.A. Santamaria

MARRIAGE AND FAMILY: Rights and wrongs in relationship recognition

PREGNANCY COUNSELLING: Health Minister Abbott's initiative attacked

OPINION: My unhappy memories of Julia

SCIENCE: WA bid to host $2 billion radio telescope

Milton Friedman let off far too lightly (letter)

Free-market capitalism and Christianity (letter)

The enemy in our midst (letter)

Nativity film defended (letter)

CINEMA: Heroism amidst inhumanity - Blood Diamond

CINEMA: Enchanting story for all ages - Miss Potter

AS THE WORLD TURNS: Those with superior intelligence need to learn to be wise

BOOKS: TREASON IN TUDOR ENGLAND: Politics and Paranoia, by Lacey Baldwin Smith

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The enemy in our midst (letter)


by Greg O'Regan

News Weekly, February 17, 2007

Sir,

If evidence is wanted that within Australia there is a community that works at being "a state within a state" — a community that is incompatible with, and intolerant of, our society — the latest uncovering of the malicious intent and subversiveness of Sheik Feiz Mohammad gives proof.

He expresses abhorrent views on Jews and encourages child martyr-warriors.

Meanwhile, most of our politicians squeak, but collectively do the minimum, about strengthening our laws to curb sedition, incitement, fifth columnists and fellow-travellers (academic and otherwise).

Like our media, they are tangled in the coils of political correctness, and hobbled by the twin heresies of multiculturalism and "diversity". It is as if they fear that by being strong about the problem, they become the problem themselves.

Greg O'Regan,
Farrer, ACT




























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