A new survey of Australian mosques shows that, in the wake of the horrific Christchurch attack, they are still being targeted with threats and actual violence.
Divorce in the Islamic community is a complex subject, battling misperceptions and entrenched stereotypes.
In her maiden speech to the Senate, One Nation leader Pauline Hanson said Australia is in danger of being swamped by Muslims. What does the data say?
We cannot ignore or underestimate the important role police can play in community-based efforts to tackle radicalisation and violent extremism.
Muslims in Australia need to be recognised as full and equal citizens whose faith is not an obstacle to citizenship.
The trick for the jihadist recruiter is to find someone whose alienation will run the gamut to murder, usually by providing an affirmative role model that speaks to their unease.
By casting doubt on the sincerity of Islamic leaders when they condemn terrorism and extremism, the prime minister risks alienating Muslims and dividing instead of uniting the Australian community.