Snaps from down under


Busy as a bee down here in Oz. Melbourne is a fantastic city and the people are wonderful. I spoke last night to a young, enthused SRO crowd. Activists in training. It was a brilliant event. Props to Debbie Robinson of SION and the Q Society for organizing such a spectacular symposium, the First International Symposium on Liberty and Islam in Australia.photo 1Dr. Mordechai Kedar, Israeli scholar of Arabic and Islam, a lecturer and the director of the Center for the Study of the Middle East and Islam at Bar-Ilan University, Israel. He specializes in Islamic ideology and movements, the political discourse of Arab countries, the Arabic mass media, and the Syrian domestic arena. Dr Kedar served for 25 years in IDF Military Intelligence and is author of numerous monographs, articles, op-eds and books. He regularly appears on Arab language TV stations defending Israel.

photo 4 Full house in Oz

Australia SION Q events

Gavin Boby Gavin Boby – UK planning attorney and director of The British Law and Freedom Centre, an organisation assisting community groups (pro bono) faced with inappropriate planning applications for mosques in their neighbourhood. Gavin has spoken in the EU, parliament, Canada and Australia in 2012. His written monograph is titled “Life without Politicians.” ashraf ramalleh pamela geller Founder and president of Voice of the Copts, a human rights nonprofit organisation with offices in Italy and the United States. A native of Egypt, Dr. Ramelah is dedicated to the Coptic cause and believes his life’s mission is to speak up for the oppressed Copts unable to speak out for themselves. When not meeting with politicalfigures , Dr. Ramelah spends his time giving talks about the Coptic issue and explaining to the West the oppression of the Copts in Egypt. Dr. Ramelah was invited to address the European Parliament (2010) and was keynote speaker in the Italian Parliament (2011) on the issue of Coptic persecution in Egypt.

photo 3Kirralie Smith – Founder and director of HalalChoices. Kirralie holds a BA in Theology and lives with her family in coastal New South Wales. What started as an attempt to put together a shopping list for her family led to two years of research into halal certification schemes in Australia; as well as our most comprehensive resource concerning these tax-like schemes now imposed on the majority of our food products.
photo 4Wonderful kaffeeklatsch with activists and supporters

Australia SION Q SocietyRobert Spencer, Deborah Robinson and others

photo(12)Nonie Darwish and me

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