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Muslim Lives Don’t Matter: The Missing Australian Debate On Destroying Libya

Australia’s indifference to the suffering of Muslims in Libya – a suffering we helped inflict – speaks more for our nation’s hatred of Muslims than any hate-speech Pauline Hanson has ever uttered, writes Michael Brull. At the time of writing, somewhere between 21 per cent and 51 per cent of Australians are in shock at [...] The post Muslim Lives Don’t Matter: The Missing Australian Debate On Destroying Libya appeared first on New Matilda.
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