If the Houla massacre was Syria’s tipping point, has this week been Syria’s turning point? About these ads
Unbeknown to most citizens, a series of powerful, rights-stripping bills are being passed through Australian Federal parliament in the coming weeks, hoping to draw as little attention as possible. These bills are called Stronger Futures legislation, a series of 10-year long federal and state laws detailing mandatory programs the Australian Government will use to control your income, […]
The Syrian city of Houla has become the latest to feel the might of the murderous Assad regime, with over one hundred of its citizens having been massacred on Friday and almost half of those victims being children.
Australia’s asylum seeker debate and mandatory detention policy are two ugly white stains on our national image, having festered for over a decade. They have consistently been on the receiving end of criticism from the United Nations, Amnesty International and other prominent international organisations, damaging our reputation as a welcoming and generous nation.
It comes as no surprise, that as the deadline for the UN – Arab League brokered Syrian ceasefire agreement is upon us, President Assad and his cronies have, like petulant children who stubbornly refuse to lose, changed the rules at the last minute and now refuse to participate.