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Environmental movement, activism and legislation in Australia |

Environmental movement, activism and legislation in Australia | | Emil Bodnar | Scoop.it
Australia, over the decades, has focused on key environmental issues such as preservation of landscape quality, improving water quality, waste management, greenhouse emissions, climate change and preservation of national natural heritage to name...

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Geography

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Emil Bodnar's comment, October 3, 2013 12:59 PM
I picked this article because it relates to one of the topic (geography).this article explains the human environment and the movement in Australia.
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Public Servants - Social Media - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

Public Servants - Social Media - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) | Emil Bodnar | Scoop.it
There are many grey areas when it comes to the use of social media by public servants. (TY! This link is good. “@OZloop: @LaLegale @abc730 @craigthomler @GrogsGamut Strange.

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Emil Bodnar's comment, October 3, 2013 1:08 PM
This shows the social subject of Australia for entertainment since its social media
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Australia's New Prime Minister Vows to Bolster Coal Industry As Environmental Groups Denounce Coal Exports

Australia's New Prime Minister Vows to Bolster Coal Industry As Environmental Groups Denounce Coal Exports | Emil Bodnar | Scoop.it
Coal mining has powered the Australian economy for decades. In recent years, thanks to the seemingly insatiable energy appetite of China and other Asian countries, Australia’s coal industry has been ...

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Ali and bradyn's curator insight, October 3, 2013 11:44 AM

This A economic article about the coal industry in Australia 

James and Drew's curator insight, October 3, 2013 12:52 PM

The prime minister of Australia is proposing a national carbon tax, because of the countries huge coal productions. This article is about the topic of economics.

 

Emil Bodnar's comment, October 3, 2013 1:06 PM
This article represents the economic category and the Australian industry
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AUSTRALIAN ABORIGINAL ROCK MUSIC

Aboriginal Rock Music from Australia. Didgeridoo and Rock. I take this song in Alice Springs Australia.

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Arts

 

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A/Prof Jon Willis's curator insight, October 2, 2013 6:50 PM

Great version of Down Under from Narbalek

Emil Bodnar's comment, October 3, 2013 1:10 PM
This goes with the arts category since its original music from Australia
Gillian & Alexis's curator insight, October 3, 2013 1:20 PM

This musical piece represents the intellectual category in the subcategory art and music.  This piece shows Aboriginal music from Australia. We chose this piece because it shows what music they listen to.

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Australia: Girl, 8, calls on Islamic youth to back jihad

Australia: Girl, 8, calls on Islamic youth to back jihad | Emil Bodnar | Scoop.it

Connecting the Global Jihad dots: In June, the American wing of the Counter-Jihad raised hell over the Caliphate Conference.

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The Caliphate Conference was sponsored by Hizb ut-Tahrir—the very same Muslims behind this girl in Australia. The lesson? Americans of all stripes would be wise to stop listening to the national security know-nothings and elected dunces. Political correctness has crippled them. They are incapable of identifying the bad guys and protecting America. 

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(The Australian) - AS Julia Gillard struggled to explain how Muslim children could be used to incite violence, eight-year-old Ruqaya yesterday fronted a congress of Islamic fundamendalists in Sydney to espouse her love for jihad. Addressing a 600-strong crowd at the Australian chapter of Hizb ut-Tahrir in Bankstown in the city's west, the young girl urged all Muslim youth to fight for the restoration of the Islamic caliphate, a single global government for all Muslims established under strict sharia law. 

"My dear brothers and sisters in Islam, as the world gathers against the believers in Syria ... seeking to hijack our sincere and blessed uprisings, children in Sydney would like to send their message of hope and support to the Muslims of (Syria), especially to the children and mothers," she read from notes. "These uprisings have demonstrated that this umma (global Muslim community) is alive and well, her love is for jihad, she is unshackled herself from the fear which she held, and she yearns to once again live under the banner of (the Islamic state).


"Children as young as myself can be seen on the streets joining the uprisings, risking their lives to bring food, water and medicine to their wounded family members, some of them never returning to their mothers ... Nobody is too young," she said.

Ruqaya was the seventh of nine speakers at the "Muslims Rise" conference.
 

Organisers of the event invited the media to report on her address.
 

Julia Gillard yesterday expressed her horror at images showing Muslim children carrying inflammatory placards at a protest in Sydney on Saturday, including one that read "Behead all those who insult the Prophet".
 

Another sign at the protest read "Our dead are in paradise, your dead are in hell".
 

"I do not want to see in the hands of anyone, particularly children, offensive signs that call for the killing of others," the Prime Minister said.
 

"This is not the Australian way.
 

"We believe in freedom of religion and we believe that every religion should be treated with respect."
 

Hizb ut-Tahrir is an international political movement devoted to restoring a caliphate, the last of which collapsed in the 1920s.
 

The movement hopes Islamic fighters in Syria will replace the Assad regime with a caliph-led state that will eventually annex other Muslim countries and promote Islam in the West.
 

The caliphate would also threaten Western nations with jihad if they did not prevent their citizens from defaming the Prophet Mohammed or Islam.
 

It would be established under the same constitution imposed under Mohammed, which could not be reformed.
 

Ruqaya said: "We must work hard to achieve victory. It is enough that your generation and your parents' generation were raised in the absence of the khilafa (caliphate). Do not allow my generation to be added to that list." continue reading

  

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Fatwa On Islam 

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Religion

 

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Emil Bodnar's comment, October 3, 2013 1:12 PM
I picked this since it relates to one of the main religions of Persia
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[Sydney, Australia] Grimshaw submits plans for Australian skyscraper

[Sydney, Australia] Grimshaw submits plans for Australian skyscraper | Emil Bodnar | Scoop.it

Grimshaw submits plans for Aspire Tower, a skyscraper in Parramatta outside Sydney, Australia.

 

The Aspire Tower, designed for a competition held by Parramatta City Council, will have spires reaching to 336 metres and a roof height of 306 metres – higher than the Q1 tower in Queensland, which is currently the tallest building in the southern hemisphere.


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Emil Bodnar's comment, October 3, 2013 1:14 PM
This goes with the political matter of Australia since its one of the popular structures in Australia right now