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Media Appearances
Victoria Sentas discusses AMCRAN Booklet on Voice of Islam Radio Print E-mail
Media Appearances
Monday, 18 May 2009

 

Victoria Sentas (Board Member of AMCRAN) was interviewed on May 11, 2009, by Rania on Voice Of Islam Radio in a mix of Arabic and English (also present were Abla Kadous from the Islamic Women's Welfare Association and Salim Sukkari assisting with translation). 

 

Topics discussed in the interview include what AMCRAN does, the ASIO, the Police and You publication, and specifc details covered in the booklet. While the main discussion is in English, it was also interpreted into Arabic live.  

 

You can download it here, or you can play (stream) it below. 

 

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Know your rights Print E-mail
Media Appearances
Saturday, 19 July 2008

 

On July 17, 50 people heard Dr Mohamed Haneef’s lawyer, Peter Russo, launch a guide to Australia’s “anti-terror” legislation in Bankstown Town Hall.

Anti-Terrorism Laws: ASIO, the Police and You, is produced by the Australian Muslim Civil Rights Advocacy Network (AMCRAN) and the University of Technology, Sydney’s Community Law Centre. It is now in its third edition.
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Spies in the eyes of others Print E-mail
Media Appearances
Saturday, 17 November 2007

 

The bungled, sledgehammer handling of another case is a blow to counter-terrorism efforts, writes Tom Allard.

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Spying on the spies Print E-mail
Media Appearances
Wednesday, 14 November 2007
 
IT took more than an hour during what's called an informal chat before ASIO agents realised they had the wrong person.
 
The innocent Sydney man plucked from his daily routine and plunged into the shadowy world of counter-terrorism was so traumatised by his treatment at the hands of Australia's spies, he complained to the Australian Muslims Civil Rights Advocacy Network.
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'Poisoned' relationship between Muslims, police: civil rights advocate Print E-mail
Media Appearances
Saturday, 21 July 2007

 

ELIZABETH JACKSON: A civil rights advocate says the relationship between Australian Muslims and police has been "poisoned" to the point where Muslims will be reluctant to offer any help in future terrorism investigations out of fear for their own safety.

Matt Brown reports.

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