MUCH has been made of the protests in Sydney by a group of followers of the Islamic faith on the weekend.
Certainly it has done their cause no favours as the protest seemed to almost spiral out of control.
In fact, all they’ve done it to drive people to seek out this piece of rubbish on the internet instead of letting it settle into a mire of oblivion.
As a nation, Australians are known to have a more relaxed view on the world.
And as a nation we’ve not seen a lot of extremist behaviour, what was seen on the weekend was a shock to many.
Perhaps as a nation we’re not subject to what is seen at much higher frequencies in Europe, the sub-continent and the Middle East.
But just because it happens over there, it doesn’t have to happen here.
Responsible Muslim leaders condemned the violence.
It should also be mentioned some Muslims, alarmed by the text messages being circulated, made contact with police agencies and thus with such a warning, the situation did not turn out any worse. And for this we should be thankful.
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Congratulations go to cross-town rivals, the Dubbo Roos and their opponents, the Rhinos for the tough battle that was the third grade rugby union premiership played in Orange on the weekend.
Also winners were the Roos’ colts team who were undefeated all season.
Commiserations to the Roos first grade team who came up against the undefeated Orange team in the title decider.
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