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"Engagement is an effective way to promote accurate and responsible media reporting."
Not Bad for Telegraph
September 23rd, 2013: JMA wrote to commend an editorial by Sydney's Daily Telegraph newspaper titled: "Terrorist attacks an insult to Islam." The opinion piece highlighted an important truth that "with every act of violence and every hate-filled word do more to deface the religion in whose name they claim to act than any human being on the planet." A point ignored by some in the media.
Lakemba Two Worlds
April 13, 2013: JMA wrote to Trent Dalton about his piece in the Weekend Australian. Balanced and refreshingly insightful. An approach not often taken in coverage of issues related to Australian Muslims and citizens of Lebanese background.
Feb 16, 2013: JMA wrote to thank Emma Partridge for her report - a welcome contribution to responsible engagement of communities in the media promoting harmonious co-existence. "Ms Smith said those who thought of Islam as a religion that oppressed woman had probably never had a conversation or cup of tea with a Muslim woman."
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July 27th, 2012: JMA wrote to Bernard Salt acknowledging his insightful analysis in The Australian on religion in the suburbs based on Census 2011. Particularly his comment on religious communities living harmoniously – a reality that is too often overlooked in the daily preoccupation with conflict in the media.
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