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Labor's Dr Aly, a counter-terrorism expert before she was elected to parliament in 2016, has argued there is 'scope to reassess' extending section 18C so the definition of race 'extends to religion'.'I find it a little bit strange that someone can call you a "dirty Arab" and that be covered under the bill, but if they called you a dirty Muslim, you're not covered [under 18C],' she told The Australian. I'd like to see that discussion happen because I think we have definitely seen an increase in anti-Islamic rhetoric.'The Perth-based MP also claims Muslim women were having their hijabs ripped off.

Religious vilification laws potentially threaten secular values and open the door to blasphemy cases if they are legally exploited by religious groups.However, Bella is quick to point out one important element to consider in such judgments."People think we're the same and that we've been working just as long, but I'm two years behind her," she said. " While she's already well on her way to conquering the entire industry, the catwalk pro has also made strides in letting the stress of the job roll off her shoulders."I think I've gotten more used to being around people," Bella said. I'm a very sensitive person."Amid conflict between the American government and immigrants living in the United States, the star can't help but reflect on her own roots as the daughter of a Muslim refugee.This page will be updated whenever new page additions, articles and other resources are added to the site.Each item carries a posting date indicating when it first went online.Muslim girls in Sydney are dressed in white from head to toe as part of a hijab ceremony to signify the age when they must cover up their bodies, with an Islamic imam slamming it as a step toward Sharia law.

Australia's most senior Shia cleric Sheikh Kamal Mousselmani presided over the ceremony where 24 girls walked on stage to show their maturity.'The hijab is compulsory for the girls when they become nine according to our religion,' he told Daily Mail Australia.

Islamist psychologist Hanan Dover described the government as 's****' on her Facebook page and praised Dr Aly as a 'federal minister' even though she's in opposition and doesn't even hold a shadow frontbench position.'When you're a bad*** federal minister like Anne Aly asking the PM Malcolm Turnbull an important and very simple and question on 18C Racial Discrimination Act and he couldn't answer it, this is the look you give,' she said with an image of her in parliament.

Ms Dover is also campaigning to stop Somali-born Islam critic Ayaan Hirsi Ali from touring Australian next month and has previously represented accused terror suspects.

The girls were dressed in white, the same shade as a wedding dress, however Sheikh Mousselmani denied the ceremony was about preparing girls for marriage, despite Islamic law saying girls reach maturity at the age of eight.'You want me to tell you that it was a marriage ceremony. 'It's a white colour, it's a happy colour.'However Adelaide Shia leader Imam Shaikh Mohammad Tawhidi said Islam classified eight as the adult age for girls and was worried by the ceremony's symbolism.'I confirm that according to Islamic jurisprudence, a Muslim girl reaches the stage of maturity at eight to nine years of age,' he said.'Hence the celebration took place, which means that they're no longer girls but adult females who would lead an adult life, including marriage.'This goes against the Australian values and social ethics and is basically promoting and imposing Sharia law in Australia.'The 34-year-old Iranian-born religious leader, who moved to Australia from Iraq in 1995, said the girls would have no idea how the ceremony symbolised them entering adulthood.

Sheikh Tawhidi said the hijab was only ever worn to symbolise maturity, which meant the hijab ceremony was different to a modern Jewish bar mitzvah, as Judaism had reformed to extend childhood.'The lives of those girls change from that point onwards and they're treated as adults,' he said.

While Bella Hadid may be virtually everywhere (her face graces billboards and the pages of magazines on nearly a daily basis), there's still much to understand about the 20-year-old rising fashion star.