Under current laws, the Federal Government can only strip citizenship from people who have been sentenced to at least six years' jail, but Scott Morrison will introduce legislation so citizenship can be taken from anyone convicted of terrorism offences.
Scott Morrison accuses Imams of not doing enough to prevent Muslim radicalisation, prompting them to pull out of a planned meeting with the Prime Minister.
An Iraqi court handed down the ruling after Tarek Khayat allegedly made detailed admissions about the operations and plots of the extremist group, the ABC learns.
The violence in Melbourne's Bourke Street last Friday is still being investigated as a terrorist incident and discussions about the nature of the terrorist threat tends to go around in circles, as the same issues are raised, commented upon, and then forgotten, writes Rodger Shanahan.
Students from Indonesia and Australia collaborate on a unique collection of modest garments they hope will change the industry's perception of Islamic fashion.
Labor says the Government should use its membership of the UN Human Rights Council to increase pressure on China over the reported mass detention of Uighur Muslims, as US Republicans call on the Trump administration to broaden sanctions over the issue.
Thousands of Muslims across the country pray for drought-affected Australian farmers with Islamic centres across the country raising funds for farmers and their families.
The word "terrorism" has been used and abused globally for political ends for decades. So who gets to decide who does and doesn't make Australia's terrorism list?