Sydney GP Dr Jamal Rifi says he is the victim of a smear campaign orchestrated by the Shia militant group Hezbollah and its supporters.
The low rates of conviction for hate crimes in Australia raises the question of whether prejudice is being dealt with effectively before it becomes even more dangerous.
Sabilla Kirnab has looked forward to Ramadan every year of her childhood, but this year, a new feeling crept in. "When I heard about Christchurch, I was scared", she says.
Islamic State was prepared for the fall of the caliphate and quickly changed its instructions to followers for the next stage in its quest for global reach, writes Lydia Khalil.
The three remaining children of notorious Islamic State fighter Khaled Sharrouf say they had no choice in going to Syria with their parents and they wanted to leave for years.
A new amusement park has opened in Dubai featuring a 'Cave of Wonders' and a mock parted Red Sea in a bid to teach Muslims and non-muslims alike about Islam's holiest text.
The unit was never properly resourced to deal with hate crime, according to a lawyer and community advocate, and a NSW Police officer says it would take a significant violent attack before policing hate crime is prioritised.