Government Intervention in the Muslim Community (GIMC):Bringing you important updates, analysis and alerts on the Australian government intervention into the Muslim community
Pieces of anti-terror legislation enacted during the Howard government
Pieces of anti-terror legislation enacted under the current parliment
Amedments to pieces of anti-terror legislation enacted under the current parliament
Disturbing details continue to emerge of the recent arrest of two young Muslims for supposedly “financing” terrorism.
Following their arrest earlier in the week, bail applications have been heard in cour… Read more
In farcical developments in regards to the case of Br. Oliver Bridgeman, on whose case we reported recently, it now appears that ASIO has relied ostensibly on online posts (often poorly understood and almost always ludic… Read more
Moves that have concerned members of both the teaching and general community have finally started taking place. As first reported last night by the School Watch Muslim Student Support Initiative, we can reveal that ex… Read more
Preventive detention laws have been in place for a decade in an attempt to clamp down on a “potential terrorist threat”. Yet for all the arguments of their supposed benefits they have only been used twice in th… Read more
Recently revealed research (see below) highlights a point that many within the Muslim community have made for some time: that de-radicalisation is not only useless as a policy, but that its handouts to various initiat… Read more
GIMC traces the origins and sources of the Government’s policies by looking back in time as well as pinpointing architects of such policies.
GIMC will update you on new policies and measures as they arise. Whether it be raids, laws, personal anecdotes, conferences or government incentives, the GIMC initiative will have it covered.
GIMC analyses the finer details of Government-inspired initiatives and exposes the intended impacts such policies seek to achieve in the Muslim community in Australia.
GIMC will advise of possible lines of response in light of a detailed understanding of new policies, keeping in mind Islamic principles and texts in the process.