Roundup: Asylum seekers, marriage, Egypt

Roundup: Asylum seekers, marriage, Egypt

Forced to do good

It is hard to comprehend how outrageous it is that a shameful political standoff on the offshore processing of asylum seekers has forced the Australian Government into a position where it has no choice other than to dump a harsh and punitive policy in favour of its own more just and humane policy.

Processing asylum seekers on the mainland is welcomed

The Australian Human Rights Commission has welcomed the government’s move to process claims for asylum on the Australian mainland.

It’s time to get married

Books about marriage.

Religion and politics in the new Egypt

While the ruling Military Council has maintained the law forbidding religious political parties, there is no question that other political parties in Egypt with a religious reference will arise.

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