The Australian tourism industry claims that if spend your upcoming vacations in Australia you will live through a life-changing experience. I would really applaud them for their honesty about the life-changing experience. However, you needn’t be only a tourist to have this feeling.
Majority of the current Australian natives are the offspring of the English delinquents, who were banished from the country. They soon set up their community and took over the country. Also, taking the rights of its original dwellers, the aborigines. It is a well-known issue that the ‘White’ Australians treat the aborigines appallingly. The issue is raised at the elections and then snubbed again, as is the norm in the political world.
Nevertheless, the ill-treatment is not restricted to the aborigines alone. It applies to all Easterners as well. We know about the racial outburst in 2005 against the Arab beach goers. The recent, persistent attacks on Indian students has again put the real facade of Australia on the showcase to the world.
Many innocent Indian students were attacked, seemingly for no other reason other than simple racial prejudice. An Indian Sikh was attacked by a group of young White Australians. They beat him up and left only to return with a bigger gang and a scissor to cut his beard (part of Sikhs’ religious obligations of the five Ks). A 20-year old Delhi boy was punched and abused in Melbourne by two men, leaving him with a fractured finger and a bloody nose. If all this was not enough to enlist them in the Guinness World Records for the greatest quantum of racial outbreaks they just added another feather in their cap!
Now Friday prayers can no longer be held in Cannington, Perth, Australian court ordered on Tuesday.
The reason stated behind this order is several complaints that the Faithful block the neighborhood. The court complained that the Daawah Association of Western Australia prayer center had turned into a mosque. The State Administrative Tribunal ruled that Friday prayers clashed with the ‘city’s designated zoning of the area as a ‘Light Industry’ zone, turned it into a “Place of Public Worship.”‘
The new tag line for Australian tourism should be ‘The Ultimate Destination where Unimportant (by their standards) Life Ends’.