Cronulla, Conflict and Culture. Can Muslim women find their voice in Australia?

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Following the Cronulla riots, Muslim women have again found themselves targets of violence and abuse in public spaces. Meanwhile public figures claiming to defend women's rights have added to conflict by damning Islam as misogynistic and a threat to Australia's egalitarian culture. In this climate, how can Muslim women speak publicly about cultural change without fuelling further hatred?
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