On this episode of RTE’s Today show, host Stephen Donnelly looks at the latest news from around the world.
First, he reports on the recent school shooting in Turkey.
Second, he looks at a new study suggesting that students at schools with “totally scary” pupils are more likely to be bullied and to be placed on isolation and psychological support.
Third, he talks to the author of the book that has caused such a sensation in Australia: How to Avoid the ‘Totally Creepy’ Students in Your Class.
It was written in the wake of the Sydney siege when an al-Qaeda operative named Omar Khadr pleaded guilty to murdering an American medic, Sean Smith, who was working on a UN peacekeeping mission in Bosnia.
It had sparked international outrage at the time, with many accusing Australia of not doing enough to protect civilians from the violence and for not doing more to protect the children of refugees who were living in the country.
When the Australian Government passed a law to make it illegal for students to be in a classroom with a pupil of a different faith, it sparked outrage from some Muslims and even the United Nations.
What happens when an anti-Islamic extremist goes to school?
What happens to students in an anti-[Islamic extremist] school?
Stephen Donnally says,The book was described as a “tremendous” work of literature by the Guardian and said it was a work of art by a Muslim scholar.
And yet, the Australian Education Department has never published the book.
So it’s been impossible to read it in public.
So I was able to buy it from a publisher.
It is a huge work of work, Stephen Donnals book has been described as “a monumental achievement in literature”.
It’s got some great themes in there, Stephen says.
It’s a work that is very sensitive to Muslim sensitivities, Stephen said.
And the book is very controversial in Australia.
Stephen says the book has triggered some pretty big responses.
I have seen a number of people in my own community come out in support of the school, Stephen.
And I’ve also seen a lot of people, people that I respect and admire come out against it.
But the reason I think it is so controversial in the Muslim community is because they don’t think that this is a Muslim school.
Stephen Donnelly: I was at an anti -Islamic extremist school.
I’ve seen people come out and say, “Well, I know what I’m getting into.
I know it’s a school for Muslims”.
I have no idea why you’re not seeing a similar kind of reaction, Stephen, I can’t imagine why you wouldn’t.
Stephen, welcome back.
First up, a bit of background.
The book, titled The Koran for Muslims, was published in 2014.
The subtitle of the cover reads: “A new book for Muslims to read.”
The book has had some controversy in Australia, but it’s not a controversial book in Australia for a number reasons.
Stephen says this book is controversial because it’s controversial.
It’s controversial because in it there is a reference to a verse from the Koran, the holy book of Islam, which says that there are two kinds of people.
One is the unbelievers.
The other is the Muslims.
The word “Muslims” in the Koran is used by Muslims to refer to those people.
The Australian Government says the verse doesn’t refer to Islam, but instead to the world’s “civilisations” and “the human race”.
The book’s publisher, the controversial Islamophobes, are also a major force in Australian politics.
Stephen doesn’t believe that the book was controversial because of the reference to the verse.
Stephen said: This is a book about the holy Koran, it’s an Islamophobic book.
The author, the writer, was born and raised in Sydney.
Stephen is a professor at the University of Sydney and has been writing about Islamic and multicultural issues for decades.
He has written about the rise of ISIS in Iraq and Syria and the fight against the extremists.
Stephen was speaking to Today presenter Stephen Donnies.
Stephen told Stephen that this book’s title has sparked debate in Australia because it suggests that Islam is a religion that should be taught to children.
Stephen: This book was written by a man who, when he was 14 years old, he came to Australia.
He had been indoctrinated with the idea that Islam was a religion, that it’s the way of the prophets, that Muhammad is God and he’s the prophet.
So he was convinced that he was going to go to Mecca and meet Muhammad, but he didn’t.
He ended up going to Medina, which is the Islamic capital in Syria.
Stephen then asked Stephen, what is your view about this book?
Stephen: It’s a book that is an Islamophobia book, Stephen tells Stephen.
Stephen believes that the Quran is not a true religion, and he believes that some