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Australian letters

16 May 2015

9:00 AM

16 May 2015

9:00 AM

Modern migrant families

In recounting the positions in print of the likes of Miranda Devine from the Right, and Jeff Sparrow of the Left ( Rebels with a jihadist cause, Spectator Australia, 2 May), Tanveer Ahmed just demonstrates that one can use and twist any situation to fit into and prove your pet peeve ( atheism and divorce in Devine’s case, and the well-worn, perennial evils of free-market capitalism from Sparrow).

I think Ahmed’s take on things, i.e.

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