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Flat White

Their ABC’s anti-religious hypocrisy

2 April 2018

11:53 AM

2 April 2018

11:53 AM

It’s a bit rich for Julia Baird and Hayley Gleeson, having spent the previous twelve months conducting a special ‘investigation’ into how the six major religions in Australia—Islam, evangelical Christianity, Catholicism, Sikhism, Hinduism and Judaism—are complicit in cultivating a culture domestic violence against their female members, to all of a sudden present themselves as the defenders, and even champions, of religious belief.

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