Irfan Yusuf is a lawyer, award-winning author, commentator and humorist. His comic memoir "Once Were Radicals: My Years As A Teenage Islamo-fascist" was published in May 2009. He currently lives in Sydney where he is completing his doctorate.
Wednesday, October 31, 2007
UPDATE: Recently published shite ...
I've had a few things appear here and there of late.
The Age ran something about unfair dismissal laws.
The death of John Mustafa Ilhan touched many Australians. My own humble reflections were published in the Canberra Times here and on ABC Unleashed here.
ABC's new Opinion page also ran a piece here on Christian and Muslim thick-Sheiks stuffing up on matters political.
Finally, the good folk at New Matilda ran my recollections on Lyenko Urbanchich and the 2001 Federal Election here.
Posted by Irf at 4:02 am 7 comments:
Labels: ABC, Canberra Times, New Matilda, politics, Religion, The Age, Update
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