In the Age, finally, someone

In the Age, finally, someone says nice things about Australia (it’s been a while). Of course, he is comparing Australia to Singapore, but it’s a start.”
Salman said Australia was not the evil country portrayed here and overseas over its handling of asylum seekers because Nurul Nasihah’s freedom to wear her scarf showed that Australia was leading the way in human rights.
“To be accepted into Australia is a great thing for religious tolerance,” he said.
“Australia should be proud that it is leading the world because there is more tolerance here than any other country.””