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Muhammad Khatree
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Attended University of Queensland
Lives in Brisbane, Australia
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Let's not be too quick to judge when it comes to something like this. It could well be genuine. It could also be a political stunt. The way I see it is that at this point, where the truth lies isn't as important as how we follow up on it. In other words, we need to leverage events like this as part of an integrated effort to challenge the dominant discourse in mainstream media which is one of islamophobia, and in so doing, we may be able to reverse some of its ill effects and perhaps spark a more positive narrative of Islam and Muslims in both politics and media.
On the above basis, and for this act in isolation, I commend Campbell Newman.
The state's Muslim community has the "full and total support" of Premier Campbell Newman, who has urged Queenslanders to focus on "people who do the wrong thing" and not a religion.
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Looks fairly legit to me. But I'm just starting to enjoy Android kitkat. Will L really be a drastic improvement?
 
These appear to be the real deal.
The Chromium Issue Tracker, a perennial source of accidental "leaks" and unreleased information, has delivered something interesting. Reddit user Doopl cam... by Liam Spradlin in Android OS, L, Leaks, News
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Register here or Live SMS notifications about the beginning of Ramadhan in Australia http://crescentwatch-australia.alghazzali.org/?page_id=170 
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Exchange our lives of "delusion with more" for "fulfilment with less". In Islam, this is an intrinsic part of the concept of Ihsan, which means to pursue an act with a pure and clear intention, giving it the attention it deserves, aiming for excellence. This applies in all spheres of life.
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Programming languages to learn in 2014. This is worth a read if you're interested in staying relevant in the IT and associated fields.
 
10 Programming Languages You Should Learn in 2014
The tech sector is booming. If you've used a smartphone or logged on to a computer at least once in the last few years, you've probably noticed this. #Java   #Programming    http://mashable.com/2014/01/21/learn-programming-languages/
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This is a silly idea. How about this: stop meddling in the affairs of those countries, and watch as their citizens simply stay in their homeland. They leave only because they're pushed into a corner due to widespread corruption and economic injustice at the hands of leaders who are educated/influenced/controlled by Western governments. 
The Italian navy revealed on Tuesday that it had saved 1,149 migrants more migrants from drowning in the past two days.
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Since the first “mobile” phone was released in 1982, mobile technology has seen amazing strides, from photo capture, to touchscreens, to 4G. *What do you think is the next evolution of the mobile phone? *
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I'm a bit delayed for #MayThe4thBeWithYou, so here's my take on it: May the 5 [pillars of Islam] be with you.
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Take a few minutes to watch and listen to this. 

There are numerous lessons here, one of them being the apparent decline of society's interest in real (physical) social interaction and environmental engagement. My understanding is that humans are social creatures and a significant portion of our lives is shaped by the relationships we build with other people, and our ability to influence and be influenced by them. While acknowledging our ability to leverage technology's wondrous impact in solving countless problems in society, we cannot afford to simultaneously neglect the pivotal role of human relationships. If we continue to hole ourselves up in the world of technology, we become strangers in our own domain and are more likely to miss many transformational opportunities that ultimately affect our destiny. Remember, we are born to humans, not to machines; machines most certainly facilitate the process, but they are by no means a complete replacement for a wholesome human upbringing.

Let us aim to maintain a life of balance in all spheres of our ephemeral existence.
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Check it out folks. You'd better upgrade soon and ensure you've got the latest patches if Internet Explorer is your browser of choice.

Alternatively, switch to a better browser, like the majority of us :)

http://www.theverge.com/2014/4/27/5659006/internet-explore-zero-day-security-flaw-affects-all-versions
If you're still using a 12-year-old operating system, a new security flaw discovered in Internet Explorer should cause you quite a bit of consternation. Microsoft published a security advisory...
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  • University of Queensland
    Computer Systems & Networks, 2005 - 2011
  • University of Queensland
    Accounting, 2005 - 2011
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Production & Revenue Analyst
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  • BG Group
    Production & Revenue Analyst, 2013 - present
  • Deloitte
    IT Consultant, 2011 - 2013
  • Ernst & Young
    IT Consultant, 2008 - 2008
  • Invensys Rail Systems
    Software Engineer, 2007 - 2008
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Brisbane, Australia
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Durban, South Africa - Auckland, New Zealand
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