Graham Gorrel | Opinion, October 16, 2015

October 16 2015 - 8:00pm
Retreat into a fortress society rarely works
Retreat into a fortress society rarely works

Religious freedom cannot operate without regard for the law of the land, Joseph Assaf wrote in his excellent autobiography, In Someone Else's Shoes. Assaf, who arrived in Australia from Lebanon in 1967, worked in factories at night and studied during the day to become a successful businessman, husband and father and is best known for starting the Ethnic Business Awards in 1988.

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