Why I’m barracking for Bachar Houli and his AFL academy

The Islamic Museum of Australia in Thornbury is a tasteful building with a subtle design that is both Australian and Islamic. Its rusted steel front is perforated with an Aboriginal dot painting. Walking through the freckled sunlight, I meet the receptionist, Wafa, whose smile is as big as the West Gate bridge.

Source: www.canberratimes.com.au

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