If human rights, equality and combating hatred against minority groups means anything, shouldn't Australia set a global example?
Not by deploying our police and intelligence services to aid and abet the OIC in their quest to supress and punish criticism of their totalitarian ideology. Rather, by denying fundamentalist sharia regimes the opportunity to profiteer from access to our skies, ports and other resources.
This will set an example for human rights, equality and combating hatred against minority groups, which is systemic and growing across most Islamic states.
While the feudal Islamic fiefdom of Brunei was in the media for its latest sharia excesses, is not the only fundamentalist Islamic state with capital punishment for 'crimes' like blasphemy, apostasy, homosexual acts or adultery. Even so-called 'moderate' Islamic regimes like the United Arab Emirates and Qatar insist on the Koran and inhumane sharia law as at the basis of feudal constitution and judiciary.
A first step in the right direction would be to limit access to our airspace and disallow the freedom to sell airline seats for flights originating in Australia. This should apply to all foreign nations which do not subscribe to basic human rights.
This kind of practical virtue signalling might even create jobs and prosperity for Australians.