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    Please note: This series contains mature themes and listener discretion is advised.

    At the turn of the millennium, Western Sydney was a terrifying gangland. At the heart of the frenzy was the Darwiche-Razzak family conflict – a Romeo-and-Juliet style tragedy complicated by honour codes, politics and drive-by shootings. Journalist Mahmood Fazal draws on his own experiences as a gang member to tell the inside story of Sydney’s Lebanese gang wars, to pinpoint why young Muslims just like him commit their lives to violence.

    Fazal delves into the city’s cultural divide, the special police task force that dealt with the conflict, and what life is really like behind bars. Tough questions emerge from the investigation: Why did these young people re-enact in Australia the experience of a Middle-Eastern war they never knew and which their parents hoped to leave behind? What role did prejudice play in the police’s response to the conflict? And how did Eddie Darwiche get his hands on ten rocket launchers?

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    A great series, waiting for the next one!

    Really enjoyed this series, I feel like it empathized with the human element on both sides of the fence, and tried to show the underlying conditions that might lead someone to engage in criminal activity. I think it allowed men who were otherwise hardened a chance to show their vulnerability, and even though they engaged in crime, were also brothers/cousins/sons/people, and not reduced down to purely what they did. I think a good case is made for prison reform, and that a broader conversation is needed for how criminal proceedings are orchestrated. Have recommended to a couple friends, and would recommend to anyone who has an open mind and wants a balanced perspective on the complexities of what might lead someone to make some bad choices, and the consequences thereafter.