Ever since the September 11, 2001 attacks in the US and the 2005 racial riots in Cronulla, a southern suburb of Sydney, things haven’t been easy for Muslims in Australia. Targeted for their religious beliefs and often misrepresented in the mainstream media, Australian Muslims have felt under pressure and marginalised. Today, a new Muslim comedy show, "Salam Café,” is giving this minority a voice. "Salam Café" represents a new generation of Australian Muslims. Young, smart and funny, they’re on a mission: to defy stereotypes and have a laugh.