Australian senator blames immigrants for mosque attacks
Australian senator blames immigrants for mosque attacks
"They Are The Perpetrators" - An Aussie Politician Blamed Muslims For Attack On NZ Mosques
16 March, 2019, 08:24
Mr Shorten said Senator Anning was "chasing a headline" and wondered whether his comments had made Australians less safe overseas.
"Whilst this kind of violent vigilantism can never be justified, what it highlights is the growing fear within our community, both in Australia and New Zealand, of the increasing Muslim presence", he wrote.
This is an official press release from an elected senator in Australia.
Footage of the incident shows a young man watching Senator Anning from the sidelines before he starts filming with his mobile phone, and then smashes the egg on the back of the senator's head.
A shocked Mr Anning slapped the man's face in response before a fight broke out.
The young man was later led away by police.
"The real cause of bloodshed on New Zealand streets today is the immigration program that allowed Muslim fanatics to migrate to New Zealand in the first place".
"This act of terror on innocent worshippers is an atrocity and we grieve with the victims and their families", Dr Jneid said in a statement on Friday.
Calling the religion as a violent ideology, Senator Anning said that Islam is a violent ideology of a "despot" acting as a religious leader. Twitter has confirmed that an account matching the suspect's name has been deleted, and numerous media outlets report that the account had tweeted a white nationalist manifesto in the moments before the attack.
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison and other politicians roundly condemned Anning over his latest statement, and Morrison characterized it as "disgusting".
"It's not somerthing my government assosicates with or any one would seek to associate with".
Remarks by a far-right Australian senator after the Christchurch terror attack were "sickening" and Islamophobic, said Home Affairs and Law Minister K. Shanmugam.
"Parliament, I'm sure, will express a very clear view about what he's had to say", Mr Morrison said.
'Those views have no place in Australia, let alone the Australian Parliament'.
The senator also attacked the Prophet and blamed Muslim immigration for the massacre, Mr Shanmugam added in the Facebook post on Friday night (March 15). The mosques were full of worshippers attending Friday prayers. "Just a nasty, ugly waste of human life".
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