Homehttps://server7.kproxy.com/servlet/redirect.srv/sruj/smyrwpoii/p2/Worldhttps://server7.kproxy.com/servlet/redirect.srv/sruj/smyrwpoii/p2/An Australian senator who has been blamed for blaming Muslim immigration for a teenage boot shot
An Australian senator who has been blamed for blaming Muslim immigration for a teenage boot shot
An Australian senator who came twice after blaming Muslim immigration for shooting the New Zealand mosque on Friday was a video meeting a teenager who saw an egg on his head.
Fraser Anning, a senator from Queensland, criticized me more than Friday's tweets, including one who said, “Has anyone still a dispute about the link between Muslim immigration and violence? gunman, "he wrote in a statement." However, while this kind of vigilance cannot be justified, it is something that reflects the growing fear among our communities, Australia and New Zealand. ", the increase in Muslim presence."
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"The real cause of the blood injury on the streets of New Zealand than the immigration program that enabled Muslim fanatics to move to New Zealand in the first place, "continued the statement.
On Friday, at least 49 people were killed after shooting at two mosques in Christchurch. , New Zealand
On Saturday, television cameras took the moment when a 1
7-year-old boy breaks his phone's age, Anning's head when he had a news conference in Melbourne. The two men went on briefly before some other men intervened. The men got to grips with the teenager on the ground and they managed to reach their conflict until the authorities came. Senator Fraser Anning's egg break on Saturday, March 16, 2019. (AP)
The police said the boy had been arrested but released without charge pending further investigation.
The Australian Broadcasting Corporation reported that a fundraising page had been created to cover the boy's legal fees and helped him to “buy other eggs.”
Sen. Fraser Anning is seen lying on the teenager who broke an egg on his head Saturday, March 16, 2019.
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The Australian government and opposition party agreed to submit a censure motion continue to resist the shooting when again in April. Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison denied Anning's views.
"In the face of this terrible terrorist attack on immigration issues, in particular an attack on Islamic faith – these views are terrible and they are ugly and have no place in Australia, in the Australian Parliament," Morrison said. "He should be ashamed."
Annals' statements, 1965, were previously criticized with controversial statements, including when he made a speech in the Australian Parliament calling for a "final resolution" on immigration.  Fox News added 'Liam Quinn and the Associated Press to this report.