Publicado: Sol, Marcha 17, 2019
Global | Por Milagro Delgado

Australia senator egged after Christchurch terror attack comments

Australia senator egged after Christchurch terror attack comments

Mr Morrison today announced the Coalition and Labor would pass a motion censuring Senator Anning for the statement when Parliament returns next month. He then lunged for him again, throwing another punch before the two were separated and a group of adult men tackled the 17-year-old, pinned him to the floor and held him in a chokehold.

Within hours of the dual mosque shootings that left 49 people dead, Anning released a press release blaming the attack not on the alleged perpetrators but on Muslim immigration.

"The remarks by Senator Fraser Anning blaming the murderous attacks by a violent, right-wing, extremist terrorist in New Zealand on immigration are disgusting", Morrison tweeted. Stating that he was opposed to "any form of violence", Anning claimed that the atrocity highlighted the "growing fear over an increasing Muslim presence", in both New Zealand and Australia.

The senator also attacked the Prophet and blamed Muslim immigration for the massacre, Mr Shanmugam added in the Facebook post on Friday night.

Anning has served as a senator since 2017.

"These comments are appalling and they're ugly and they have no place in Australia", he told reporters in Sydney.

The senator was expelled from Katter's Australian Party, after people condemned him for his "white supremacy ideology".

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Meanwhile, a petition calling for Senator Anning to be removed from office has more than 225,000 signatures.

Bilal Rauf from the Australian National Imams Council said Mr Anning's statement "may as well have been an extract from the manifesto of the person that perpetrated these heinous crimes". "And he should be, frankly, ashamed of himself" he said.

"By spreading hatred and turning Australians against each other he is doing exactly what the terrorists want", he said on Twitter.

"It is disgusting and has no place in the Australian Parliament and hopefully the voters will deal with this fellow in the most effective way".

Australian politicians have also denounced his remarks.

This is an official press release from an elected senator in Australia.

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