Good dhimmies! Threatening concerned Aussies in order to protect those who would cut their heads off if given a chance….
Victoria Police preparing to stop violence at global anti-Islam event on October 10
VICTORIA Police officers will be out in force attending and patrolling mosques in Casey and Dandenong in an effort to prevent violence at a global anti-Islam event.
Victoria Police acting Commander Debra Abbott said police were doing risk assessments for the October 10 event but said people should not be afraid to go about their daily routines, including visiting mosques.
She warned protesters that the event would be closely monitored and police would intervene if they saw any “racially motivated acts of intimidation or assault”.
“Victoria Police greatly values the Victorian Muslim community and supports the community’s right to practise their faith and feel safe at their place of worship,” Commander Abbott said.
“Any attempt to intimidate, harass or any forms of violence or crimes targeted at the Victorian Muslim community or mosque will not be tolerated.
“It is critical that all Victorians are accepting of cultural diversity and respect the right for individuals to practise their faith, pursuing their values, beliefs and interests,” she said.
“There is no justification for violence here in Victoria.
“Victoria Police takes all incidents of racism, discrimination or vilification based on religion, culture or nationality seriously and will be investigated and met with the full force of the law.”
Commander Abbott said people had the right to assemble peacefully but organisers needed to check with their local council to make sure they weren’t breaking any bylaws by holding a rally.
Yesterday marked the one-year anniversary of the stabbing attack on two police officers at the Endeavour Hills police station by 18-year-old terror suspect Numan Haider.
Haider was shot dead after the attack.
One of the officers has recently returned to work, but not to operational duty.
The Police Association of Victoria told the Herald Sun a security upgrade promised after the attack; a security screen at the front counter, was yet to be installed.
Commander Abbott said anyone who witnessed or experienced racism, discrimination or victimisation should visit their local police station or phone Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 00.