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Cancel Geert Wilders’ visa like you cancelled Chris Brown, Muslim leader tells Malcolm Turnbull
It is revolting to see Islamic headbangers get ” high-level meetings” at the unelected Prime Ministers office. If Turncoat had the faintest clue, he would invite Geert Wilders, and not allow the Muslim mafia to intimidate him. Full post below the fold.
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Muslim leaders have pressed Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull to cancel the visa of Dutch anti-Islamic MP Geert Wilders during a meeting with seven Islamic community leaders on curbing violent extremism.
Lebanese Muslim Association president Samier Dandan told Fairfax Media that he had warned the Prime Minister, during a high-level meeting on Friday, that Mr Wilders’ visit would fan the flames of anti-Islamic sentiment at a time when the federal and state governments were reaching out to the Muslim community and stressing need for all Australians to work together to combat violent extremism.
Mr Dandan said that if an Australian visa for US R&B singer Chris Brown could be blocked because of his history of domestic violence then Mr Wilders’ visa could also be blocked.
” Other countries have refused him [Wilders] entry and we have recently rejected Chris Brown for behaving in a certain way,” he said.
Therefore, the visa of “someone we know who will stir the pot, increase anti-Islamic sentiment and feed into those who seek to divide us” should also be cancelled, Mr Dandan said.
“People keep on asking for the Muslim community to be a serious partner, then why is our job being made difficult?
“If he [Wilders] will be allowed in, there should be a framework similar to what we are debating – that those who don’t agree with what we call Australian values and mutual respect to maintain social harmony [should not be welcome]. If we are considering cancelling passports, surely someone who is coming through, who says something that damages the social fabric should be put back on a plane too?”
Mr Dandan said he had brought the issue of Mr Wilders’ visit to the Prime Minister’s attention in the context of the renewed push for governments, police and social agencies and the Muslim community to work more closely together.
The meeting of the Prime Minister and Muslim leaders in Sydney occurred against the backdrop of Parramatta Mosque chairman Neil El-Kadomi telling his congregation on Friday that “if you don’t like Australia, leave it” and a week after the shooting death of police accountant Curtis Cheng by Farhad Jabar, which has been described as an act of terrorism.
” There is a line in the sand in terms of freedom of speech. If someone makes an anti-Semitic comment it’s not welcomed, if anyone makes an anti-Islamic it should not be welcomed,” he said.
Mr Dandan said the Prime Minister had told the meeting he would look into the details of the decision to grant Mr Wilders a visa.
A spokesman for the Prime Minister confirmed the visit by Mr Wilders had been raised but said Mr Turnbull had explicitly said he wasn’t the decision-maker on the visa.
On Friday, Immigration Minister Peter Dutton said the decision to issue the visa had been made by the Department of Immigration and that the department’s delegate “takes into account all of the facts in relation to the individual matters and the delegate will make a decision according to Australian law”.
Following the meeting on Friday, Mr Turnbull issued a plea for tolerance from all Australians, describing violent extremism as a “challenge to the most fundamental Australian values” and announcing an urgent stocktake meeting of counter-terrorism policy this week as he seeks to reach out to Muslim Australians.
Mr Wilders announced on Twitter last week that his visa to come to Australia had been approved.
On October 20 he will launch in Perth a new political party, the Australian Liberty Alliance, which argues against the “Islamisation” of Australian and wants a visa ban on citizens from the 56 member states of the Organisation of Islamic Corporation.
Liberal National Party MP George Christensen, however, joined Liberal MP Cory Bernardi who last week welcomed Mr Wilders’ visit, arguing he should be allowed to visit on freedom of speech grounds.
“I’ve got no problems with letting him in the country, but I don’t agree with everything he says, like closing mosques, of course. The people we shouldn’t be letting in is anyone who incited violence against others, I agree with not letting those people but apart from that it’s fair game,” he said.
“Freedom of speech is one of the fundamentals of Australia. It doesn’t bother me to let people in who have something controversial to say and the people who disagree have every right to speak against them, too.”
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