Once again, the hide and the hubris of Muselmaniacs on display: just what in the world makes them think they can summons and grill the immigration minister? What gives them the right to tell Minister Peter Dutton to “meet with us or be quiet?’
Lebanese Australians have demanded Immigration Minister Peter Dutton release the ethnic backgrounds of other criminal offenders or explain why he chose to “demonise” and “further alienate” their community in his comments to Parliament.
Mr Dutton said that the Fraser government had made mistakes in letting some migrants into Australia from the Lebanese Civil War in the 1970s, referring to advice that 22 of 33 terrorism offenders were second and third-generation Lebanese-Muslim Australians.
Dutton’s blame game
Bill Shorten is “sneaky and tricky” according to Peter Dutton who believes he’s been misrepresented by the Labor leader.
Ethnic communities are mobilising against Mr Dutton with 30 Lebanese organisations, including the Lebanese Muslim Association and Lebanese Community Council, meeting in Auburn on Friday night to discuss his comments.
Several community leaders said the comments reverse years of hard work in building cohesion and belittle the entire community.
No. These “years of hard work” did not build anything. This is a community that has become a danger for us all. Their leaders need to be put on the stand. It is high time to call them out, to tell them to shape up or ship out.
One leader, who spoke on condition of anonymity due to the sensitive nature of his work, said Lebanese Muslims were over-represented in the criminal system but the comments were an unhelpful smear.
The truth is not a smear. The truth is the truth.
“Yes it is true that Lebanese Muslims may make up a bigger percentage of those charged with terrorist offences, but they only make up 0.01 per cent of those Australians of Lebanese Muslim background. His comments are a smear on the 99.99 per cent of Australian Lebanese Muslims who are resiliently getting on with life despite the constant attacks on their identity,” he said.
Not all Nazis killed Jews and Hitler liked children and dogs. Argumentum ad sequitur.