Australia is unfair, Iranian asylum shoppers say
“It’s really not fair (that Australia changed the law) because we were on a boat [for three days]. We both are educated and we are just escaping from our country to make a better life,” he said.
The couple said they cannot go back to Iran and they do not know what they will do when they are sent to Nauru or Manus Island. Â The man said he suffers from epilepsy exacerbated by stress in detention.
Of course the ABC Â is not concerned about the stress these illegal Muslim entrants are putting on the Australian taxpayers.
Â Western Australia Passes Law Against Burqa
- Parliament passes Bill to help police identification processes
Face coverings required to be removed to enable identification
“This amendment stems from a New South Wales case where a woman wearing a burqa was not able to be identified as being a person who made a false report to police,” acting Police Minister John DayÂ said.Â (Mullah)