After London Bombings, Pauline Hanson Wants Ban Travel for Muslim

One Nation Leader, Senator Pauline Hanson. Picture: Anna Rogers

 

London, 9 Ramadan 1438/4 June 2017 (MINA) – A right-wing Australian politician Pauline Hanson come to say that her country should stop Muslim immigration following London bombing that has killed six people.

‘Stop Islamic immigration before it is too late,’ she told her followers in Twitter on Sunday morning.

Daily Mail reported, the One Nation leader took to Twitter as news emerged that three jihadi terrorists ‘of Mediterranean origin’ had gone on a knife rampage through the city centre during eight minutes of night-time terror.

The Queensland senator’s social media page included a graphic with the headline: ‘London terror alert’ with an icon of a loud haler, which was posted soon after Labor senator Sam Dastyari was evacuated from a London cafe amid the terror.

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With Muslims making up just 2.5 per cent of the Australian population, Senator Hanson said Islam immigration needed to stop before it ‘hits five per cent like England’.

Hanson who is known for her anti Islam rethoric also said, “Australia refuses to hide the fact that terrorism is related to the Islamic teachings in the Koran.”

Senator Hanson, who has recently described Islam as a disease, has received support on her Facebook page, where her message was also posted.

‘It’s not going to stop, and it’s won’t be long before we have it happening here too because our p*** poor politicians are too scared of saying anything to offend,’ one woman wrote.

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However, Opposition Leader Bill Shorten said it was ‘crass, idiotic and disgusting’ for Senator Hanson to be making a political point so soon after the attack.

‘We don’t even know in full what’s happened and now what we’ve got is people using this for the crassest of political messages within hours of this event happening,’ he told reporters in Melbourne.(T/RE1/RS5)
Mi’raj Islamic News Agency (MINA)