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Anning: Expect Attack Like Sri Lanka in Australia if 'We Keep Importing Muslims'

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Anning: Expect Attack Like Sri Lanka in Australia if 'We Keep Importing Muslims'

Anning: Expect Attack Like Sri Lanka in Australia if 'We Keep Importing Muslims'

Fraser Anning, the Queensland senator, released a video on Tuesday, April 23, in which he said Australia could expect an attack similar to Sri Lanka if it kept “importing these people, these Muslims, a certain percentage of which are terrorists.”Holding up a copy of the Koran, Anning said, “This is the book that authorized the killing of those people, it’s the book that all of them read, they all follow the Koran.”The video was released by Anning after a series of tweets in which he called for an end to Muslim immigration.

Later on Tuesday, Anning spoke at a candidate panel in Brisbane, during which he called Muslim immigration “greatest threat to the nation.” Credit: Fraser Anning via Storyful

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