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Australian Muslims ‘Traumatized’ Over Government Plans Of Stripping Dual Citizenship From Jihadis

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Muslims In Australia ‘Traumatised’ Over Government Plans Of Stripping Dual Citizenship from Jihadis

You would think, if they were really “moderates,” that they would be thrilled by this effort to stop the “extremists.” Instead, they’re whining about the Muslim community being “under siege.” No. It’s the non-Muslim community that is under siege by jihadis, and that’s why measures such as this one are necessary.

 

“Muslims In Australia ‘Traumatised’ Over Government Plans Of Stripping Dual Citizenship,” by Reissa Su, International Business Times

 

Muslims in Australia are in trauma for being singled out for the government’s political gains. A top Islamic leader in the country is worried that the federal government’s plans would make people “criminals” based on suspicion alone.

 

Gaith Krayem, president of the Islamic Council of Victoria, told an anti-racism conference in Melbourne about the Abbott government’s plans to allow the immigration minister to revoke the citizenship of dual nationals who are found to be members or supporters of terrorist organisations.

 

He said the plan was clearly targeting Muslims. Krayem mentioned two people who were fighting with the Kurds against ISIS and returned to Australia without charges. “But the moment a Muslim says “I want to come home,” what does our prime minister do? If you come home, you’ll be arrested, and the full force of the law will be applied,” said the Muslim leader. More

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