Anti-Muslim protest at Sydney siege site
A group of people in Australia, who went to pay their respects to the Sydney cafe siege victims Friday shouted anti-Islam slogans here, media reported.
Sydney: A group of people in Australia, who went to pay their respects to the Sydney cafe siege victims Friday shouted anti-Islam slogans here, media reported.
Four men waving Australian and Southern Cross flags shouted slogans including "Islam is evil" and "not all cultures are equal -- Islam is inferior", the Sydney Morning Herald reported.
They also accused Muslims of being "murderers" and supporting female genital mutilation.
The group bore signs proclaiming: "Muslim terrorists not wanted here -- neither are their leftist supporters", "Tony Abbott - Will you protect us from multiculturalism?" and "We didn`t start the fire!"
The tribute was organised by the Party for Freedom, which calls for an end to Muslim immigration and "state-sanctioned multiculturalism".
The Party for Freedom is Australia`s newest political party dedicated to building a patriotic conservative alternative to the major `treasonous` political parties.
The Sydney hostage crisis earlier this week left three people, including the hostage-taker, dead.