Born Mehreen Faruqi becomes first Muslim woman senator in Australia

Born Mehreen Faruqi becomes first Muslim woman senator in Australia

Born Mehreen Faruqi becomes first Muslim woman senator in Australia

In a post on the Katter's Australian Party page, the party said Anning was "under attack for speaking the truth" and that he needed support so he could "fulfil his promise to reduce immigration levels and take back Australia from the extremists".

Critics immediately latched onto Anning's use of the term "final solution", a phrase used by the Nazi regime to refer to the extermination policy of Jews during the Holocaust.

The BBC reports that Anning, of the conservative Katter's Australian Party, denied he was citing the Holocaust and maintained "I am not going to apologize or regret anything that I say".

"We do not want people coming in from the Middle East or North Africa unless they're the persecuted minorities".

Anning held third place on One Nation's Queensland ticket at the 2016 election. "We are a multiracial society and I've always advocated you do not have to be white to be Australian", Senator Hanson told parliament.

Such are the rituals of first speeches that many Coalition senators and even crossbencher Derryn Hinch (who has been beating up on himself publicly ever since) went over to pay Anning the traditional congratulations afterwards.

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The non-apology was followed up with an appearance on Sydney's 2GB Radio, where he told host Alan Jones that Muslim immigration needed to end because some of the immigrants could be terrorists.

She has said that overt displays of racism are not isolated incidents.

He claimed that "it was a magnificent speech, solid gold" and that "90 per cent of Australia have been waiting for someone to say it and believe it".

Fraser Anning, who is the only member of the federal Senate from the far-right Katter's Australian Party.

"He didn't get to a university to know the significance of all these words", Katter said.

In her speech in the NSW parliament, Faruqi recalled enduring racist and sexist trolling during her tenure as MP "not because of what I'm doing but because of who I am, where I come from, and the colour of my skin".

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"Nobody has the right to diminish some Australians to make them feel less equal than others, and it is up to every single one of us to call it out when we see it - and make it clear that we will not accept such divisive, hate-filled nonsense today", Ms Hennessy said.

In his Senate speech, Senator Anning called for immigration that favoured "European Christian" values and plebiscite on which migrants can come to Australia. "We reject and condemn racism in any form". She said he then asked for a position in her office but she refused.

Senator Anning also doubled down on his bid to ban Muslim immigration. They don't want you.

One Nation leader Hanson said she was "appalled" by Anning's speech.

Responding to Anning's comments in a speech to the Lower House, Shadow Multicultural Minister Tony Burke called the words "bile".

Mehreen Faruqi addressed the NSW upper house for the final time on Tuesday evening, telling colleagues she'd been subjected to "toxic, racist and sexist trolling" in her five years in parliament.

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