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Australia Senior Muslims call for armed guards outside mosques and Islamic schools to protect them from right-wing extremists

11:05  06 november  2019
11:05  06 november  2019 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Muslim leaders are calling for armed guards to be stationed at mosques and Islamic schools to protect them from ongoing threats from right-wing extremists.

The Australian National Imams Council (ANIC) wants to pay guards with guns to stand outside religious buildings due to threats from right-wing extremists.

ANIC spokesman Bilal Rauf said Jewish schools and synagogues had 'quite rightly' done the same across Australia for at least 10 years.

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Similarly, Islamic schools and mosques in Muslim countries are often accused as a breeding ground for "terrorism." It is a flawed conclusion because it negates an established tradition of Muslim people. And, it wrongly looks at these as the basis for "terrorism."

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'People with murderous designs have aggressively targeted mosques, synagogues and churches because that is when worshippers are most vulnerable with their backs turned,' Mr Rauf told The Australian.

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Mr Rauf said the increased security considerations were partly due to the Christchurch mosque attacks in New Zealand on March 15, when 51 Muslims were killed during Friday prayers.

On September 11 this year, the walls of a mosque in Holland Park, Brisbane were defaced with a swastika, the words 'Saint Tarrant' - referring to the accused Christchurch gunman Brenton Tarrant - and 'remove kebab'.

At the same mosque, worshippers were forced to lock themselves inside after a man was seen walking nearby with a machete, while in Canberra the city's main mosque was vandalised.

a group of people standing next to a man in a suit and tie: Gladys Berejiklian attends Lakemba Mosque to show her support to the Islamic communiy after the Christchurch terror attack© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Gladys Berejiklian attends Lakemba Mosque to show her support to the Islamic communiy after the Christchurch terror attack 'It is fair to say armed guards is one option, but we will work with appropriate authorities. Hopefully it doesn't come to that,' Mr Rauf said.

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'Post Christchurch and the increase in Islampphobia and threats at mosques, particularly the incidents at Holland Park and Canberra, we thought it appropriate to set up a committee to address that. Armed guards are just one option and not the standard.' Mr Rauf told Daily Mail Australia.

'We are coorindating on the basis of community funding and volunteer assistance to provide advice on what might be needed and then the next step would be to asses the cost,' he said.

The ANIC has set up its own 'safety and security committee' and has hired security experts Joe Kabbara and Ahmed Homsi to advise them.

a group of people in front of a building: The Emanuel School in Randwick, Sydney (pictured) has been employing armed security since 2016© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited The Emanuel School in Randwick, Sydney (pictured) has been employing armed security since 2016 a sign on the side of a road: Mount Scopus Memorial College (pictured) in Melbourne confirmed armed security is stationed at their campuses© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Mount Scopus Memorial College (pictured) in Melbourne confirmed armed security is stationed at their campuses

In 2015, the largest Jewish school in Victoria, Mount Scopus Memorial College, stationed guards with guns at their three Melbourne campuses.

The college confirmed to Daily Mail Australia on Wednesday the guards are still employed on site at the campuses.

In Sydney, Emanuel School in Randwick has reportedly had armed guards at their campus since 2016.

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