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Terrorism raids could fuel anger in the Muslim community

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At the rally at Lakemba station organised by Hizb ut-Tahrir in the aftermath of the terrorism raids on 25 houses, the anger was palpable.

“Enough is enough of scapegoating the Muslim community,” Uthman Badar, one of the organisers, thundered. “We will not be fooled by the spin and propaganda of the government, ASIO, the AFP and the NSW Police.
“The timing is suspect, to put it very, very lightly,” he said, the anger crackling in his voice.
In the next week the federal government is expected to introduce its new terrorism laws into Parliament, which will require people who visit prescribed countries to explain and prove the purpose of their visits. The measure is aimed at curbing the flow of predominantly young men to fight for banned organisations such as Islamic State. But the laws will also require people who visit family to prove their bona fides on return.
At the rally at Lakemba station organised by Hizb ut-Tahrir in the aftermath of the terrorism raids on 25 houses, the anger was palpable.
“Enough is enough of scapegoating the Muslim community,” Uthman Badar, one of the organisers, thundered. “We will not be fooled by the spin and propaganda of the government, ASIO, the AFP and the NSW Police.
“The timing is suspect, to put it very, very lightly,” he said, the anger crackling in his voice.
In the next week the federal government is expected to introduce its new terrorism laws into Parliament, which will require people who visit prescribed countries to explain and prove the purpose of their visits. The measure is aimed at curbing the flow of predominantly young men to fight for banned organisations such as Islamic State. But the laws will also require people who visit family to prove their bona fides on return.

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