In the wake of the outrage, which left 49 people dead at two mosques in Christchurch, Fraser Anning tweeted: 'Does anyone still dispute the link between Muslim immigration and violence?'
In his statement, Anning did say he was "utterly opposed to any form of violence within out community" and that he "totally" condemned the gunmen's actions.
In a written statement issued by his office, Senator Anning said that [the terrorist attack] highlighted the growing fear of "Muslim presence" within Australia and New Zealand.
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According to government data, Muslims make up around 1.1% of New Zealand's population.
Grieving members of the public following a shooting at the Al Noor mosque in Christchurch, New Zealand, March 15, 2019 New Zealand's Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern speaks on live television following fatal shootings at two mosques in central Christchurch, New Zealand March 15, 2019, in this still image taken from video.
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It's worth noting that the general homicide rate is considerably higher than the gun homicide rate in New Zealand. None of those arrested had appeared on watchlist of New Zealand or Australian security agencies, police said.
Anning claimed the real perpetrator that killed 49 people and injured more than 40, including children, is New Zealand's immigration policy.
Dr Jneid urged all governments to give extra attention to the rise of anti-Muslim sentiment and extremism and also encouraged all mosques and places of worship and Muslims in Australia to be extra vigilant in the coming days.
He said the atrocity was a reminder to all, including politicians and media commentators, "of the horrific consequences that an atmosphere of hate and division can lead to". "He is a disgrace to the Senate, and what is worse, by spreading hatred and turning Australians against each other, he is doing exactly what the terrorists want".
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