Australian PM slams disgusting remarks by Senator

Christchurch shooting: Sajid Javid slams Australian Senator Fraser Anning over comments

With anger running high following the deadly mosque shooting in New Zealand, the senator then punched the young man, who was then dragged to the ground.

The young male was then led away by Victoria Police staff.

Anning who is a far-right independent senator elected in 2017, said the left wing and the media would claim the cause of the shooting to be lax gun laws, but he called this view "cliched nonsense".

Queensland Senator Fraser Anning drew global condemnation for his efforts to blame the attack that killed 49 Muslim worshippers on immigration.

Yiannopoulos said on Facebook that attacks like Christchurch happen because "the establishment panders to and mollycoddles extremist leftism and barbaric, alien religious cultures".

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More than 300,000 people have signed a petition calling for Senator Anning's expulsion from parliament.

"These comments are appalling and they're ugly and they have no place in Australia", he told reporters in Sydney.

In Australia, ministers and MPs have been quick to slam Anning, discrediting his platform and saying he is not representative of the country's stance on Islam and migration and "should be ashamed of himself".

"It's not somerthing my government assosicates with or any one would seek to associate with".

His remarks were widely condemned, and Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison said a motion censuring Anning will be tabled when Parliament resumes its session.

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"By spreading hatred and turning Australians against each other he is doing exactly what the terrorists want", he said on Twitter. "Those views have no place in Australia, let alone the Australian Parliament", Morrison tweeted. Anning blamed immigrants the reason for the attack.

Australian politicians have also denounced his remarks.

Many chose not to share the statement at all. "You might find you like it".

The incident came on the heels of lashing out of Muslims by the Queensland senator, rather than supposed condemnation of the Christchurch mosque attacks in which at least 50 Muslims were killed.

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The KAP was initially punished for not denouncing Anning's "final solution" speech but eventually expelled him for the comments . According to government data, Muslims make up around 1.1% of New Zealand's population.

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