perth - Australian Muslim leaders have the prime minister of the country Malcolm Turnbull asked the endorsement of Dutch MP Geert Wilders (PVV) withdraw, Australian media said Monday local time. Wilders brings this month a visit to Perth where he was the anti-Islam party PVV and sister of the Australian Liberty Alliance (ALA) officially launches on October 20th. Commenting Turnbull does not know to decide on the visa. Since the Department of Immigration is about and that Wilders has decided to issue a visa.
According Samier Dandan, president of the Lebanese Muslim Association, the arrival of Wilders can increase anti-Islamic sentiments, just as the government's commitment to combat extremism. Dandan took the case of the US singer Chris Brown to emphasize his words. He was previously denied entry because of his conviction for domestic violence. "Then we should surely someone who could damage our standards put back on the plane"? The granting of a visa for Australia Wilders was already some delay.
The president of ALA, Debbie Robinson, the Australian government accused it before the provision to delay. Robinson called it "an attack on freedom of expression". Wilders in 2012 was not in time for a visa when he was Robinson's invitation to a series of speeches would love. The speeches were then canceled the year but still kept it after Wilders had finally secured a visa.