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Chris Bowen says there is no anger from religious leaders about lack of security
16/04/2024
(See translation in Arabic section)
Sydney - Middle East Times Int’l: Labor frontbencher Chris Bowen told Afternoon Briefing that there is no anger from religious leaders about any lack of security at places of worship.
"I've been very impressed with the response of the faith leaders in our community who have been expressing call for calm, that all religions must come together at this time," he said.
"They are not interested in a blame game."
Mr Bowen said there will be increased patrols around places of worship, particularly on key days like Sundays.
"Police are actively and responsively liaising with those [religious] leaders and ensuring that they are aware of the times of different services and events and they are keeping an eye on the situation," he said.

 














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