Australian senator who tried to fire after he blamed Muslim immigration for New Zealand's mosque shootings on Friday took the video to reach a teenager who was seen blowing eggs on his head.
Fraser Anning, a senator from Queensland, was reprimanded on tweets on Friday, including one who said, "Is there any more discussion between the immigration and violence of the Muslims?"
"I totally opposed any form of violence within our community, and I condemned the gunman's actions," he wrote in a statement. "However, while this kind of violent vigilantism can not be justified, what these highlights are the growing fear within our community, both in Australia and New Zealand, with increasing Muslim presence."
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"The real cause of bloodshed in New Zealand today is an immigration program that allows Muslim fanatics to move to New Zealand in the first place," he said.
On Friday, at least 49 people were killed following a shooting spree at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand.
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The police said the boy was arrested but released at no charge pending further investigation.
The Australian Broadcasting Corporation reports a fundraising page created to cover legal fees and help him buy "more eggs."
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The Australian Government's government and opposition agree on a repression against Anning in his stand on the Shootings in Parliament Continued in April. Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison commented on Anning's comments.
"In her conflation of this disgusting terrorist attack on immigration issues, in her attacks on Islamic faith specifically – the comments are horrible and they are ugly and they have no place in Australia, in the Australian Parliament, "says Morrison. "He should, frankly, be ashamed of himself."
Anning, 69, was criticized for the time being for controversial statements, including when he spoke to calling the Australian Parliament for a "final solution" to immigration. ] Fox News & # 39; Liam Quinn and the Associated Press have contributed to this report.