Prime Minister Scott Morrison says that the biggest threat to national security is extremist Islam

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has the "radical, violent, extremist Islam". declared the biggest threat to Australia's national security.

In response to the terrorist attack on Bourke Street, Mr. Morrison said he was the first person to protect religious freedoms.

"But that also means that I must be the first to evoke religious extremism," he said at a press conference in Sydney on Saturday.

Mr. Morrison made it clear that no religion was immune and that it took place in many forms around the world.

Premier Scott Morrison (photo) has the "radical, violent, extremist Islam". declared the biggest threat to Australia's national security

Premier Scott Morrison (photo) has the "radical, violent, extremist Islam". declared the biggest threat to Australia's national security

Mr. Morrison urged religious leaders to protect their communities to ensure that dangerous teachings and ideologies & # 39; did not spread in Australia

Mr. Morrison urged religious leaders to protect their communities to ensure that dangerous teachings and ideologies & # 39; did not spread in Australia

Mr. Morrison urged religious leaders to protect their communities to ensure that dangerous teachings and ideologies & # 39; did not spread in Australia

"But here in Australia, we would be fooled if we did not mention that the greatest threat to religious extremism in this country is the radical and dangerous ideology of extremist Islam, & # 39; he said.

Mr. Morrison said that he had a long relationship with the Muslim community and that they were the ones who had raised their concerns about radicalism in recent years.

I have been in the living room of a family whose four sons were going to fight for ISIS, & # 39; he said.

& # 39; And they all died. I have seen the look of complete loss in the eyes of a mother and a father … confused by people who came to mutilate their children. & # 39;

In response to the terrorist attack on Bourke Street, Mr. Morrison said he was the first person to protect religious freedoms

In response to the terrorist attack on Bourke Street, Mr. Morrison said he was the first person to protect religious freedoms

In response to the terrorist attack on Bourke Street, Mr. Morrison said he was the first person to protect religious freedoms

Premier Scott Morrison urged all Australians not to be intimidated by Friday's attack

Premier Scott Morrison urged all Australians not to be intimidated by Friday's attack

Premier Scott Morrison urged all Australians not to be intimidated by Friday's attack

Mr. Morrison urged religious leaders to protect their communities to ensure that dangerous teachings and ideologies & # 39; did not spread in Australia.

They must be proactive, they must be alert and they must call this in their community, & # 39; he said, and added the government and wider community that were needed to work respectfully with them.

Mr. Morrison urged the Australians not to be intimidated by Friday's attack.

& # 39; Be yourself, stay Australians, & # 39; he said.

Be proud of who you are because I know you are and that will ensure that we always beat this creeping evil that comes to us every time. & # 39;

Mr. Morrison urged religious leaders to protect their communities to ensure that dangerous teachings and ideologies & # 39; did not spread in Australia

Mr. Morrison urged religious leaders to protect their communities to ensure that dangerous teachings and ideologies & # 39; did not spread in Australia

Mr. Morrison urged religious leaders to protect their communities to ensure that dangerous teachings and ideologies & # 39; did not spread in Australia

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