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Attacks against Muslim communities resurface


Dec 02, 2021 04:05:15 PM

Attacks against Muslim communities resurface Minister for Infrastructure Jone Usamate says he is sad to see attacks against Muslim communities have resurfaced ahead of the 2022 general elections.

While speaking in Parliament, Usamate said this week on social media he has seen allegations made about Muslims in Fiji taking over the country.

He said in the last two general elections, there were social media posts about having a similar Dom to Muslim temples even though that building was built by the British ages ago.

 “We need to ensure that those forces that destroyed democracy in Fiji in the past do not do so again and destroy what they have built so far,” he said.

“We have had the events of 1987 and 2000 where the politics of ethnicity and religion brought about the loss of democracy and economic turmoil.

“This is what we need to control in order to strengthen their democracy and future. The events of 2006 were the beginnings of rectifying the forces that led to the problems in the past.

 “Scare tactics of ethnicity has started again and he has seen allegations on social media about Muslims in Fiji taking over the country.

“Some people have got into parliament by tendering and aiding to this kind of rhetoric in the past to gain votes. President Ratu Wiliame Katonivere has told us not to do this.

“We should focus on those who are in poverty equally irrespective of who they are and that is what the FijiFirst Government stands for,” he said.

He said parliamentarians need to put the long-term interest of the nation first as lies have the potential to destroy democracy, the economy and the collective future of the people as a whole

By Nacanieli Tuilevuka







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