Tuesday, January 7, 2014

Australian Navy Forcing Muslim-Boats Back To Indonesia

(News article and photos direct from The Daily Telegraph & BNI on January 7, 2014.)

In order to save his beloved Australia from Muslim invasion
our PM Tony Abbott has chucked the Political Correctness
out of the window and pushed the Muslim-boats back.
Tony Abbott, Australia's prime minister, has deployed the navy to force back boats carrying asylum seekers from Indonesian waters for the first time, leaving the boats to run aground on a remote island.

Indonesian sources said two boats carrying groups of about 45 Middle Eastern and North African asylum seekers (all Muslims) were "pushed" back into Indonesian territory by the Australian navy.

Mr Abbott, elected last year after running on a hard-line pledge to "stop the boats", would not confirm the incidents. The move could further strain relations with Indonesia, which have been damaged in recent weeks by revelations that Australian spies targeted Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, the Indonesian president, and his wife.

Following the revelations, Indonesia said it would stop cooperating with Australia in stemming the flow of asylum seekers.

In the past six years, more than 50,000 have attempted the perilous voyage in rickety boats from Indonesian transit camps to Australian waters; more than 1,000 are believed to have drowned.

Indonesia's foreign minister, Marty Natalegawa, said Jakarta firmly rejected any policies "that resemble the pushing back the boat". "Such policy is not actually conducive to a comprehensive solution to the issue," he said.

Australia's immigration minister, Scott Morrison, said he could not comment because of "operational security reasons". International law experts have tended to give mixed views on whether it is lawful to turn back a boatload of asylum seekers to another nation's waters.

Mr Morrison stipulated that the Australian navy had not "violated Indonesian territorial sovereignty". An Indonesian police chief on Rote Island, Indonesia's southernmost point, said two boats had arrived in recent weeks after being pushed back by Australian navy vessels.

The first boat, carrying passengers originally from Somalia, Sudan, Eritrea and Iran, was intercepted on December 13 by the Australian navy and "pushed" back to the island on December 19. A second boat, carrying mostly Africans, landed on the island on Monday.
Via-Indonesia route of Boat-Muslims' massive invasion of predominantly-Christian Australia.
Deliberate-sinking of a crowded Muslim-boat near Australia's Christmas Island.
20 years history of Muslim-boat arrivals at Christmas Island, Australia.
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