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Australia's political and religious leaders unite against extremism after Christchurch attack

SBS Sunday, 17 March 2019
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has vowed "peace and love" will triumph against the hate that motivated the Christchurch terror attacks as police have increased their presence at mosques across Australia to calm community concerns among the Islamic community. Jessica Washington reports from Auburn, in Sydney's west, where many came to pray for those in Christchurch who never got the chance to finish their prayers.
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