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Earlier in the morning police formed a line in front of the anti-racism protesters and stationed several units of mounted officers around Martin Place. Banners reading “stand with multiculturalism against racism” and “no racism, no Islamophbia” were held high.

Three arrested as Reclaim Australia and anti-racism protesters face off in Sydney

the Guardian
Three people have been arrested at a rally by the anti-Islam Reclaim Australia group in central Sydney. A man has been arrested for offensive behaviour and another for breaching the peace, while a woman has been taken into custody for assaulting police, a police spokeswoman said. It is believed the woman, who was the first arrested, was among…Read More
This is not just about the muslim minority in Australia, but all of us immigrants, doesn't matter the colour and race. They say that they are not Nazis and terrorist, and i can see the SS, swastika and the Nazi iron cross on his head. I reckon if his head was bigger even the map of Germany, the whole Wehrmacht would be tattooed on his head with…Read More
Reclaim Australia, No Room for Racism protests: Demonstrators clash as rival groups kick off nationwide rallies

'Ugly scenes' as anti-racism protesters clash with rivals

ABC News
Reclaim Australia, No Room for Racism protests: Demonstrators clash as rival groups kick off nationwide rallies Updated July 18, 2015 21:52:17 There have been chaotic scenes on Melbourne's streets as anti-racism protesters and nationalists clash in demonstrations. Anti-Islamic groups Reclaim Australia and the United Patriots…Read More
Reclaim Australia race rallies: police use capsicum spray in Melbourne on 18th of July 2015

Reclaim Australia race rallies: police use capsicum spray

TheAustralian
Angry protesters have exchanged abuse in clashes between Reclaim Australia and anti-racism rallies in Melb. Reclaim Australia protesters have clashed with anti-racism groups and police have used capsicum spray at opposing rallies in Melbourne. The steps and roads around state parliament have been blocked and police lines are dividing…Read More
This Sunday on 19th of July 2015 is another rally by the Reclaim Australia organisation.

Reclaim Australia rally set for Sydney on Sunday

The Sydney Morning Herald
Police use pepper spray at the protest in Melbourne. Photo: Luis Ascui Reclaim Australia protesters will descend on Sydney's Martin Place on Sunday after similar rallies  ended in violence in Melbourne. The protesters will gather in Martin Place between Macquarie and Phillip Streets at 10.30am tomorrow protesting against what Reclaim…Read More
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