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AIJAC’s submission to the Australian Parliamentary Joint Committee on Intelligence and Security regarding extremist movements and radicalism in Australia

Feb 15, 2021 | AIJAC staff

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The purpose of this submission to the Inquiry into Extremist Movements and Radicalism in Australia is to highlight to the Parliamentary Joint Standing Committee on Intelligence and Security threats posed by groups not currently included on Australia’s list of terrorist groups. This submission also provides recommendations for the Committee to consider in order to strengthen Australia’s national interest and best protect all Australians, including Jewish Australians.

 

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