Anti-Islamic protesters disrupt Martin Place memorial (to victims of Islam)

A small group of anti-Islamic nationalists have been moved from the Martin Place memorial for the victims of the Lindt Cafe siege following a brief altercation.

No one was arrested but four people, including Party for Freedom chair Nick Folkes, clashed with what the group describes as “Islamists and leftie individuals” near the scene of the fatal Sydney siege on Friday evening.

“We went down there to pay our respects and unfortunately we had two diametrically opposed arguments,” Mr Folkes told AAP.

“There was a lot of heated conversation, for and against.”

Despite the hostilities, Mr Folkes said the group managed to get its message across.

“We’re calling on the government to end… multiculturalism, and end Muslim immigration,” he said.

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  • roccolore

    In the US, you have liberal idiots defending Dzokhar Tsarnaev.

  • moraywatson

    People are starting to catch on: islam is political so protest against its totalitarian political agenda. Abbott said himself (correctly) that the Sydney siege was a political act, so the protestors can expect Tony to have their backs, right?