Bid to ban the Islamic State flag in Australia

The Islamic State flag – the death cult’s black and white symbol of hate – has been banned in many European countries from being flown in public, yet it remains legal in Australia.

Germany, Austria, Switzerland and the Netherlands all have varying bans placed on the symbol that inspires extremist Muslim faatics around the globe.

And in August, British Prime Minister David Cameron said police could arrest people who fly the flag in public in the UK.

There is a growing push in Australia that the flag should be banned in a bid to reduce fanaticism.

The federal government yesterday confirmed the flag was not banned, but said many actions associated to its use were now illegal…


Banning stuff is kind of a slippery slope. What might be next?

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