Muslim migrants told to fit in or leave Australia
Muslim settlers in Australia who do not want to integrate should "go back to where you came from," a member of parliament said Monday.
Connie Fierravanti-Wells, speaking after Saturday's violent demonstration in Sydney over a video mocking Islam, told parliament that those "who have come out here with little or no intention of integrating themselves, who have no desire to assimilate, who preach hatred and violence" should leave.
Police used pepper spray to stop more than 200 protesters reaching the US consulate.
Saturday's crowd bore aloft black jihadist flags and banners with slogans that read "Behead all those who insult the Prophet" and "Our dead are in paradise, your dead are in hell".
There were also banners insulting Coptic Christians and US President Barack Obama.
After violent and often deadly demonstrations in Muslim countries over the Innocence of Muslims video on YouTube, Australian police warned of a vigorous response to any fresh violence.
Six protesters were arrested and charged over Saturday's fracas in which 17 people were injured.