- خبر من مصادر إنجليزية.
أعلنت شرطة ولاية "فيكتوريا" الأسترالية عن الدفع بمزيد من القوات الأمنية؛ حيث أكد "تيم كرترايت" -نائب مأمور شرطة "فيكتوريا"- أن القوات الأمنية ستكثف من تواجدها بما يزيد عن مستويات تأمين المظاهرات السلمية عقب الدعوة لاحتشاد غير المسلمين لمواجهة المظاهرات التي شهدتها "سيدني" الأسبوع الماضي اعتراضًا على الفيلم المسيء، بمظاهرات تمثل صحوة عنيفة ضد الإسلام والمسلمين.
وقد أكدت الشرطة أنه تم تبادل رسائل نصية تدعو للخروج في المظاهرة بكثافة، والاستعداد لخوض المعركة دفاعًا عن حقوق وأراضي الأستراليين، هذا إضافة إلى أن صفحة الفيس بوك الخاصة بدعم الإسلام والوقوف ضد العنصرية قد تلقت وابلاً من التهديدات، وكذلك تم إلغاء محاضرة الشيخ "فايز محمد" بمدينة "سيدني"، والتي كان من المقرر أن تقيمها حركة أهل السنة والجماعة بمكتبة البخاري للتعليق على الفيلم المسيء والمظاهرات المعارضة له. المصدر: شبكة الألوكة.
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Record Victorian police to manage rally after explicit text calls for anti-Islamic uprising
VICTORIA Police have declared they will deploy record numbers to manage a proposed demonstration in Melbourne on Sunday after an explicit anti-Islamic text message urging a violent uprising began circulating across the state.
Deputy Victorian Police Commissioner Tim Cartwright says police will be out in force "above and beyond our standard response to a peaceful rally."
"We are not just talking about people who would be people who are a part of the protest, we would be also very concerned about anyone who is visiting the protest to start violence," Deputy Cartwright said.
The text message calls upon non-Muslim Australians to attend the protest in response to the brutal riots in Sydney last weekend.
The message, its sender so far unknown to authorities, urges people to be "ready for a battle for our rights and our land," and threatens: "They thought the Cronulla riots were bad."
The Facebook page for the pro-Islamic protest "Stand up against racism and rally in defense (sic) of Islam," has already received swarms of threatening messages slandering Muslims, calling Islamic people "hairy dogs" and other profanities.
The text message reads in part: "ATT: All Australians, this Sunday these Muslim DOGS are planning a protest in OUR city. I call on all brothers and sisters to meet at (location and time deleted) on Sunday for a united march to the state library. ''
Victoria Police said they are monitoring all social media sites and text messages.
Deputy Commissioner Cartwright says police are trying to track down whoever was behind the text message.
''We'll be trying to identify the group or people and will be paying them a visit as soon as we can, just to investigate it and make sure it doesn't happen,'' he told Fairfax Radio.
Victoria's Muslim leaders are refusing to support any community protests in response to the unrest in Sydney and are calling for calm.
But police believe some Muslims are planning a Sunday rally at Melbourne's State Library.
Mr Cartwright said police would be stationed in the city watching for anyone who tries to promote violence, either among the Muslim protesters or any onlookers.
''We expect the best but plan for the worst,'' he said.
The Islamic community has condemned the violence that erupted at the Sydney protests, which were held to show outrage at an offensive anti-Islamic film made by an Egyptian Coptic Christian in Los Angeles.
Political leaders in Victoria are dismayed by the text message inciting violence against Muslims.
''I am absolutely appalled that we should have any such thing circulating,'' said Acting Premier Peter Ryan.
''I implore people to ignore it. Whoever has written it is a dill.''
Opposition Leader Daniel Andrews said the text message was just plain wrong.
''We have a vibrant multi-faith, multicultural community here,'' he said.
''It's a rich asset, it's what sets us apart.''
Meanwhile, lecture and meeting due to be held by controversial Sheik Feiz Mohammed in Sydney has been cancelled.
The Australian branch of the Ahlus Sunnah Wal Jama'ah (ASWJ) movement was due to stage the event on Wednesday night at the Bukhari House Islamic Book Store in Auburn to discuss Saturday's Muslim riots.
ASWJ said the lecture would also address the Innocence of Muslims, the short YouTube film that sparked the violent demonstrations, and ''what our responsibilities are regarding this matter''.
But ASWJ announced at about 2.30pm (AEST) on Wednesday that the meeting had been cancelled and said Sheik Mohammed would instead conduct media interviews to discuss the riots.
The movement gave no immediate reason for cancelling the event.
A NSW Police spokesman said they were aware the meeting had been cancelled but said no request had been made to call it off.
Sheik Mohammed has courted controversy in recent years, most notably in 2007 for his DVDs calling for the murder of ''infidels'' and describing Jews as ''pigs''.
السلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركاته الحمد لله على نعمة الإسلام نسال الله السلامة والعافية لإخواننا المسلمين في كل مكان هذه هجمة شرسة من هولاء القوم سبحان الله ماهذا التكالب على الإسلام وأهله اللهم اجعل كيد الأعداء في نحورهم يا رب العالمين.
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