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Feast between Muslims & Police in Australia is canceled after protests

Sydney – The feast was aimed at promoting better relations between police & Muslims but the annual Australia Federal Police (AFP) dinner in Sydney for the Muslim religious festival of Ramadan later this month has been canceled due to community protests.

The group called Concerned Muslims Australia (CMA).

These Allah believers said the dinner is tokenistic and the group also claimed police mistreat Allah believers with its counter terrorism policies and it was trying to make a false impression of good relations between Muslims & police.

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In a written statement, the AFP said the decision not to host this year’s dinner showed the AFP and its partner agencies were consulting with and responding to the community. It said there would be other events in the future.

Later this month an AFP Ramadan dinner is to be held in Melbourne as scheduled.

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