Australian nationalists and supporters of the United Patriots Front (UPF) rallied against the construction of a mosque in the city of Bendigo, Saturday. Protesters sang the Australian national anthem, waved Australian flags and held banners condemning Islam. Blair Cottrell, one of the leaders of the UPF, gave a speech to the protesters where he criticised the "global agenda" for flooding Australia with "third world immigrants." A counter-demonstration, organised by the Bendigo Action Coalition, was held in the same park. A large police presence was on hand to keep the rival protesters separated and police made four arrests were made during the day.
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