CDP: No-Goh policy on mosques and Islamic immigration

14 November 2007

A 10-year ban on Islamic immigration to Australia and on the construction of any Islamic schools or mosques is the main election policy for one of Macarthur's federal election candidates.

Christian Democratic Party (Fred Nile Group) candidate Godwin Goh said his party, if elected, would also lobby the NSW Government and Federal Government to change any anti-vilification or anti-discrimination laws that could make such a proposal illegal.

Mr Goh said he wanted: "No Muslim immigration for 10 years, no setting up schools and mosques, too."

A decade is the time Mr Goh said was needed to review the impact of Muslim migration to Australia.