The Saturday, December 9 march has been organised by Melbourne grandmother Christine Hawkins as a peaceful protest against recent reported comments by Sheik Mohammed Omran and Sydney Mufti Sheik Taj el-Din el-Hilaly about the sexual assaults of women. Australians know how to be tolerant, but we will not tolerate the intolerable. Bikinis are encouraged on the day, but any swimwear, summer skirts, tops, shorts or sarongs were also appropriate, Ms Hawkins said. The article provides the following number for more details — — and requests that interested parties phone between the hours of 6 and 10pm.
The Great Australian Bikini March. Again.
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I'll admit, I laughed when I heard about the Great Australian Bikini March, an upcoming event intended to get bikini-clad Aussies out en masse in protest of Australian Sheik Taj El-Din Hamid Hilaly's suggestion that unveiled women are akin to "uncovered meat" and to blame for rape. It's no secret that Hilaly is on Broadsheet's blacklist, and I'm generally a fan of subversive, outrageous behavior. On second look, though, the big bikini protest seems more frightening than funny. The protest is scheduled for Dec. As it happens, so-called white nationalists have taken an interest in the bikini march, which will end at Melbourne's Islamic Support and Youth Centre. The demonstration is being organized by Christine Hawkins, who refused to describe her "background" in an interview with Australian publication the World Today, saying only that she is a grandmother of two and "veteran bikini wearer. Meanwhile, online white nationalist community Stormfront and like-minded blogs like Patriot Downunder are enthusiastically advertising the event.
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This is a transcript from The World Today. Not sure what this is? Find out more. But police are warning that the protest may be infiltrated by extremists.