Two men have been arrested at Sydney’s popular Cronulla Beach where hundreds gathered on the 10th anniversary of the violent Cronulla riots.
The anti-racism activists were quickly escorted into a police van and taken from the area after one of the men verbally abused police officers whilst the other man was allegedly searched after presenting suspicious behaviour.
Over 100 anti-Islam activists gathered for what was labelled a ‘non-halal’ barbeque.
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The activists gathered around a pig on a spit, in an area that was cornered off by police.
Some participants were carrying Australian flags and wearing shirts with logos that stated “love it or leave it” and “I’m an infidel and proud.”
Police continue to monitor the area.