The usual leftie crap from ABC... Jacqui Lambie screamed at by Islamic leader Yassmin on Islam TV Channel ABC
Sources: https://twitter.com/QandA/status/831104057553014784Senator Jacqui Lambie has told an Australian Islamic leader to "stop playing the victim" in a screaming row on Q&A debating US President Donald Trump's attempt to ban Muslim visitors.
The controversial Tasmanian senator and author Yassmin Abdel-Magied both yelled as they grew furious arguing about sharia law.
Senator Lambie defended her support of Mr Trump's proposed travel ban. She accepted some of the things she said could be quite hateful "to a minority" but defended her views "for a majority who want to feel safe".
"Donald Trump, if he wants to put those on hold for three months he has every right to do so … if that's going to keep America safer, just like it's going to keep Australia safer," she said.
She told Abdel-Magied to "stop playing the victim".
"We've had enough. Your ban got lifted, get over it."
Their debate descended into a shouting match as Senator Lambie interrupted to declare "we have one law in this country and it is Australian law, not Sharia law".
Host Tony Jones was forced to interrupt the women, telling them "shouting at each other is not going to help".
Abdel-Magied said Islam was a faith that taught people to abide by the laws of the land they were on.
"My frustration is that people talk about Islam without knowing anything about it and they're willing to completely negate any of my rights as a human being, as a woman, as a person with agency simply because they have an idea about what my faith is about," she said.
"Islam to me is the most feminist religion: we got equal rights well before the Europeans. We don't take our husbands last names because we ain't their property. We were given the right to own land.
"The fact is, what is culture is separate from what is faith.
"The fact that people want to go around dissing my faith without knowing anything about it and want to chuck me out of a country... the fact is, Jackie … in Sharia it says you follow the law of the land you are on."
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