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Anti-Islam attack angers PM

The Prime Minister has strongly rejected Indonesian concerns that Australia’s stand on Iraq is anti-Muslim, describing them as “an absurd and monstrous distortion of what is at stake”. John Howard used his seventh visit to Indonesia yesterday to reassure President Megawati Soekarnoputri that there was “no anti-Muslim component” in the attitude of Australia, the United States and Britain to Iraq. “Those who seek to depict our approach as being in any way anti-Islamic are not telling the truth,” Mr Howard told reporters as he stood next to Mrs Megawati at the presidential palace. “They are deliberately trying to promote discord between the great religions of the world and also between countries that have friendly relations.” Full Story

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