Australia’s Jewish community has expressed dismay after a local council’s decision to prevent the construction of a new synagogue because of the possibility of it becoming the target of a radical Islamist attack. The New South Wales Land and Environment Court supported the decision of the local council to prevent the building of the place of worship in the Sydney suburb of Bondi, near the country’s most famous beach. It said the risk assessment at the site was “inadequate” and that a “more sophisticated risk assessment process” may be required for the extremist threat that would face the site.
Source: Drudge Report

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