波林·韩珊(Pauline Hanson)去了一趟悉尼的Lakemba,被人骂了,还被说“滚回你原来的地方”。她也对这个城区说了一些很难听的话。

据《每日邮报》报道,韩珊说,她永远也不会住在穆斯林聚居区,觉得戴伊斯兰教面纱的女性令人不适。

韩珊在发布新书《波林口述实录》(Pauline: In Her Own Words)之前说,她还会继续发表她对穆斯林移民的看法。

Pauline Hanson (pictured) has given a scathing assessment of the Sydney suburb of Lakemba, where she was abused and told to 'go back where you came from'

“Lakemba不是我想去的地方,非常异国化,看到所有走来走去的女人都把自己遮起来,这不是澳洲的生活方式,”她说道,“我们没有谈到的问题是这些女性想穿一整套布卡(全身试罩袍)吗?这是澳洲,我们可以讨论这个问题,但大家都不敢提出来。”

“在伊朗,有人抗议说他们不想被控制,被告知应该穿什么衣服,但为什么我们可以很好地接受呢?”她说道。

The One Nation leader received a mixed reaction when she visited the majority-Muslim suburb in Sydney's south-west (pictured)

身为一族党党魁的韩珊最近去了位于悉尼西南区、以穆斯林为主的Lakemba,当地居民对她的反应不一。

虽然部分当地居民很友善,但也有人对她大喊大叫,跟她说“滚回你原来的地方”。

韩珊说,我们得继续探讨这个问题,但她对穆斯林的立场不代表她反对所有国家的移民聚居区。“许多城区都聚集了来自同一个国家的人,伦敦有澳人聚居的地方,但这些都有着相似的文化。”

'What we're not talking about is do these women want to wear a full burqa? This is Australia, we should be able to talk about it, but people are too scared to bring it up,' Ms Hanson said (pictured is a stock image of people celebrating Ramadan in Lakemba)

“穆斯林不一样的是他们推行伊斯兰教法,推行清真,推行隔离,出门穿布卡戴面纱,这令人感到困扰,”她说道,“他们希望游泳池为穆斯林女性安装帘子,希望宗教学校教这些东西,这不是澳洲的生活方式。”

'In Iran we have people protesting saying they don't want to be controlled and told what to wear, but here we are fine with it?' Ms Hanson said (pictured is a stock image of people celebrating Ramadan in Lakemba)

韩珊表示,批评她的人指责她反对穆斯林,但她坚称,许多穆斯林认同她的看法,但不敢说出来。

“许多穆斯林跟我说,他们同意我的看法,他们不想穿布卡或者受到宗教限制,这就是他们来澳洲的原因,”她说道,“一名出租车司机跟我说,他在少年时代放弃伊斯兰信仰,现在他的叔叔想杀了他。”

Speaking before the launch of her new book, Pauline: In Her Own Words (pictured), Ms Hanson said would continue to give her opinions about Muslim immigration

“很多人都有这种恐惧,他们不希望澳洲变成祖国那样,”她说道,“他们知道发生了什么事,许多人生活在恐惧之中。他们害怕恐怖主义、害怕谋杀。”

While some locals were friendly, Ms Hanson (pictured) was also the target of yelled obscenities and told: 'Go back where you came from'

她说,她对伊斯兰和移民的强烈立场不意味着一族党成为关注单一问题的党派,并敦促澳人充分理解她的说辞“我不是只关心单一问题的政客。1996年以来大家都因移民而知道我,但我和一族党不单单关心这个问题。我们在农民、家庭法庭、跨国公司、税务和预算方面都有自己的立场。”

Members of the Sydney Muslim community rally in Lakemba, Sydney, against counter-terror raids

“我们关注的是未来和澳洲生活方式,而不单单是为了选票,”她说道。

Ms Hanson (pictured with her daughter) book was launched in Canberra on Tuesday morning by none other than Tony Abbott