Home affairs minister Peter Dutton has called for a re-examination of Australia’s citizenship process after Friday’s Bourke Street attack in Melbourne. Speaking on Sunday, Dutton said “there are some people [who] should not go on to become Australian citizens”. Hassan Khalif Shire Ali, who killed one person and injured several others in a knife attack, came to Australia with his family in the 1990s. Dutton also criticised Labor MP and counter-terrorism expert Anne Aly for calling prime minister Scott Morrison “politically desperate” for his comments following the attack. Dutton said the Labor MP wanted “to deny there’s a problem or suggest that this is not the problem people make it out to be” …

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