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Call for Muslim Christmas bonus cut sparks outrage in Austria

Call for Muslim Christmas bonus cut sparks outrage in Austria
By Robert Hackwill
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A trade union linked to the far-right FPO in Austria faces criticism for social media post targeting Christmas bonus for Muslims.


In the superheated Austrian presidential election atmosphere a hastily-deleted social media post from an Austrian trade union close to the Freedom Party is causing a stir.

Austrian trade union suggests Muslims shouldn't be eligible for Christmas bonus for pensioners

— The Local Austria (@TheLocalAustria) 29 novembre 2016

The site’s 14,000 members were asked if Muslims should not receive the Austrian worker’s Christmas bonus. At the time of closing the thread a majority of 600 answering the question were in favour of denying what can be two month’s salary and other perks.

That’s around 2600 euros less to spend on a minimum wage, or more than 5000 on the national average, (2014 figs.).

.ggreenwald</a> has written a niece piece on Europe&#39;s right-wing parties & their pro-Zionist/anti-Muslim views. <a href=""></a></p>&mdash; Emran Feroz (Emran_Feroz) 30 novembre 2016

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