The mosque is the only one in the region and the attack comes four months after a previous attack.
Combined force of anti-Islam groups - marching under banner 'Reclaim Australia' - clash with opposition protesters.
Certification company boss says online videos claimed he supported terrorism
Cyclists ride 18 kilometers from Sydney mosque to site of recent cafe siege in tribute to 2 hostages who lost their lives.
The attacker was well known to Australian authorities, having been charged as an accessory to murder and with dozens of counts of sexual and indecent assault. He had been free on bail.
Iran's national police chief said that Tehran had asked Australia for extradition of Monis
Within hours of the attack on the Lindt cafe in the centre of the city, a Muslim group reported that women wearing the hijab had been spat on and far right calls of protests
Australian Islamic Mission says protests against mosque plans driven by ‘anti-Muslim’ sentiment
Australia's parliament lifts ban on facial coverings, including niqabs and burqas, after riticised by Muslim groups, lawmakers and opposition members of Australian parliament
The campaign, Women in Solidarity with Hijabs (WISH) , began ten days ago and has already attracted almost 18,000 “likes” in Facebook
Muslim preachers would now be "red-carded", Abbot said, during the visa process.
The victim had her head bashed into the wall of the train a number times by an unknown woman who was shouting abuse before being pushed off the train.
The operation, following information from the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation, was much smaller than raids earlier this month.
A complaint brought forward by a 41-year-old uniformed member of the Navy that he was assaulted by two men of "Middle Eastern appearance" outside his home, has been taken back.
Airports have become a flashpoint of the increased security, and many Muslims say they are being singled out for lengthy and extensive searches. Four mosques had received bomb threats in recent days, and Muslim woman attacked on streets
The mosques are not just offering information about Islam to non-Muslims, but also to Muslims as well, allowing them to familiarize themselves better with the true teachings of their religion.
The Islamic Council of Victoria secretary Ghaith Krayem described the new measures as "ludicrous."
Muslim groups say new counter-terrorism law proposals would adversely affect the rights of innocent people.
Despite vocal protests and a social media campaigns from opponents, the Bendigo City Council last month approved plans for a $3 million mosque.
Councillors voted 7-2 on Wednesday night to approve building, amid heckling from protestors.