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Bendigo mosque clash a political strategy

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The recent clash in East Bendigo over the weekend drew hundreds in an aim to voice the pros and cons of the proposed Mosque development.

With many protestors commuting from out of the rural town, Bendigo Mayor Peter Cox believes the scuffle was politically induced.

Reporter Mariam Koslay explored the effects of the protest in Bendigo on the construction of the mosque and the changing perspectives on Islam.

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