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The setup comes after the termination of an eight-year shared services agreement at the end of 2013 with Nexstar-owned WROC-TV, which saw WROC produce news content for WUHF.
To keep her on the public teat after this outrage would be to rub salt into the wound.'An ABC spokesman late on Tuesday night resisted calls for her to be sacked.'Ms Abdel-Magied is also engaged in a range of other activities and work that is not related to the ABC.
Adelaide Sheikh Mohammad Tawhidi and federal Nationals MP George Christensen are demanding Yassmin Abdel-Magied lose her job as host of ABC News 24's Australia Wide program for her inappropriate Facebook post.'Lest we forget (Manus, Nauru, Syria, Palestine),' Ms Abdel-Magied said on Tuesday afternoon.
However, the ABC is resisting calls for her to be sacked arguing her views 'do not represent the ABC'.
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Ms Abdel-Magied was a national finalist for Young Australian of the Year in 2015 for her work as a member of the Federal Anzac Centenary Commemoration Youth Working Group.
On Tuesday, the Sudanese-born ABC presenter and Muslim youth activist quickly deleted the post and said: 'It was brought to my attention that my last post was disrespectful, and for that, I apologise unreservedly.' However Sheikh Tawhidi, who emerged from hiding on Tuesday morning to lay a wreath at Two Wells, north of Adelaide, said the ABC needed to distance itself from Ms Abdel-Magied.'She must be sacked immediately and the ABC must release a statement disassociating themselves from the opinions of Yassmin and condemning her,' he told Daily Mail Australia on Tuesday night.'Failure to do so will only add to the long list of reasons as to why many Australians believe the ABC should not be receiving any government funding.'Yassmin's statement had hurt many Australians and brought tears to my eyes.'Sheikh Tawhidhi added it was unacceptable for her to 'hijack the Anzac memory for political and religious reasons'.'I believe such disgusting statements do nothing but add more pain to the hearts of Australian families who have lost their brave children and only gives aid and comfort to ISIS and other radical groups,' he said.'How dare anyone compare a group of unknown individuals, some of whom could be radicals, trying to enter this country, with the pure blood and sacrifice of our heroic soldiers.
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Such a comparison is invalid and strongly condemned.'George Christensen, the federal Nationals member for Dawson in north Queensland, went further and said the Sudanese-born Muslim activist should leave Australia.'Yassmin should no longer be on the public broadcaster's tax-funded payroll,' he tweeted.'Self-deportation should also be considered.' A petition, posted on Tuesday by Sydney man Mark Klein, has attracted more than 400 supporters calling for ABC managing director Michelle Guthrie to sack Ms Abdel-Magied.'We, the taxpayers, who fund the ABC, call on its managing director Michelle Guthrie to sack Abdel-Magied for her despicable insult,' it said.
'It is bad enough that she would use ANZAC day to sully the sacrifice of our servicemen and women.
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