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Sunrise host Nat Barr grills Albanese minister over Hamas attacks on Israel not being designated a ‘terror attack’

The Albanese government has not formally designated the Hamas attacks on southern Israel as “terror attacks”, limiting the financial assistance to Australian Jews affected by the massacre.

The Australian reported on the Labor government’s failure to make the designation within 100 days, meaning the Victim of Terrorism Overseas Payment under the Social Security Act is not currently available to Australians impacted by the tragedy.

WATCH THE VIDEO ABOVE: Albanese Education Minister Jason Clare questioned over government failure to designate October 7 as a terror attack.

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The fund allows payment of up to $75,000 for victims.

The Australian government has made more than 50 declarations of overseas terror attacks, including the attacks on the US on September 11, 2001, and the Bali bombings in 2002.

Sunrise host Nat Barr speaking with Education Minister Jason Clare and deputy opposition leader Sussan Ley on Friday. Credit: Seven

On Sunrise on Friday, host Natalie Barr grilled Education Minister Jason Clare, who defended Prime Minister Anthony Albanese and Home Affairs Minister Clare O’Neil’s perceived inaction.

“The Prime Minister has said this is a terror attack and we (the government) are providing financial support for Australians affected — with more than $50 million of support to the Jewish and Muslim community,” Clare argued.

While he didn’t qualify that figure, Foreign Minister Penny Wong — who visited Israel this month — has pledged an additional “$21.5 million in humanitarian assistance to the Middle East”.

Her office said in a January 16 statement the extra funds takes “Australia’s total humanitarian commitment since the Hamas terror attacks on October 7 to more than $46 million”.

Clare went on to say most Australians wanted to see the end of the conflict from both sides, saying: “Those dead bodies on either side of the border, they aren’t just bodies — for Jewish and Muslim Australians, those bodies have names.”

However, Nat pressed the minister on why the tragedy wasn’t formally designated a terror attack — which Clare struggled to answer.

“In terms of this declaration, I am not the Minister for Home Affairs, but I expect more from the Minister for Home Affairs in due course,” Clare said.

He went on to talk about the devastation happening in Gaza., reiterating that the government has given “more than $50 million worth of support”.

He said, since he last appeared on Sunrise, “more than 5,000 people have died in Gaza, more than 2,000 kids have died, those children who aren’t dead aren’t at school”.

“Fifty per cent of the schools in Gaza have been destroyed, 60 per cent of homes have been destroyed in Gaza, 70 per cent of hospitals have been destroyed in Gaza,” he said.

“I think all Australians want to see an end to this war as soon as possible.”

Australia has designated Hamas as a terrorist group.

Nat then questioned deputy Opposition leader Sussan Ley, who said: “The devastation and the heartbreak that Jason is talking about began on October 7.

“I don’t understand why this hasn’t been designated a terror attack. I don’t think Jason can either.

“I don’t think he can make excuses for his Home Affairs Minister.

“But his Prime Minister Anthony Albanese needs to fix this today. It’s been more than 100 days.”

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