Among others to attack the politician was media commentator Piers Morgan, who tweeted: 'Are you f*cking kidding me???'
Independent Queensland senator William Fraser Anning made shocking comments regarding the shootings in two mosques, which killed at least 49 people, on Friday, March 15. "Those views have no place in Australia, let alone the Australian parliament".
"This act of terror on innocent worshippers is an atrocity and we grieve with the victims and their families", Dr Jneid said in a statement on Friday.
"Let us be clear, while Muslims may have been the victims today, they are usually the perpetrators", Anning wrote.
"I can not dream what world a politician or any Australian is seeing by blaming their victims and the faces of those being murdered".
This is not the first time Anning - who took office in 2017 after the previous senator was removed over a technicality with his citizenship - has opposed Muslims.
"I hope there is a real question as to his position as a federal parliamentarian given the privileges and the responsibilities which are attached to that".
Anning's final solution ― a vote to ban Muslims from the country ― was ignored and lawmakers across the aisle came together to decry the racist politician.
"It's sad that things have got to get to a point where this white supremacist's hate speech is said in our own Parliament", Aly said.
Mass shootings at two mosques in New Zealand's eastern city of Christchurch have left at least 49 people dead and 48 more wounded, police said on Friday.
According to 7 News Melbourne reporter Kristy Mayr, the boy was taken into custody by the cops after being held in a "citizen's arrest" by Anning supporters/nationalist thugs at the conference. Police have asked social media users to stop sharing the footage but copies were still being shared on Twitter, Youtube and Facebook hours after the shootings.
Earlier on Saturday, Minister for Home Affairs Peter Dutton instructed Senator Anning not to make any further public comment on the matter.