More violence on Manus

Dear Prime Minister,

 At the time of the attack Islam was still suffering from a damaged arm sliced open several months ago. Photograph: Supplied from Manus Island (https://www.theguardian.com/australia-news/2017/dec/20/manus-refugee-attacked-fsecond-time-amid-tension-over-australian-centres

 At the time of the attack Islam was still suffering from a damaged arm sliced open several months ago. Photograph: Supplied from Manus Island (https://www.theguardian.com/australia-news/2017/dec/20/manus-refugee-attacked-fsecond-time-amid-tension-over-australian-centres

Joinul Islam is a Bangladeshi refugee. He was one of the 420 refugees who stayed in the former Detention Centre at Lombrun, Manus Island, after it was shut down. He chose to have no food, water, medications or shelter because he was afraid that he would be attacked again if he had to move to Lorengau. On Black Friday, 24th November 2017, he was forced to move. And his fears of violence have been proved correct: he was robbed and beaten in Lorengau.

Prime Minister, I hate to use this photo which shows Joinul Islam as a victim. But what other means do I have to plea for justice? Does Australia need to have Joinul Islam and his fellow refugees bleed so that we can feel safe?