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People Are Wishing Pauline Hanson "Eid Mubarak" At The End Of Ramadan

The reaction comes following Hanson's hugely viral dismissal of a halal snack pack on the weekend.

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Australians are taking to social media to wish Queensland's newest senator, One Nation leader Pauline Hanson, Eid Mubarak.

"Eid Mubarak" is a greeting that Muslims use during Ramadan.

The One Nation party is staunchly "anti-multiculturalism". Hanson has previously said she believes Islam's "religious aspect is a fraud".

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On election night, Hanson angrily rejected an offer from Labor senator Sam Dastyari to eat a halal snack pack with him. The video of their exchange has since been viewed almost two million times.

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"Not happening, not interested in halal thank you," she said.

"I don't believe in halal certification. And 98% of Australians don't want halal certification."

Currently, Hanson's personal Facebook page is being flooded with people wishing her Eid Mubarak.

And Twitter users are also wishing the One Nation leader well.

@PaulineHansonOz Eid Mubarak Pauline

@damp_mistress46 @PaulineHansonOz eid mubarak babe! wishing you the best paulz!

@PaulineHansonOz Eid Mubarak, Pauline, would you like a #HalalSnackPack to break your fast? #auspol

As many as three One Nation members, including Hanson, could claim senate seats in Queensland once counting is finalised, which would make her a powerful figure in the next parliament.