Wall Street Journal Middle East columnist Yaroslav Trofimov was scrolling through a news story on his phone on Sunday when this Australian anti-refugee ad popped up.
As anti-refugee advertising spreads among the tens of thousands of people fleeing active war zones, Australian bombers and special forces continue to contribute to the anti-ISIS war effort in Syria and northern Iraq.
The ads are a signature element of the Australian government's "Operation Sovereign Borders", which has seen the military called in to tow back asylum-seeker boats to Indonesia.
The operation has been heralded by some right-wing groups in Europe as a great success. Australia's PR tactics were even adopted by prominent Dutch anti-immigration politician Geert Wilders earlier this year.
Mark Di Stefano is a media and politics correspondent for BuzzFeed News and is based in London.
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