Our next door neighbour is the largest muslim country in the world - Indonesia.
We full supported Indonesia in their struggle for independence from the Dutch. And we fought with Indonesians against the Japanese invasion in WW II. And after the tsunami, without thought or hesitation, we gave muslim Indonesians one thousand million dollars as a gift to relieve their suffering.
And just the other day Indonesia held its second free and fair election. And we are over the moon at this.
We have fully supported Indonesian, and so muslim, independence. And we fully and enthusiastically support Indonesian democracy.
Unfortunately the Islamists chose this very moment - the moment of the success of liberal democracy - to register their violent hatred of democracy in Indonesia and Australia.
And they chose to register their violent hatred of democracy by slaughtering a number of my fellow Australians as they peacefully had their breakfast.
Australians get on very well, with the Indonesian people, almost all who are muslim, and we get on very well with the elected Indonesian government.
We get on so well the Indonesian government has invited the Australian Federal Police to join them in Indonesia to investigate the mass murder of Australians by Islamists yesterday morning at breakfast.
And I ask all decent and democratic people to support Indonesia and Australia as together we face Islamist mass murder.