Women are driving the sharia creep in NZ: A Muslim woman who unsuccessfully lobbied New Zealand’s big banks for interest-free mortgages is turning her attention to other financial institutions. South Auckland woman Sara Jawadi recently approached banks in an effort to provide Sharia-friendly mortgages to Muslim customers like herself. Paying or receiving interest on loans… Continue reading Muslim woman turns to financial institutions for Islam-friendly mortgages
The Washington Institute assesses NZ’s contribution to the Islamic State. Notice this is somewhat more comprehensive than any NZ media outlet has managed. They provide a 5 page .pdf of their investigation. Zelin20150401-NewZealandInternationalReview The small but growing number of Kiwis participating in the Syrian jihad holds several lessons for the New Zealand government and other… Continue reading A foreign assessment of NZ’s contribution to the Islamic State
Islamic school keeps watchful cyber eye on students Teachers at New Zealand’s biggest Islamic school are monitoring students’ online activity in light of increasing international concerns over how extremist groups are using the internet to recruit members. Principal of Mangere’s Al-Madinah School, Asin Ali, told the Herald on Sunday that cyber-monitoring of his 550 students… Continue reading Islamic school keeps watchful cyber eye on students
Left to right: Hanan Chilab, Ridha Chilab, Wjdan Chilab and Zaynab Chilab (in front) watch a video of their father and grandfather’s funeral Refugee fighting for civilian army against Isis dies when rocket hits his car and family fears brothers will be next as they try to take revenge. One of the children of slain… Continue reading Daughter of Kiwi killed by Isis: ‘I fear my brothers will die next’
Hawkes Bay is the home of Islamic State in New Zealand, but they have no worries, as his refugee family of 24 are now set for a lifetime of welfare and social services. An explosion from a rocket believed to be fired by Islamic State terrorists in Iraq has robbed a Napier family of its… Continue reading Napier dad dies in Isis rocket attack
There is no mention of radicalisation because it is just ordinary Islam that leads people to want to fight for the cause. NZ-based individuals ‘talked out of joining Isis’ after approaches by worried parents, says Key Prime Minister John Key says the SIS has talked would-be jihadists in New Zealand out of joining Isis after… Continue reading Kiwis ‘talked down’ from joining Isis – Key.
It should be suggested instead that NZ stop allowing foreign governments to spread Islam here in NZ, instead of requesting money from the NZ government to stop radicals once they have been recruited. FIANZ, who tax NZ’s food supply to promote their radical agenda of spreading Islam in NZ have the cheek to request Government… Continue reading Kiwi mum who lost son to Isis calls for stronger support network
A former New Zealander now living in Denmark says her son was killed when he travelled to Syria to fight with Islamic State (Isis) after authorities failed to stop him. Karolina Dam, formerly of Auckland but now living in Denmark, told Radio New Zealand her 18-year-old son Lukas died in an American air strike on… Continue reading Former New Zealander says son killed travelling to Syria.
FIANZ, who you will remember from WikiLeaks as a major promotor of Saudi brand Islam, is pushing the separate registration/halal taxation of Maori businesses. Most people know that Muslims do not drink alcohol, or consume food that has been cooked with alcohol. They do not consume anything that has used pork products. All other meat… Continue reading Halal Tourism – an opportunity for Maori tourism businesses?
Of course Mohammed’s Profit figures were wrong, in the financial year to 2014 they made almost $1M pure profit from their certifications. FIANZ plans $12 million Centre in Auckland The Federation of Islamic Associations of New Zealand (FIANZ) is to build an Islamic Centre in Auckland at an estimated cost of $12 million, it has… Continue reading FIANZ plans $12 million Centre in Auckland