“Tell John Key to stop being a slave to America and get out of Iraq. Allahu Akbar,”

An Auckland man who distributed extremist videos, featuring footage of people being shot, beheaded and burned alive has been dragged from court screaming “Allahu Akbar”. Imran Patel, 26, launched into the rant as he was jailed for three years nine months before Auckland District Court this afternoon. “Tell John Key to stop being a slave… Continue reading “Tell John Key to stop being a slave to America and get out of Iraq. Allahu Akbar,”

Man shouted ‘Isis is here’ in scuffle with officers.

Some Muslims take the Quran seriously. Niroshan Nawarajan in court sentenced to home detention for possessing terrorist material. A man who walked into Auckland’s US consulate wearing a black Isis T-shirt and asked if the building was “bomb proof” has been sentenced to five months home detention. Niroshan Nawarajan, 27, previously pleaded guilty to a… Continue reading Man shouted ‘Isis is here’ in scuffle with officers.

Two men sentenced for Islamic State propaganda

An Auckland man has become the first person in the country to be jailed for possessing and circulating objectionable material related to extreme violence. Imran Patel, 26, has been jailed for three years and nine months after pleading guilty to making, distributing and possessing videos depicting cruel violence perpetuated by terrorist group Isis. As he was sentenced Patel stood up and… Continue reading Two men sentenced for Islamic State propaganda

Arrests for offensive Facebook and Twitter posts soar with Islamic Mayor.

625 arrests were made for alleged section 127 offences in 2010 The number of people being arrested for “online crimes of speech” have increased dramatically in London. While arrests for aggressive, threatening or hateful speech on social media declined between 2010 and 2013, the numbers rose last year. According to the Register, a total of… Continue reading Arrests for offensive Facebook and Twitter posts soar with Islamic Mayor.

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First terrorism propaganda conviction: Sentencing today

Islam never sleeps. And this is normal Islam. The first person in the country caught with graphic terrorist propaganda will be sentenced in an Auckland court this morning. Less than five months ago, Niroshan Nawarajan, 27, walked into Auckland’s US consulate wearing a black Isis T-shirt and asked if the building was “bomb proof”. He… Continue reading First terrorism propaganda conviction: Sentencing today

Hamilton taxi driver’s rape appeal dismissed

A Hamilton taxi driver jailed for sexually assaulting two female passengers has had his appeal against his conviction and sentencing dismissed. Abdirahim Sheikh Mohamed Guled, who covered up his security camera with cardboard prior to the assaults, was sentenced to 10 years’ prison in the Hamilton District Court in December 2014 after a jury found… Continue reading Hamilton taxi driver’s rape appeal dismissed