Copies of the Islamic supremacist video posted on the Dunedin mosque facebook page are still widely available, yet Kiwis are convicted and in some cases jailed or bailed for less.
The below screenshot, allegedly of sections from Tarrant’s manifesto, was downloaded from a facebook post the night of the attack.
This from news.com.au:
If his manifesto is true, Tarrant was eyeing off Al Huda as a target.
The manifesto says, “Originally the mosque in Dunedin was the main target, particularly after watching the video on their Facebook page.”
The purported sin of the Al Huda mosque had been to post a video saying it was “only for Muslims”.
That, apparently, to the gunman, “proved their knowledge of their actions, and their guilt”.
The manifesto goes on to say Christchurch became the next focus after a trip there from Dunedin revealed Al Noor mosque was located inside a former Christian church.
It is alleged a further mosque mentioned in the manifesto at Ashburton, which lies between Dunedin and Christchurch, was also a target.
Dunedin is the farthest city from London and yet has strong historical and demographical ties with the UK, in particular Scotland.
2018: Kiwi teenager radicalised planned mass killing in Christchurch ‘for Allah’.
2015: A foreign assessment of NZ’s contribution to the Islamic State
2014: Aotearoa Muslim is proud to support Isis < – a dozen more radicals id’s right there!
2014: A Kiwi lad’s death by drone – Daryl Jones
2014: The Deans Ave facility was partly funded by a $460,000 gift from the Saudi kingdom.
2009: Mark Anthony Taylor visits Daryl Jones in Yamen.
2002: THE ROCKING OF THE DOME.
1979: FIANZ introduces terror networks to NZ
So this man isn’t entirely incorrect is his statements that day!!
While the Dunedin mosque video has now been taken down from their own facebook page, it was never censured by governments, and many who viewed it before it was taken down by the mosque claim these examples are the same video:
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