NZ Muslims: Perhaps we brought March 15th on ourselves?

In a rare admission, NZ Muslims acknowledge that perhaps they brought the Shooting on themselves because they did not follow Allah properly (Yusuf Chambers). Unfortunately this statement wasn’t followed up in this discussion.

There are two ways this can be developed. Firstly they either admit they have been too violent around the world, or secondly, they have not been forceful enough to implement sharia.

They have obviously not researched Tarrant’s manifesto, although many feel it could be a fake document anyway.

Because of PM Cindy’s knee-jerk reaction blaming and hunting white Kiwi’s at the instruction of the NZ Islamic community, they refuse to acknowledge Tarrant was Australian, and Islamic Terrorists are destroying Australian communities and lifestyle.

It’s clear that this video chat is only to win more converts, not actually solve the issues Islam is creating for itself!

While they talk of ignorance, they refuse to examine their own past! They refuse to acknowledge the hate in the Koran!! They cannot spread peace while spreading the Koran at the same time! they pretend the Islamic governments around the world are not wanting an Islamic State.

They close the discussion by talking about creating a rule book for burying bodies for the next time that this happens! They know they have no intention of reforming the jihadi!

However, there is no need to ‘fight’ anyone for Islam to be conquered, but there is a need to educate Muslims and non-Muslims alike. Education easily defeats Islamic ideology, and never before has so much early information been so readily available.

As the General Secretary of one of the worlds largest Islamic organisations, Yahya Cholil Staquf , points out:

“There is a desperate need for honest discussion of these matters. This is why it worries me to see Western political and intellectual elites weaponise the term “Islamophobia,” to short-circuit analysis of a complex phenomenon that threatens all humanity. For example, it is factually incorrect and counter-productive to define Islamophobia as “rooted in racism,” as proposed by the All-Party Parliamentary Group on British Muslims. In reality, it is the spread of Islamist extremism and terror that primarily contributes to the rise of Islamophobia throughout the non-Muslim world.”

We suggest that NZ Muslims can rightly say, perhaps we brought March 15th on ourselves?

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