Christchurch Muslim questions official narrative

When Omar Nabi, a Christchurch Muslim questions official narrative about the attack, no one notices. If it had been anyone else, the GCSB would have visited and the local Antifa would have plastered his photos all over the internet, like they did for us.

Omar’s father was killed in the attack.

Possibly the biggest bombshell from this interview is that Not one person who was in Al-Noor on that day that Omar has spoken to could identify Brenton Tarrant from the scene!

Many overseas news outlets have published much that contradicts what the NZ media has said.

Not one person who was in Al-Noor on that day that Omar has spoken to could identify Brenton Tarrant from the scene!

Some of his points in the video interview recording available from youtube below:

Police would not let him through to see father.
Mosque members were not allowed back in for two months.
Identifications of victims took over a week.
He’s upset the official story keep changing.
Back door lock disabled by electrician the day before.
Members of community too scared to speak out.
No answers to questions.
When referring to the NZ government: “The system has people hallucinating”
The timings didn’t add up travelling from mosque to mosque (indicating there was more than one team).
Not one who Omar has spoken to could identify Brenton Tarrant from the scene!

Community there mostly immigrants.
He’s very upset people get prison time for talking about it, that it’s been swept under the carpet

It’s worthwhile repeating that this website only took off once we had been blamed by local Antifa types for this event. We know it wasn’t us, and we know no one in our circles had heard of Tarrant. We also know he wasn’t known by those the media claimed knew him in Australia either.

Prior to March 15th, this site had only a handful of pages, with 3000 views. Now we have over 1100 pages and have had over 300,000 views.

When this Christchurch Muslim questions official narrative, he knows he’s not the only one!

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