Was Zakariye Mohamed Hussein , the latest refugee killer devil possessed as NZ media states? Or is this ordinary Islam? The stuff article appears below.
According to FIANZ / Sunni flavoured Islamic teachings, it is normal for Satan to reside inside each Muslims nose overnight.
Allah’s Messenger said: “When one of you wakes up from his sleep, he must blow of his nose three times, for the Satan spends the night inside one’s nostrils” Bulugh al-Maram 37
This is no big deal, one just blows their nose 3 times each morning. Also, according to FIANZ/ Sunni flavoured Islam, if one sleeps in and misses early prayer, Satan urinates in their ear.
This from one of Islams most trusted sources: A person was mentioned before the Prophet (p.b.u.h) and he was told that he had kept on sleeping till morning and had not got up for the prayer. The Prophet said, “Satan urinated in his ears.” Sahih al-Bukhari 1144
The fix is likewise easy, a wudu washing ritual solves this problem.
Muslims have relatively simple ways of dealing with the devil in their daily lives. So why did Husseun repeatedly target non-Muslims and even kill one? Why do Muslims around the world daily kill unbelievers? Why have they killed unbelievers daily for over a thousand years? Are they all devil possessed? Or is it just this Refugee killer is devil possessed? Or is this ordinary Islam?
Many times in the Quran, Muslims are told their prophet is the perfect example to follow, eg:
Quran 33.21 Most surely, there has always been an excellent role model for youpl in the Messenger of Allah(and) for anyone who has been putting hope in Allah and expecting the Last Day, and has remembered Allah frequently. Fadel Soliman, Bridges’ translation<
Likewise, many times Muslims are told that the Quran is clear and without contradiction, even to the point of saying if it had a contradiction, it would not be God’s message,
Quran 43.4 This Qur’?n is in the Preserved Tablet with us in the highest gathering and is high in status, honour and position. It is wise in that the instructions contained in it are not devoid of wisdom, and it is perfect without any contradiction or disagreement. Abridged Explanation of the Quran
Quran 4.82 Do they not then reflect on the Quran? Had it been from anyone other than Allah, they would have certainly found in it many inconsistencies. the Clear Quran
So when 20% of Quran is poorly translated Jewish, Christian, Hindu and Buddhist historical narrative and poetry, 20% is how to deal with your slaves and sex slaves/wives (can be non-Muslims/kaffar) and 60% is how to deal with unbelievers who don’t submit, there can be little doubt where this motivation for terror attacks comes from. According to the Quran, it is NOT the devil!
Quran 9:5 But when the forbidden months are past, then fight and slay the Pagans wherever ye find them, an seize them, beleaguer them, and lie in wait for them in every stratagem (of war); but if they repent, and establish regular prayers and practise regular charity, then open the way for them: for Allah is Oft-forgiving, Most Merciful. English Translation (Yusuf Ali)
Quran 8.12 ?Remember, O Prophet,? when your Lord revealed to the angels, “I am with you. So make the believers stand firm. I will cast horror into the hearts of the disbelievers. So strike their necks and strike their fingertips.” the Clear Quran
Quran 8:59-60 Do not let those disbelievers1 think they are not within reach. They will have no escape. Prepare against them what you ?believers? can of ?military? power and cavalry to deter Allah’s enemies and your enemies as well as other enemies unknown to you but known to Allah. Whatever you spend in the cause of Allah will be paid to you in full and you will not be wronged. the Clear Quran
Quran 9:73 O Prophet, fight against the disbelievers and the hypocrites and be harsh upon them. And their refuge is Hell, and wretched is the destination. Saheeh International
Quran 9:123 O believers! Fight the disbelievers around you and let them find firmness in you. And know that Allah is with those mindful ?of Him?. Dr. Mustafa Khattab, the Clear Quran
According to the Quran, Muhammad/Muslims have the right to the whole world, and anyone who refuses them their rights should be killed.
The Quran is the sweetest sound to Muslims. They have unlimited time in jails and mental health units around New Zealand to hear it read to them on repeat.
Was this refugee killer devil possessed? Or is this ordinary Islam?
This from stuff.co.nz:
Ten years after a stabbing rampage across Christchurch, mental health patient Zakariye Hussein wanted to stab someone again. Just about anybody would do. Sam Sherwood reports on the man who claimed he was “possessed by the devil”. [10 years ago]
The bus ride came first as Zakariye Mohamed Hussein left Hillmorton Hospital to go to a family member’s home in Sockburn.
Thinking about the hospital as he walked from the bus stop, he became angry, angry enough to want to stab someone, something he had done before with devastating effect. He saw a man mowing his lawn. He would do, Hussein thought, and headed off to get a knife from the family member’s home.
He grabbed a steak knife from the kitchen drawer, hid it in his jacket pocket and went back to stab the man mowing his lawns. On his way he saw two men washing their car and thought about stabbing them instead. But it was too close to his family’s home, and he didn’t want his sister to see.
Laisa Waka, a religious 52-year-old Fijian woman, had spent the day working at the Arvida Ilam retirement village, before taking the bus to her home in Sockburn. Her 11-year-old boy was home from school and waiting for her.
Shortly before 4.20pm on June 25, when she was only two doors from home, Hussein attacked her with the knife, inflicting fatal injuries.
Residents rushed to help Waka, trying to resuscitate her as she lay on the footpath.
The ambulance arrived and paramedics tried in vain to save her life as her son watched from their house, not realising the paramedics were desperately trying to keep his mother alive.
On Friday, Hussein pleaded guilty to murder.
While he was a stranger to Waka, he was no stranger to police.
His guilty plea means it can now be reported that Hussein went on a stabbing rampage in Christchurch in 2012, for which he was jailed for six-and-a-half years.
At the time one of his victims, who was stabbed 11 times, said the sentence was too short and worried Hussein would strike again.
“Could he go out of control again? … That’s what concerns me.
“I’m extremely fortunate to have survived it. Someone else may not be,” the victim said.
The words proved prophetic.
About 6.30am on March 15, 2012, a caretaker and teacher at Redwood School came across Hussein, then 27, sleeping on the school grounds.
After he threatened them with a knife, they locked themselves in a classroom and prepared for Hussein, who was smashing classroom windows, to break in. After police arrived, he fled, accosting Marteine Robin as she delivered pies to the school.
Robin recalls seeing Hussein walking down the middle of the road as he threw a stick at her truck’s windscreen. As she pulled over at the school and saw him walk towards the truck she wound the passenger window down to “give him an earful”.
As he got closer she became more concerned and wound the window up. However, she’d left the passenger door unlocked.
“He was in the truck within 10 seconds.”
He held one knife to the back of her neck and another to her side and told her to “drive”.
She says her instant reaction was that she was about to either be raped or killed.
With tears streaming down her face, she drove through Christchurch, taking apparently random turns.
”I was so hoping somebody would take notice. But nobody did,” she said at the time.
She tried to talk him down. He admitted he had ”issues”. ”I told him everybody had f…ing issues.”
After about 20 minutes, the pair heard a siren and Hussein warned her not to stop for police.
”I told him I would f…ing stop, and hopefully they shoot your arse.”
He stabbed her in the left shoulder. She gritted her teeth and carried on driving, blood pouring down her arm.
“My whole arm was dead, and I asked if he could drive a manual because I couldn’t change the gears and I started swearing at him, and he told me to stop swearing, so I told him to f… off.”
As they drove through Hoon Hay, Hussein told her to pull over, and he wrapped one knife in her polarfleece and put the other in his bag. As soon as the truck stopped, Robin jumped out and ran for safety.
”I just started banging on bonnets and I went to a car and told them I had been carjacked and stabbed and to ring the cops.”
Waiting at lights was council traffic engineer Michael Thomson, who had detoured down Hoon Hay Rd to avoid traffic.
“I thought ‘there’s a lot of banging… it sounds like car doors and a whole lot of commotion going on’, but I couldn’t see what was happening.”
His passenger door was unlocked and suddenly Hussein was inside.
“He held a knife to my throat and said ‘drive’.”
The lights turned green and Thomson paused for a moment to consider his options.
When he saw a gap, he “floored it” and steering the car into a concrete block wall, hoping the crash would distract Hussein.
“The bloody airbags didn’t go off. I tried taking my seatbelt off, and he’s stabbing me.”
He was stabbed 11 times, in his chest, face, and hand. Despite the blood pouring from his wounds, he didn’t feel any pain.
Thomson managed to get out of his car as another passerby, Jade Lynn, confronted Hussein with a crowbar from his truck.
“I remember standing on Hoon Hay Rd with blood pumping out of me thinking ‘this is it, I’m dying’,” Thomson said.
“The last thing I remember is being bundled into an ambulance and [I] lost consciousness.”
Police tried to subdue Hussein with pepper spray and a Taser. Both failed.
Hussein ran at one officer, who backed away and fired two shots, putting an end to the attack.
About three months after the stabbings Hussein pleaded guilty to five charges including unlawful possession of a weapon, two charges of kidnapping, and two charges of wounding with intent to cause grievous bodily harm.
He was jailed for six-and-a-half years.
Defence lawyer Allister Davis told the court Hussein had been off his medication for a considerable time.
“He is filled with remorse. He doesn’t know what has caused this. He has explained to clinicians he felt he was possessed by the Devil.”
He was usually quietly spoken, shy, reserved, polite, and did not want to get into difficulties, Davis said.
Davis highlighted Hussein’s background, and how he had fled Somalia when civil war broke out.
Hussein, who arrived in New Zealand when he was 18, saw his uncle being shot and lived with “bullets around every corner”, Davis said.
Thomson, who was not at the sentencing, recalls being upset that the sentence was so short. He remembers telling reporters of his concern for some other poor innocent person.
At the time he said: “If he’s a model prisoner and gets back out into society in a relatively short period of time … could he go out of control again? Is there a risk? That’s what concerns me. I’m extremely fortunate to have survived it. Someone else may not be.”
It’s not clear how much time Hussein spent in prison. He was the subject of an order under the Mental Health Act and was an inpatient at Hillmorton Hospital.
Robin went to his first parole hearing, more than three years into his sentence, and told the Parole Board she did not believe Hussein felt any remorse for what he had done.
She wrote letters to the board for his future appearances, saying she believed he should not be released.
“I said unless he actually gets help then keep him inside because he will do it again… it would be worse, instead of assaulting somebody he would kill someone.”
One Parole Board report noted he was violent towards hospital staff, including in May 2017.
However, provided his mental state remained “clinically stable”, a graduated transition plan to the community could be considered, the report said.
Hussein was due to finish his sentence in September 2018, but was instead back in court for pouring hot black coffee over a forensic nurse’s head.
The nurse received burns to his right cheek, ear and chest.
The court was told that Hussein’s mental health was stabilising, and defence counsel Michael Sandom said the threat of jail had been “a real motivator” for him to engage in mental health treatment.
Thomson recalls reading about the incident involving the nurse.
“My wife and I are no experts on mental health, but we instantly thought this man is clearly not recovering.”
The summary also reveals an incident at Hillmorton Hospital last year.
About 1am on December 16, 2021, Hussein spoke to a nurse about his anger at being denied leave from the hospital.
As he returned to his room, he set off alarms along the way. A team of nurses, including the victim, approached him, and he armed himself with a pen that he wrapped in paper for better grip.
“As the nursing team got to the defendant, he swung the pen at the neck of the first victim, missing and hitting her in the arm.”
Hussein was restrained, and was not charged for the incident until after Waka’s death.
The summary said he told police he felt it was “not relevant in light of his other, more serious charge”.
When Thomson found out about Waka’s death he could only think of “the poor woman and her family”.
When more information surfaced – including the man’s age, his family living in Sockburn, and that he was in the care of mental health services – Thomson started putting the pieces together. His first emotion was anger, followed by sadness.
Waka should not be dead, he said.
“People have made decisions that have ended up in a poor, innocent woman losing her life, four children not having a mother.”
He believes “massive failings” led to Hussein being allowed to leave and killing Waka.
He doesn’t believe Hussein is evil. He sees him as a “severely disturbed man”.
“He is just totally incapable of any rational thought… I think he’s just so badly affected. He should not have been out,” he says. “It could have been anybody.”
Thomson, who still suffers pain in his right hand, tries not to dwell on the events of March 15, 2012, and instead focusses on how lucky he was to have survived.
Waka was not so fortunate.
Waka’s murder has prompted two reviews – one into Hussein’s care at Hillmorton Hospital, the other into the secure unit where he was held.
The director of mental health, Dr John Crawshaw, also invoked a rarely used statutory power to order an inspection of Christchurch’s Hillmorton Hospital secure unit.
“This incident occurred in the context of concerns being raised about the safety and care being offered by these services,” Crawshaw said.
Mental Health Foundation chief executive Shaun Robinson earlier said mental health services in New Zealand were under “immense pressure”.
Waka’s death was an “enormous tragedy” for her family and friends as well as the accused, and the staff who had been caring for him, Robinson said.
Research showed people experiencing mental distress were less violent than the average person, and were in fact more likely to be the victims of violence, Robinson said.
“Most people who experience mental distress can have significant recovery and live rewarding and fulfilling lives if they have the right levels of support,” he said.