What NZ muslims tell each other is not what they tell the media! This is Islam in NZ, in their own words, to their mates, on Social Media in NZ. And not just ordinary muslims, but the international representatives of Islam, amongst the most honoured in the world, financed entirely by the international Halal Trade.… Continue reading NZ Muslims: Islam is the rule book for warfare.
As this screenshot below of a recent NZ media post shows, the NZ Govt sponsored foreign academics continue to uncritically promote Islamic Jihadi in this country. You can guarantee that there will be nothing in this study that reveals the Halal sponsored FIANZ funding of Al-Qaeda group that sent kiwi fighters over to fight for… Continue reading NZ govt & media continue the unashamed promotion of Islamic State
As demonstrated by census data and various academic studies, conversion to Islam has been on the rise in Aotearoa New Zealand. Following the 2019 Christchurch attacks, three to five people a day were converting at a Wellington mosque, according to the International Muslim Association of New Zealand. Among Māori, there is a particular interest in… Continue reading Halal Hangi draws Maori converts
The Mongrel Mob’s new media liaison officer has equated the victims of the Christchurch mosque attack to the Hamilton chapter of the gang. Louisa Hutchinson made the startling comparison on Tuesday night’s episode of The Project. Hutchinson moved to Hamilton the same day as the Christchurch mosque attack. She says she was inspired to take… Continue reading She’s right! There’s NO difference between gang members and those aiding terrorists spread sharia!
As per the wishes of NZ’s Islamic State leader, and FIANZ, Jacinda Ardern sets a new world precedent for appeasement. We see again that Te Amorangi Kieka-Waanga, (a.k.a. Isaac, Morgan) is a perfect representation for ordinary Islam here in New Zealand. Just a week after the shooting, the leader of Islamic State in New Zealand… Continue reading Appeasement: Charges laid in 35 cases over sharing of video of Christchurch terror attacks.
State Sponsored Terrorism! While learning more about te Ao Māori during the programme, Zia says she realised her Muslim faith tied in well with Māori values. “I did a presentation about how Māori values and Muslim values align. Whanaungatanga, ahurutanga, ngā takepu and ngā uara, they all sit with our five pillars of Islam. That… Continue reading Muslim and Māori values align at Te Wānanga o Aotearoa.
FIANZ, existing by virtue of HALAL and payments from terror sponsoring nations, has coined a term for their imaginary NZ based enemies: Right-Wing Advocates of Terror = RAT. FIANZ fail to understand that the Christchurch shooting was initiated by a foreigner/immigrant(?) in NZ, and it was against a foreign/immigrant group in retaliation for the atrocities… Continue reading The FIANZ terms for the Royal Commission: Seek out RATs!
See also: Islam is right: about women. Aliya Danzeisen Rehua Marae in Christchurch is just a few kilometres from the madness of last week, a safe meeting place where two cultures who are worlds apart can share a mutual understanding. “The tangata whenua have already walked this line,” says Muslim community leader Aliya Danzeisen. “I’m sure… Continue reading Life as a Muslim woman in New Zealand.
Māori Muslims face tough scrutiny from security, public and Māori A Māori sovereignty flag flies over Mina in Mecca, Saudi Arabia. It’s estimated less than one per cent of the population, or just under 50,000 people, are Muslim in New Zealand. They’re a mix of ethnicities including an estimated 1300 to 1500 Māori. One man,… Continue reading Māori Muslims face tough scrutiny from security, public and Māori
‘There’s so much more that connects us than what divides us’ – Dispelling Muslim myths at the heart of Wellington initiatives Mustenser Ahmad Qamar and Mohamed Anas Raheem are behind an upcoming Quran exhibition in Wellington as well as a newly established ‘Coffee, Cake & Islam’ meet-up initiative. Countering negative perceptions of Muslims and the… Continue reading ‘There’s so much more that connects us than what divides us’ – Dispelling Muslim myths at the heart of Wellington initiatives