Go into all the world and preach the gospel to all nations. Jihad does not have to be violent, it can be by stealth. As long as you can justify your expenses with statistics which tell the story of a growing business, it’s legitimate. FAINZ is making millions each year to pump into the expansion… Continue reading Fundraising for jihad, one business at a time.
What do the government expect when they taxpayers are paying the local mosque to teach him “true islam”? Let’s not forget the long history of the many radicals amongst Christchurch Muslims that have been supporting Kireka-Whaanga in his creation of a halal funded Islamic State here in New Zealand: 2019: ‘One of us’ with bus… Continue reading Christchurch terror plotter back in custody.
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!
FIANZ and New Zealand Muslims are following the same pattern here in New Zealand. Girls from Crescent High School participate in the American Muslim Day parade in New York City. The school’s website, which includes pictures of its elementary school, shows girls from kindergarten age in hijabs and young children sitting with boys and girls… Continue reading How Islamists Mark Territory: Is the US Going the Way of Sweden?
Zulfiqar Haider Butt has been elected to the Palmerston North City Council under the Labour Party ticket. Butt, vice-president of FIANZ, has been campaigning for a national “hate speech” database to help Muslims feel safer after the Christchurch mosque attack which brought to the worlds attention the long track record the Al-Noor mosque had of… Continue reading Anti-“Hate Speech” campaigner Butt elected to Palmerston North Council.
The Manukau mosque was a popular training hangout of Te Amorangi Kireka-Whaanga and his team while he was based at the Avondale with his FIANZ sponsored prison visiting ministry. Kiwi Muslims are quick to point out that the main victims of Islamic terrorism overseas, after the ethnic cleansing of Christians, are Muslims themselves. There is… Continue reading Islamic community in south Auckland want armed police.
Changes to the proposed Terrorism Suppression (Control Orders) Bill reflect the Greens’ mistrust of New Zealand’s intelligence agencies and place unnecessary hurdles in the way of ensuring New Zealanders’ safety, National’s Justice spokesperson Mark Mitchell says. “Labour and New Zealand First should have swallowed their pride, shunned the Greens and come back to National for… Continue reading Terrorism Bill made even weaker.
It’s important to remember that Zaoui wasn’t freed because he was innocent, but because he traded intel for the USA for his freedom. See also: A dirty little deal has been forged The Greens say Friday’s issuing of an arrest warrant for ‘bumbling Jihadi’ Mark Taylor proves there’s no need to widen the law’s definition of… Continue reading Arrest warrant for ‘bumbling Jihadi’ proves new terror law not needed – Greens.
Do you understand yet? Officially nothing has changed. Yet here we are. Perhaps we have been here for some time, without realising it. They do say that a prayer broadcast over a nation signified it is conquered. See also: Are we there yet? See also: What the new ‘Mark Taylor law’ would mean for returning ‘high-risk’… Continue reading Two months ago NZ didn’t believe they were living in an Islamic State.
Share a video, get jailed! Fight for Islamic State, visit a police station occasionally… The so-called “bumbling Jihadi” Mark Taylor, who once left his Twitter location on, identifying a secret Islamic State location in Syria, is now deemed dangerous enough that New Zealand is changing its terror laws. The new ‘Mark Taylor law’ would mean… Continue reading What the new ‘Mark Taylor law’ would mean for returning ‘high-risk’ New Zealanders