FIANZ of course, was instrumental in setting up the Aotearoa Maori Muslim Association, aka, Islamic State of New Zealand, with Isaac Te Amorangi Kireka-Whaanga over a decade ago. Federation of Islamic Associations of New Zealand’s national director of security Abdul Lateef Smith, a member of the Palmerston North mosque and former army major, will be… Continue reading New multi-million dollar mosque for Palmerston North.
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.
Using one of his many aliases, the leader of the Aotearoa Maori Muslim Association, a.k.a. Islamic State, has petitioned the NZ Government to exchange Brentan Tarrant for Louisa Akavi. Akavi was part of a groups of five Red Cross workers that were taken hostage in 2013 and have been spotted working in clinics in Syria. … Continue reading NZ ISIS leader seeks to barter Brentan Tarrant for kidnapped Nurse.
New Zealand supplies its meat products and dairy products to a number of countries. FIANZ undertakes a successful and cost-effective management of Halal certification service. There’s no disruption to meat production in slaughter meat companies supervised by FIANZ. Here’s some Statistics that speak volumes of FIANZ activities: FIANZ had certified in excess of 300 thousand… Continue reading FIANZ Halal Certification Documentary – Full Version.
Malcolm X also being an inspiration to many in the Aotearoa Maori Muslim Association (aka Islamic State in NZ). Mazhar Krasnises a gathering of Albanians at Aotea Square in 2000 to celebrate the first free elections in Kosovo. One of the leading figures in the New Zealand Muslim community, once recognised alongside American activist Malcolm… Continue reading Mazhar Krasniqi, ‘a real kaumatua’ of New Zealand Muslim community, passes away.
It’s not unusual for members of NZ’s Islamic community to have arrest warrants pending, so it makes sense that Friday prayers is a good place to pick the devote up. A man has been arrested outside an Auckland mosque, sparking fears in the community about another shooting attack. Worshippers leaving the mosque reportedly ran for… Continue reading Panic outside Auckland mosque as police make arrest.
Queenstown’s Muslim residents have been praying in their own homes, in hired-out churches or driving hours to get to other mosques. Now they’re one step closer to having their own mosque after $178,000 was raised through a crowd-funding campaign. $178,000 raised to establish Queenstown’s first mosque
Barely a week after the Christchurch shooting, Te Amorangi Kieka-Waanga (a.k.a. Isaac) was calling for sharia based justice administered by local Muslims for Brenton Tarrant. Kieka-Waanga is the appointed leader of the Aotearoa Maori Muslim Association, and Islamic State in New Zealand. He has been at one time one of the world’s influencial Top 500… Continue reading NZ PM to fulfil Islamic State leaders request.
Influenced by Islamist extremists inside her council, she’s spending her personal money to denigrate her city. When the mayors of Christchurch and London met to discuss responses to “the rise of right-wing extremism around the world” in the wake of the Christchurch terror attack, the Christchurch mayor revealed she refused to commit the alleged shooter’s name… Continue reading Christchurch & London mayors meet to discuss “right-wing extremism”.
Also see: First Kiwi jailed for distributing extremist propaganda granted parole Kiwis with extremist views seek help in the wake of Christchurch terror attack. Aarif Rasheed is a lawyer who helps to rehabilitate extremists when they’re released from prison. In the wake of the Christchurch terror attack, counselling service Lifeline has been receiving calls from… Continue reading Kiwis with extremist views seek help in the wake of Christchurch terror attack.