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“Why Are You So Silent?”: Persecution of Christians, August 2019.

Note: There is currently no requirement for immigrants or refugees to give up their own culture or religion when they arrive in New Zealand: Boko Haram “has terrorised Christian communities in Nigeria for the last decade and has now splintered and spread its violent ideology into Cameroon, Niger and Chad.” — Staff writer, Christian Today,… Continue reading “Why Are You So Silent?”: Persecution of Christians, August 2019.

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Zaoui lawyer now working with Labour’s Cunliffe

A lawyer who once said a decision by David Cunliffe not to allow refugee Ahmed Zaoui’s family into New Zealand was “cruel and inhumane”, is now his deputy chief of staff. Auckland lawyer Deborah Manning will be working for the Labour leader under recently appointed chief of staff Matt McCarten – a former Unite Union… Continue reading Zaoui lawyer now working with Labour’s Cunliffe

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A dirty little deal has been forged

Zaoui was never innocent, he made a deal., which he can easily reneg. WHEN the chips were down, Ahmed Zaoui sang like a bird to buy his freedom in New Zealand. Zaoui’s decision to offer new information that could be prejudicial to him — presumably about the so-called freedom-fighting networks he belonged to — is… Continue reading A dirty little deal has been forged

Immigration · News · NZ Jihadi · refugee · terrorist

Algeria ‘action plan’ aims to get Zaoui back

A senior Algerian Government minister has started an “action plan” to pressure the New Zealand Government to cancel Ahmed Zaoui’s refugee status. A report in the Algerian newspaper el-Youm quotes Saida Ben Habiles saying she will never rest until his “retrial takes place so that the public opinion would be sure that he is a… Continue reading Algeria ‘action plan’ aims to get Zaoui back

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Second terrorist suspect held in custody, Peters claims.

New Zealand First leader Winston Peters has named an Algerian he claims is being held in custody as a suspected terrorist. In Parliament yesterday, he named the man as Salah Eddine Bouta, aged 22. If Mr Peters is correct, Bouta is the second suspected Algerian terrorist to be detained by New Zealand authorities – although… Continue reading Second terrorist suspect held in custody, Peters claims.