When Tarrant toured Europe he only saw the public face of Islam, faithful Muslims following the koran, terrorising and beheading the Jews and Christians as Mohammad had commanded them to. But what he didn’t see was the tens of thousands of Muslims who leave Islam after getting an education and reading the koran for themselves… Continue reading Policing hate: What are the proposed changes and will they make a difference?
Perhaps if we had a Minister of March 15, we would have someone to hold to account for the way in which the Government has let the occasion become a propaganda dawah event, when it is Muslims themselves who encourage everyone to investigate Islam, which is something it appears that Tarrant did quite thoroughly before… Continue reading Canterbury Muslim community call for dedicated March 15 government minister
Evidence given by ministers and public sector bosses to the Royal Commission of Inquiry into the Christchurch terrorist attack will be suppressed for 30 years. And an interview with the Australian-born terrorist will never be released out of concern it could inspire and assist further attacks. The inquiry’s report was provided to Internal Affairs Minister… Continue reading Brenton Tarrants evidence suppressed by Royal Commission for 30 years
The gunman behind New Zealand’s Christchurch mosque shootings has sacked his lawyers and opted to represent himself, raising fears he would use a sentencing hearing next month to promote his white-supremacist views. At a pre-sentencing hearing on Monday, High Court judge Cameron Mander allowed Tarrant’s lawyers, Shane Tait and Jonathan Hudson, to withdraw from proceedings… Continue reading Tarrant fires lawyers to represent himself at hearing
The silence of NZ Muslims has been brought with MILLIONS of dollars! The Royal Commission into the Attack on the Christchurch Mosques set up to find answers about the attack announced yesterday it had spoken to the shooter, Brenton Tarrant, as part of its inquiries. Tarrant is awaiting sentencing for the murders of 51 people… Continue reading Mosque gunman’s interview ‘needs to be shared with the wider public’
See also: Video: Coronavirus “Soldier of Allah” Imam Celebrates Non-Muslim Deaths Ismail Gamadid was crucial in aiding the resettlement of many families to New Zealand. Hamilton’s Muslim community is in shock following the news one of their stalwarts has succumbed to Covid-19 in his home country Somalia. Former Waikato Muslim Association and Waikato Refugee Forum… Continue reading Coronavirus: Former Hamilton Muslim leader dies from Covid-19
Christchurch residents can expect to see an increased police presence in the lead-up to the first anniversary of the terror attacks. Armed police stand guard as Memorial Park Cemetery is prepared for the burial of victims of the Christchurch mass shooting last year. Photo: RNZ / Matthew Theunissen The increase comes as the police trial… Continue reading Christchurch attacks anniversary: Police patrols being beefed up
The National Coordinator of the Islamic Women’s Council does not understand the difference between the Aotearoa Maori Muslim Association‘s wannabe Islamic State Jihadi trying to leave NZ to kill people in accordance with the Quran, and those speaking out against importing and sponsoring more of the violent, rape, child abusive culture that she is trying… Continue reading New gun laws should not be linked to Christchurch Mosque attacks
Acting head of the Islamic Women’s Council does not understand the difference between the Aotearoa Maori Muslim Association‘s wannabe Islamic State Jihadi trying to leave NZ to kill people in accordance with the Quran, and those speaking out against importing and sponsoring more of the violent, rape, child abusive culture that she is trying to… Continue reading Experts discuss life online after Christchurch shooting.
Anjum Rahman unveils national strategy to fight discrimination The acting head of the Islamic Women’s Council is calling for signatories to a new movement she is launching to fight racism and bigotry. Anjum Rahman’s Inclusive Aotearoa Collective, which launches Friday, aims to create a national diversity and inclusion strategy to combat discrimination. It will create new initiatives and build on work… Continue reading Anjum Rahman unveils national strategy to fight discrimination