Federation of Islamic Associations of NZ spokesman Dr Anwar Ghani says its website crashed it was hacked so many times in the lead up to the end of Ramadan. An Islamic website infiltrated to announce a false end to New Zealand’s Ramadan was hacked 118 times. A draft letter, which was waiting for confirmation of sightings of the… Continue reading NZ Islamic website hacked 118 times during Ramadan.
Nothing was hacked, New Zealand’s biggest terror network just got it wrong! People gathered at Eid prayers in Eden Park in 2018 (Image: NZ Eid Day) In a shocking turn of events, an almost mundane and yet exciting news update about the sighting of the moon of Shawwal, to declare Eid or not, has created… Continue reading FIANZ website hacked creating nationwide ‘confusion’ on Eid date.
Manawatu Muslim Association president Riyaz Rahman says there is still work to be done on curbing hate speech. Last year, a human rights taskforce was assembled to tackle what authorities considered was a growing issue. Anecdotally, hate-motivated speech and acts were on the rise. Around three in 10 Kiwis reported viewing abuse online. In the real world, there seemed… Continue reading Criminalising hate speech: New Zealand considers policing hateful expression.
2019 was always going to be a big year for political Islamification in New Zealand. By ‘Islamification’, we mean the aligning of NZ law with sharia law. Initially the sharia creep started with halal foods, and now the average Kiwi eats 100% halal slaughtered meat, notice the 1% want a say in our prison and… Continue reading Sharia creep continues as FIANZ engages with NZ Government agencies.
US finally classifies Kiwi jihadist a terrorist. The Kiwi man known as the “bumbling jihadi” has finally been classified a terrorist by the US State Department. Former Hamilton man Mark John Taylor, also known as Muhammad Daniel and Abu Abdul-Rahman, has been active on social media for years, posting images of himself with weapons and… Continue reading US finally classifies Kiwi jihadist a terrorist.