A memorial event should be held every year to remember the 51 people killed during the Christchurch mosque shootings, says one of the city’s imams who survived the attacks. Tens of thousands are expected to attend a national remembrance service in Hagley Park on March 15 on the first anniversary of New Zealand’s worst ever… Continue reading Christchurch imam calls for an annual “WAR” memorial event for March 15 victims
The Imam of Al Noor Mosque has been elected to a community board. Imam Gamal Fouda received widespread praise for his response in the aftermath of the March 15 terror attack. Fifty-one people were killed and a further 49 injured when a gunman opened fire in the Al Noor and Linwood Mosques. A week after… Continue reading Al Noor Mosque Imam elected to community board.
Imam Gamal Fouda had just begun giving a sermon at the Al Noor mosque when a gunman entered and unleashed a volley of bullets. The attacks on 15 March saw 51 worshipers shot dead during Friday prayers, including 44 from Mr Fouda’s congregation, and the others at the Linwood Islamic Centre. “It was a hard time for… Continue reading Meet the first Muslims running for office in Christchurch, six months on from the attacks.
See also: The Sacred City of Mecca: Have Muslims Got It Wrong? See also: The Deans Ave facility was partly funded by a $460,000 gift from the Saudi kingdom. Saudi Arabia’s King Salman has invited some 200 survivors and relatives of the victims of the Christchurch Mosque shootings to be his guests at the Hajj… Continue reading Saudi Arabia’s King invites 200 survivors &relatives of Chch shootings to Hajj
See also: The Sacred City of Mecca: Have Muslims Got It Wrong? See also: The Deans Ave facility was partly funded by a $460,000 gift from the Saudi kingdom. The history of Saudi involvement goes back to when radical Islamists Al Haramain were first discussing the setup of a mosque in Christchurch, as per this… Continue reading Saudi money all through Chch Shooting saga.
NZ follows British trends with an Imam from the mosque that produced international terrorists which inspired NZ’s first terror attack entering local politics. Christchurch imam Gamal Fouda bids to enter local politics Gamal Fouda, the imam of Christchurch’s Al Noor Mosque, hopes to enter local politics to “build bridges” between the Muslim community and the… Continue reading Christchurch imam Gamal Fouda bids to enter local politics.