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.
Public anti Semitism and anti Israeli speech seems to be becoming a trend and publicly acceptable now, as more and more people step forward to publicly expose themselves for attacking Jews and Israel instead of targeting the conflict itself. As you will have read yesterday about Phil Goff’s empty headed rant about Israel, what was… Continue reading Does former Labour list MP Ashraf Choudhary dream of a second Holocaust?
Preachers of Hate Preachers of Hate SPECIAL INVESTIGATION HELEN HOODWINKED BY PREACHERS OF HATE OSAMA BIN LADEN’S TENTACLES REACH NEW ZEALAND’S FIVE MAIN CENTRES IN MASSIVE BORDER SECURITY BREACH Some of the world’s most extreme Islamic preachers, and organizations linked to terrorist groups, have spent seven years infiltrating New Zealand’s moderate Muslim community – running… Continue reading Preachers of Hate
Rayed Mohammed Abdullah Ali On Sunday, February 26, Rayed Mohammed Abdullah Ali flew from the northern winter into Auckland’s ebbing summer for the same stated reason that draws thousands of Middle Eastern students here – to brush up on his English. Just before 9 the following morning, the short Saudi with the receding hairline wandered… Continue reading Rayed Ali – student, pilot, mystery man.
One of the Iraqi men identified by New Zealand First leader Winston Peters as having links with Saddam Hussein, has applied for refugee status. Amer Mahdi Al-Khshali, a former Iraqi government minister, said in a statement through his Auckland lawyer today his life had been put in danger after he was named by Mr Peters… Continue reading After Zaoui, everyone tries their luck.
Prime Minister Helen Clark has designated the following individuals and organisations as terrorist entities pursuant to the provisions of the Terrorism Suppression Act 2002: Individuals Sulaiman Jassem Sulaiman ABO GHAITH Shaykh Abd-al-Majid AL-ZINDANI Hacene ALLANE Kamel DJERMANE Dhou EL-AICH Ahmad ZERFAOUI Jamel LOUNICI Abd Al Hafiz ABD AL WAHAB Kifane ABDERRAHMANE El Heit ALÍ Haddad… Continue reading Listing of terrorist entities
Maori prison inmates, many of them gang members, are converting to a militant, politicised brand of Islam, raising concerns among sections of the Muslim community. Converts are being drawn to the faith through anti-Pakeha sentiment and a fascination with al Qaeda and the radical chic of African-American Muslim icons such as Malcolm X. “The ones… Continue reading Muslim faith draws converts from NZ prisons.
The only useful stand Helen Clark took against Islamic expansion: “It is not a “good look” for Miss New Zealand to attend the Miss World pageant in Nigeria while a woman there faces death by stoning, Prime Minister Helen Clark said today.” PM wades in to Miss World debate It is not a “good look”… Continue reading PM wades in to Miss World debate