Although Islamic countries are the worlds biggest cocaine exporters, alcohol and associated derivative products are still forbidden. This includes hand sanitisers, gels, mouthwashes and even some medicines which use alcohol’s germ killing properties. Camel urine, on the other hand, has excellent healing properties according to the prophet, and should be drunken liberally. Most Western… Continue reading COVID-19: Alcohol products still haram for Halal certification.
President Trump’s tweet in Farsi expressing support for Iranians protesting Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has already earned over 200,000 likes, making it the “most liked Persian tweet” in the social media giant’s history, according to a leading think tank adviser. On Saturday, protesters in the country called upon Khamenei to step down after Iran… Continue reading Trump sends ‘the most liked Persian tweet’ in history of Twitter
Masih Alinejad, a US-based Iranian human rights activist, confirms that an innocent 14-year-old girl was shot dead by snipers of the Islamic Revolutionary Guards on Nov 16 in Tehran’s Sattar khan district during a protest against the terrorist regime. The number of victims is around 500, but the true number remains confidential by the terrorist… Continue reading Iran has executed a 14-year-old girl for taking part in the protest against the Islamic regime.
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.
Immigrants and refugees are not required to give up their religion when they come to NZ! “42,000 children aged between 10 and 14 got married in the year 2010, as per the Iranian news website Tabnak. At least 75 children under the age of 10 were married in Tehran alone.” Iran Parliamentarians have moved a… Continue reading A controversial Bill passed in Iran, it allows men to marry daughters, draws flak from other nations?
Iran’s football association accused of being ‘unethical’ after it is claimed eight players in women’s national team are men awaiting sex change operations Eight of Iran’s women’s football team are actually men awaiting sex change operations, it has been claimed. The country’s football association was accused of being “unethical” for knowingly fielding eight men in… Continue reading Eight of Iran’s women’s football team ‘are men’
Throughout the last decade we have seen many of these causes supported or promoted by FIANZ or it’s members. Middle East conflict: If there is a war against the US, Iran won’t be alone Iraqi Shiite militia group called Imam Ali Brigades chant slogans against the Islamic State group at the battlefield in Tikrit in… Continue reading Middle East conflict: If there is a war against the US, Iran won’t be alone.
Opposition calls on Foreign Minister Winston Peters to expel ‘hateful’ Iranian diplomat. Iranian diplomat Hormoz Ghahremani. Foreign Minister Winston Peters should expel a “hateful” Iranian diplomat who delivered an “anti-semitic hate speech” at a mosque in Auckland, says Opposition spokesman Gerry Brownlee. Peters has returned fire, asking why Brownlee had not expelled him when he was Foreign Minister: “It… Continue reading Opposition calls on Foreign Minister Winston Peters to expel ‘hateful’ Iranian diplomat.
NZ and Australia share many of the same Islamic ties, and there is currently no requirement for Islamics to give up sharia law when they immigrate or visit these countries. Mohammed’s wife Aisha was only 9yo when he married her, so it naturally follows since he was the perfect man, that 9yo’s today are mature… Continue reading 9yo Muslim girls take part in Sydney hijab ceremony to symbolise maturity under Sharia law.
There once were times when we would not trad with countries because of their human rights abuses. Iran: 70 million people, closed off to the world — until two months ago. Now its foreign minister says it could have the help Kiwi farmers are crying out for — a mega trade boost. “I think there… Continue reading Iranian trade deal set to ease farmers’ woes.