This former member of the NZ Army is no idiot, and will say whatever he neds to to get himself off of the hook! He’s a willing fool for freedoms sake. NZ has no intel of it’s own from over there, and has to reply on statements from Islamic State members and supporters for what… Continue reading Security expert: Kiwi ‘bumbling jihadi’ not the biggest threat to New Zealand
Still no word yet on the brother of NZ’s Islamic State leader who’s also over there. New Zealand spy bosses have revealed Kiwi men and women remain alongside Islamic State and other extremist groups in the Middle East. While politicians grappled over legislation aimed at protecting the country from the risks posed by people returning… Continue reading Spy bosses: ‘Small number’ of male and female Kiwi jihadis offshore
Remember the brother of NZ Islamic State leader was also one of the many Kiwi’s fighting for Islamic State over in Syria! How many other Aotearoa Maori Muslim Association members are over there after being offered free scholarships overseas to study Islam? Police will soon have powers to tackle ‘Kiwi jihadi’ Mark Taylor if he returns… Continue reading Fast-tracked terror law to tackle ‘Kiwi jihadi’ Mark Taylor if he returns to New Zealand passes.
It’s important to remember that Zaoui wasn’t freed because he was innocent, but because he traded intel for the USA for his freedom. See also: A dirty little deal has been forged The Greens say Friday’s issuing of an arrest warrant for ‘bumbling Jihadi’ Mark Taylor proves there’s no need to widen the law’s definition of… Continue reading Arrest warrant for ‘bumbling Jihadi’ proves new terror law not needed – Greens.
Do you understand yet? Officially nothing has changed. Yet here we are. Perhaps we have been here for some time, without realising it. They do say that a prayer broadcast over a nation signified it is conquered. See also: Are we there yet? See also: What the new ‘Mark Taylor law’ would mean for returning ‘high-risk’… Continue reading Two months ago NZ didn’t believe they were living in an Islamic State.
Share a video, get jailed! Fight for Islamic State, visit a police station occasionally… The so-called “bumbling Jihadi” Mark Taylor, who once left his Twitter location on, identifying a secret Islamic State location in Syria, is now deemed dangerous enough that New Zealand is changing its terror laws. The new ‘Mark Taylor law’ would mean… Continue reading What the new ‘Mark Taylor law’ would mean for returning ‘high-risk’ New Zealanders
Taylor, a former New Zealand soldier who has New Zealand citizenship only, has surrendered to Kurdish forces because life under Isis had become unbearable. The Kiwi jihadi being held in a Syrian prison has told a reporter that if he returns to New Zealand, he is interested in setting up a medicinal cannabis company. Mark… Continue reading Kiwi jihadi Mark Taylor tells journalist he is interested in starting a medicinal cannabis company
The Government has introduced a new bill to Parliament which aims to prevent terrorism and support the de-radicalisation of New Zealanders returning from overseas. The bill has been developed in response to the situation in Syria but will apply to any situation in which a New Zealander directly engaged in terrorism overseas, or facilitated or… Continue reading Govt introduces new legislation to de-radicalise terrorists returning from overseas
“[Mark Taylor] was not the only New Zealander who was over there but he’s certainly the most high-profile one and has been engaged in terrorist activity.” The Prime Minister is rejecting a Green MP’s description of a law that would impose restrictions on returning New Zealanders involved in terrorism as “dog-whistling”. The Terrorism Suppression (Control… Continue reading Jacinda Ardern rejects Golriz Ghahraman’s description of anti-terrorist law as ‘dog-whistling’.
Counter-terrorism police preparing to prosecute “bumbling Jihadi” Mark Taylor upon his return to New Zealand could be derailed by outdated laws, a legal expert believes. Detectives with the National Security Investigation Team have been building a case against Taylor for at least seven months in anticipation of Taylor returning from Syria, where he moved to… Continue reading Police build case against ‘bumbling Jihadi’ Mark Taylor, but outdated anti-terrorism laws could see him walk free