Auckland’s Muslim community, the largest in the country, gathered at Masjid-E-Umar (the biggest Mosque in New Zealand) at a special meeting this afternoon at its precincts to pay its tribute to Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern for her compassion and leadership in handling the tragedy in Christchurch. More than 1000 men and women attended the meeting,… Continue reading Auckland Muslims hail Jacinda Arden as humane, genuine Leader.
New Zealand Muslims are making the most of taxpayer assistance to promote Sharia Law in New Zealand! Father can’t watch daughters at Muslim netball tournament A Muslim father is upset he isn’t allowed to watch his two daughters compete at an Islamic women’s netball tournament. But organisers say it’s important for the girls to have… Continue reading Father can’t watch daughters at Muslim netball tournament
Women-only swim night ‘very popular’ among Muslim community. YMCA instructor Bernadine (left) with Gayas Fathima, who was afraid of the water before she started Muslim women-only swimming classes. A public pool is being partially closed one night a week to give Muslim women the opportunity to enjoy some uninterrupted time in the water while they… Continue reading Women-only swim night ‘very popular’ among Muslim community.
Imran Patel, 26, shouted: “Tell John Key to stop being a slave to America and get out of Iraq,” as he was dragged out of the room by guards after being handed a sentence. An Auckland man jailed for distributing Islamic State propaganda videos has lost an appeal to cut his sentence short. Mt Roskill… Continue reading Avondale mosque jihadi sentenced over ‘terrorist material’ loses appeal on jail term
An Auckland man who distributed extremist videos, featuring footage of people being shot, beheaded and burned alive has been dragged from court screaming “Allahu Akbar”. Imran Patel, 26, launched into the rant as he was jailed for three years nine months before Auckland District Court this afternoon. “Tell John Key to stop being a slave… Continue reading “Tell John Key to stop being a slave to America and get out of Iraq. Allahu Akbar,”
New Zealand: Muslim screaming “Allahu akbar” threatens to slit man’s throat “It can now be revealed that just over a year ago Patel was jailed for 10 months for holding a large knife to a driver’s throat and threatening to kill him while yelling an Islamic exclamation. Patel gestured to the driver then ran across… Continue reading New Zealand: Muslim screaming “Allahu akbar” threatens to slit man’s throat
Imran Patel arrives at the Auckland District Court charged with threatening to kill in 2014. An Auckland man has pleaded guilty to possessing, making and distributing extremist Islamic videos which featured footage of people being beheaded and burned alive. Imran Patel, 26, admitted the charges at Auckland District Court this afternoon, just hours after 27-year-old… Continue reading Second man guilty of distributing Isis material.
Flashback: April 10, 2011 SIS spying on mosques revealed Spy vs spy: Charles Wardle says he found the SIS egotistical and aimless. Testimony from a man serving a life sentence for his role in the Mumbai terror attacks revealed a Kiwi connection. Michael Field meets the man who once trained to be a terrorist before… Continue reading SIS spying on mosques revealed
Sheik Alhilali was at the time, the “Mufti of Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific” A Sydney mufti who compared unveiled women to “uncovered meat” has gained followers in New Zealand, despite an attempt by the country’s official Muslim body to disown him. A former president of the Federation of Islamic Associations of New… Continue reading Radical mufti finds backing here.
A witness in an Auckland District Court depositions hearing of murder charges against two Somali men refused to give evidence through a woman Somali interpreter yesterday. The witness was stood down by justices of the peace hearing police evidence against Abdirizak Ali Ismail, 48, a Mt Roskill sickness beneficiary, and Ambar Badam Yusuf, 23, a… Continue reading Somali refuses interpreter in depositions hearing