PROFILE: Aotearoa Maori Muslim Association head Te Amorangi Kireka-Whaanga was named one of the world’s 500 most influential Muslims in 2010. An influential Maori Muslim leader is openly supporting the Islamic State militant group and believes Kiwi fighters should not be stopped from joining. Te Amorangi Kireka-Whaanga is the head of the Aotearoa Maori Muslim… Continue reading Maori Muslim with Mongrel Mob connections backs Islamic State.
Another example of how the minority rule over the majority. All 8500 prisoners in the New Zealand prison system eat halal-certified meat, despite only 82 prisoners identifying themselves as Muslim. For a meat processor to be halal-certified, meat must be slaughtered by Muslims and cannot be contaminated by alcohol or pig products. Corrections rehabilitation general… Continue reading Few Muslim inmates but jails buy only halal meat.
Prison staff on alert for terror links. Guards working in Auckland Prison at Paremoremo have been told to monitor inmates for any sign of contact from terrorist groups. The direction came in an email to management at the country’s largest prison this week. Corrections officers will now monitor letters and telephone calls for anything that… Continue reading Prison staff on alert for terror links.
Muslim converts essentially say they are no longer part of New Zealand, but part of the Islamic Nation, so any war over there is their war personally here. Peters claims Muslim group funding radical New Zealand First leader Winston Peters yesterday renewed his attack on Muslim radicals, claiming a national Islamic group was funding a… Continue reading Muslim group funding radical.
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.