See also: NZ PM to fulfil Islamic State leaders request. Survivors and victims of the Christchurch mosque attacks expressed relief yesterday after the “wicked” terrorist was jailed for life without parole. Cries of “Allahu akbar”, or ‘God is most great’, were heard outside the High Court in Christchurch after Brenton Harrison Tarrant, 29, was sentenced.… Continue reading Mosque widow after sentencing: ‘I couldn’t believe that what we prayed for, we got’
See also: Compile: the long history of faithful Canterbury muslims. Brenton Harrison Tarrant has today made a shock admission that he was the lone gunman who murdered 51 Muslims at two Christchurch mosques on March 15 last year. The 29-year-old Australian entered the guilty pleas at a special, hastily-arranged High Court hearing in Christchurch this… Continue reading Video: Brenton Tarrant’s shock guilty plea to murders
Temel Atacocugu was shot nine times on 15 March last year. “Please don’t hate us, because we are innocent people and we just want a good life … New Zealand is our house too.” That is his message to New Zealand in his latest interview with RNZ, as the country prepares to mark one year… Continue reading ‘Please don’t hate us’ – they want more!!!
See also: The Sacred City of Mecca: Have Muslims Got It Wrong? See also: The Deans Ave facility was partly funded by a $460,000 gift from the Saudi kingdom. Saudi Arabia’s King Salman has invited some 200 survivors and relatives of the victims of the Christchurch Mosque shootings to be his guests at the Hajj… Continue reading Saudi Arabia’s King invites 200 survivors &relatives of Chch shootings to Hajj
See also: The Sacred City of Mecca: Have Muslims Got It Wrong? See also: The Deans Ave facility was partly funded by a $460,000 gift from the Saudi kingdom. The history of Saudi involvement goes back to when radical Islamists Al Haramain were first discussing the setup of a mosque in Christchurch, as per this… Continue reading Saudi money all through Chch Shooting saga.
Christchurch mosque attack hero slams Victim Support over money payout. Attack survivor Abdul Aziz says dividing the victims into different categories is bad for the community. A hero of the Linwood mosque terror attack says Victim Support has divided a traumatised community in the way it has distributed donated money. But Victim Support says it has consulted widely… Continue reading Christchurch mosque attack hero slams Victim Support over money payout.