Note that by October of 2019 the Islamic Women’s Council does not understand the difference between the Aotearoa Maori Muslim Association‘s wannabe Islamic State Jihadi trying to leave NZ to kill people in accordance with the Quran, and those speaking out against importing and sponsoring more of the violent, rape, child abusive culture that she… Continue reading No need for ‘assimilation centres’, says Islamic Women’s Council.
‘It’s hard to think of Islam with any goodwill, even at Christmas.’ These words were written by Herald columnist, John Roughan – even now, I find his words hard to read, although I concede they sum up the feelings of many people toward the religion of Islam. The Paris attacks are the latest in a… Continue reading Zain Ali: Let’s show goodwill towards Islam at Christmas.
Quran 4:100. And whoever emigrates for the cause of God will find on the earth many [alternative] locations and abundance. And whoever leaves his home as an emigrant to God and His Messenger and then death overtakes him – his reward has already become incumbent upon God. Dr. Ali downplays the reasons why Islamic countries… Continue reading Dr Zain Ali: Magic ways to ease a crisis of conscience
Up to 80 New Zealanders have been linked to the extremist group Islamic State, with half of them on a government watch list, Prime Minister John Key has revealed. In a major speech on national security in Wellington this morning, Mr Key said agencies had a watch list of between 30 and 40 people who… Continue reading Key reveals 80 Kiwis linked to Islamic State.
This mosque was the HQ for FIANZ backed Te Amorangi Kireka-Whaanga who at the time had the mosque listed as his employment on facebook. This was essentially a fight between the Fijian former owners and Middle Eastern Islamics who were to buy the property and stop sending money to the Pacific. Islamic centre closed down as tensions… Continue reading ‘Jihad’ threat to mosque security
An Islamic studies specialist says people with links to al Qaeda exist in New Zealand and are a risk to the community. Zain Ali, from the University of Auckland, says the terrorist group has a clear agenda to instil fear and terror. “They’re always looking to recruit. And I think even John Key’s statement indicates… Continue reading Threat real, says academic: Al Qaeda-trained people in NZ, says Key.