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Omar Suleiman Mar 17
Can’t stop reading their stories. There is something about Atta Elayyan, a guy who was my age, and all the photos with his young family that won’t escape me. May Allah join us with them all in a better place.
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Amee Vanderpool Mar 17
Hillary Clinton answering a question about Trump and racism and how an appropriate leader should be handling terrorism. Even though it was several months ago, in typical fashion, it is very relevant today.
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Jonathan Van Ness Mar 17
My heart is with the Islamic community the loss of life of peaceful worshippers in New Zealand is too tragic for words.
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Dmin Mar 17
Good move by New Zealand for choosing to blur the face of the gunman arrested in the horrible shootings. Media is banned from showing his face. Don't give these gunmen the publicity they seek.
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Kamran Kamal Mar 17
This is Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern of New Zealand: She promised to cover the funeral costs of the 51 victims She assured every family of the victims financial assistance moving forward She wore the Hijab while honoring the victims THAT is leadership.
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Uppity Cancer Pt Mar 17
My great grandmother had the had the choice of immigrating to the US or New Zealand. She chose the US. She made the wrong choice. New Zealand seems to be filled with kindness & compassion, as does its wonderful, strong leader. My heart is broken for you.
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ChannelTheRage Mar 17
Georgia State University Study shows, “A non-Muslim terrorist has to kill on average 7 people more than a Muslim terrorist to get equal coverage as a Muslim terrorist.”
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MuslimMarine Mar 17
Yes, I blame individuals like Judge Jeanine when it comes to all the fear mongering! And yes, I believe she is partially responsible for the lost in New Zealand Mosque Attacks! Here’s what I said Live on CNN regarding her Islamophobic comments:
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مَریَم  Mariam Mar 16
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Sara Spector Mar 17
I'm sorry that the gentle people of New Zealand lost their countryman in an act partly inspired by the man my country elected as its leader. I'm ashamed. I apologize. I wish I could do more.
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Livingstone Mukasa Mar 17
"Terrorism is the only field where white people do most of the work and receive the least credit." ~ on
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Shelan Mar 17
NZ MP has given to the world the true meaning of and personally changed my view of politics and politicians. I believe you inspired future leaders to walk into your true path of leadership rather than the path of fake leaders......
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Amee Vanderpool Mar 17
"Returning violence for violence multiplies violence, adding deeper darkness to a night already devoid of stars..."
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Haven Coleman Mar 17
Taking time to learn about the people who lost their lives in . lost, but many more lives. changed forever. The focus should be on the victims and I’m mad that this keeps happening. Do something nice for someone different from you this week in their honor.
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Mohamed Amen Mar 17
You don’t have to be Muslim to mourn. You don’t have to be from New Zealand to mourn. You just have to be human to mourn, honor and remember the taken too soon. Thank you so much for everyone reach out to their muslim friends,it was heart warming@such time.
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حلقـــة السنــــة Mar 22
Allah's Apostle said, "Whoever is killed protecting his wealth, he is a martyr. Whoever is killed protecting his family, he is a martyr. Whoever is killed protecting his religion, he is a martyr. Whoever is killed protecting himself, he is a martyr."
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Franny🌊RESISTS!! Mar 17
New Zealand's PM said this, “While work is being done as to the chain of events that led to both the holding of this gun license and the possession of these weapons, I can tell you one thing right now: OUR GUN LAWS WILL CHANGE.” Meanwhile, in Missouri!!! 👇👇👇👇👇
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boozychef Mar 17
What happened in has more to do with hate and less to do with religion. were someone’s family, someone’s world and someone’s everything. Remember that!
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Muslims Down Under Mar 26
Friday 16th - A sacred day, at a sacred place, performing a sacred act; were lost. Now, millions across the world have listened to the same recitation that was left mid-way, millions across the world paid respect to the lives lost. 1/4
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(((Sam Rasoul))) Mar 17
is how we remember the brave souls of Christchurch Mosque Attack. The last words spoken to the shooter before he senselessly stole . "Hello Brother [and Sister]" represents the true spirit of Islam.
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