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Sarah Hajar CGT 5h
After the I am not sure that MAS should be way below NZ.
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Mona Eltahawy Mar 17
Biker crew Black Power,which took name from the civil rights movement & whose members r mostly Maori (indigenous people of ) honoured victims of by performing Haka(ceremonial dance). White supremacy’s earliest victims honouring its latest victims
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S H A I M A. Mar 16
EGG TEEN WALKS FREE 🏳️👏🏻 “In case you want to know who this shit is ? He blamed the in New Zealand on Muslim immigrants.”
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Gelek Besthairtsang Mar 21
Replying to @GelekB
it has only been a week since the where a white supremacist took the logical end point of values that the guy in the MAGA hat above espoused. they know what they're doing and what impact it has on people like us.
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Partho Sen-Gupta Jun 13
“Tarrant smirked as Tait (his lawyer) informed the court that he would plead not guilty to all charges but otherwise showed little emotion.” | The Guardian
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Avril Jun 10
The lack of self-awareness from the woman who said of the “this is the result of politicians making people feel unheard & marginalized” completely befuddles me. May God forgive for her promotion of evil and convert her hatred to love.
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Winnie CullMac Mar 15
This is hate speech. Twitter allows it. In light of what has happened today in New Zealand, each and every one of us has a duty to call out hate where we see it and for exactly what it is.
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Sana Saeed Mar 23
Was listening to an NPR segment yesterday on the and after my friend pointed it out, we realized that not once - *not once* - did they utter the words ‘white supremacy’. Journalists, if you’re talking about white supremacist attacks—mention white supremacy.
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Malik Nishat Azim Mar 16
Shame on the authorities❗ لعنت ہے عدل-طاقت-حکومت کے گٹھ جوڑ پر God forbid..if something happens to MNS, then another can happen here.
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Arsen Ostrovsky Mar 15
OMG! Just horrific news from , where white extremist terrorists opened fired on two Mosques in Christchurch, killing at least 40 people, incl children. Just no words for this senseless act of evil!
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Rowaida Abdelaziz Mar 17
Anti-Muslim rhetoric has become dangerously normalized ― in institutions, politics, media, and everyday life globally. To understand the - we need to confront the bigger, scarier picture. NEW from me, &
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Imaan Designs Mar 17
Heartfelt poetry by at vigil on Friday, March 15 for the Christchurch mosque victims
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💧Melanie Mar 25
Ep 1 Everyone needs to watch this, it’s a bit tough to watch please be mindful. The main takeaway for myself is that Dutton used the tactics of the NRA PR team himself, when accusing the Greens of taking political advantage of the
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Boutaïna Azzabi Ezzaouia Apr 14
'The aftermath of the demonstrated the problem with Muslim celebrity activism perfectly. US-based Muslim celebrities were quick to take centre-stage, drowning out Muslim voices from .' Vanessa Taylor |
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Carole-Anne Collins Mar 17
The absolute shameful state of our National press! Days after the , instead of backing 's call to stop the enabling of Islamophobia in their ranks, they've chosen instead to attack HIM en masse rather than hold the usual suspects to account
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Moazzam Begg Mar 21
4 attacked this morning following . Reminder: “Europe and Islam is one of the greatest, most terrifying problems of our future," William Shawcross, ex-head , ex-director and biographer for Rupert Murdoch and the Queen
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James One Mar 30
Replying to @Peter_Fitz
This is all just part of the deflection since the Conservative politicians are trying to get people to blame anyone but themselves. Making us compare Greens vs One Nation is just to stop us from thinking about LNP trying to get the bigot anti-Muslim vote.
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SuhailSpeaks Mar 18
"His shoes were still at the entrance, where he had left them when he arrived for Friday prayers with his father and older brother. His big brown eyes, usually alight with laughter, were closed as he was rushed to an ambulance."
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Lindsay Merbaum Mar 17
Say their names. Remember their faces. Remember them.
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Emma Hardy MP Mar 15
I am deeply sorry to hear of the senseless murder of so many peaceful worshippers at the New Zealand mosque attack. We must be united against hatred and stand up against it.
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