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Emily Nash Mar 19
WATCH: The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are making an unannounced visit to New Zealand House to pay their respects to the victims of the . They have laid flowers outside and will sign a book of condolence inside: 🇳🇿 ❤️
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mariam💓 Mar 20
the silence from my non-muslim friends after the has spoken volumes.
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David R. Evans Mar 24
Replying to @wisermann
Without the Zionist propaganda and wars there would have been no refugee flood into cities of the West, and there would have been no Israel is the nexus of wars and orchestrated chaos.
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Shama Junejo Mar 21
Every woman is wearing head scarf today in solidarity with victims
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Ruptly Apr 23
BREAKING: Easter attacks were response to - Defence Minister
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Abed A. Ayoub Mar 22
Replying to @aayoub
Here is an article about his comments, which he has defended. This is from 2015. Because rhetoric like this has gone unchecked we end up with a tragedy like which left 50 dead.
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Avani Mar 20
We have obtained a leaked video showing Islamic leaders calling on Scott Morrison at Lakemba Mosque for protection against hate speech after the . This comes after the PM said he was “warmly embraced” by the Muslim community in Syd.
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ZAKK D'LARTÉ Mar 21
Ponsonby Central at a complete standstill for the two minute silence. Surreal. You will never be forgotten.
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Avani Mar 21
PM Scott Morrison is on the saying he was welcomed by the Islamic community after the . No mention of their calls for more protections against hate speech. This leaked video tells a different story.
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John Mangos Mar 21
I took my two young sons to a mosque today to pay our respects on Friday prayers. We were greeted with incredible warmth and gratitude. We are richer for the experience. I recommend it to all.
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Fred Burton Mar 26
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Bloomberg TicToc Mar 17
"Terrorism does not have a religion." This is how world leaders reacted to New Zealand's
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Rida K Mirza, MD 🇨🇦 Mar 21
has had 3 mass shootings that I know of in the last 9 years despite their gun bans. NZ had none until an Australian came to NZ for the purpose of committing the . Does that mean that NZ has a gun problem or that Australia has a violence problem?
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Ammara Ahmad ਅਮਾਰਾ ਅਹਿਮਦ Mar 17
Can we not celebrate someone’s death? Whatever the kind of life he/she led- can we vow to respect the deceased or at least maintain a dignified silence? Yeh hisaab kissi aur din ke liye? Or are we no different from those who celebrated the & ?
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The Advertiser May 29
“Egg Boy” donates $100,000 to Christchurch massacre victims
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Patrick Henningsen Aug 3
near identical template to ; telegraphed on where only couple users actually read B4 it was removed, a 'Manifesto' littered w/ usual far-right tropes, wrapped in usual 'clash of civilizations' narrative. hashtag trending.
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لِوایاتان Mar 24
This cowardly so-called sympathetic act of some ppl of New Zealand is nothing but SHAME for the so-called free world.
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#ClimateEmergency Peter Mar 24
My opinion of & Michael Daley. Firstly it appears the Media became obsessed by Daley not knowing some figures on a Debate that nobody I know watches on SKYNews which continued to show footage of 2nd was someone from his own Party 1/2
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لِوایاتان Mar 24
Replying to @annafifield
Promoting forced hijab as a way of sympathizing with these animals??!! SHAME on you and SORRY for the New Zealand. Cowards do not deserve freedom.
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Australian Red Cross Mar 19
This is utterly heartbreaking. We need to throw our arms around these people and ensure they are supported. Inna lillahi wa inna ilayhi raji'un
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