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Qasim Rashid, Esq. Mar 22
In just 1 week, the New Zealand PM has done more w/love, dialogue, & conviction to stop terrorism than the 18 year, $6T, 1M killed atrocity known as the “war on terror.” She’s denied white supremacists & Taliban extremists what they need most—oxygen & attention
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Julianne Moore Mar 20
This is what a leader does.
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Qasim Rashid, Esq. Mar 21
One week ago today a terrorist tried to silence the prayers of thousands of Muslims Today billions around the world heard the Islamic call to prayer for peace & prosperity The terrorist lost Humanity won ❤️
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Hassan Shibly Mar 21
“We will guard your mosques on Friday and you can guard our temples Saturday and we can guard the Churches together Sunday” One of the countless beautiful interfaith messages of support received.
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Shaan Mar 21
New Zealand just broadcasted the Islamic Call to Prayer (Azan) nationally. While America takes pride in Muslim ban, Pakistan in banning Azaan for Ahmadis, here comes a leader setting example in displaying remarkable gestures of solidarity for others to follow.
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Jeff Kasky Mar 21
Attention People of New Zealand: There are reports that the vampires from the are coming to "help" you in reference to the assault weapons ban. TELL THEM TO GO FUCK THEMSELVES. Do not accept their devil's bargain. You're welcome.
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Saylay_ Mar 22
This man stood outside of our mosque today at jummah prayer to pass out flowers and free drinks as an apology for what happened in NewZealand, this is what real love looks like❤️
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Jennifer Casa-Todd Mar 18
If you look closely at this art installation, you will see the symbols of every religion beautifully etched into this peace sign. This is as it should be.
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🌸Hiba khan🌸 Mar 18
Many New Zealanders start visiting the mosques to learn about Islam after terrorist attack on Christchurch mosques, which killed dozens of worshipers,
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حنيفة Mar 21
Today I stood in my University courtyard amongst hundreds of my peers as we listened to the sound of the Adhan and the Jumah khutbah. Allah is Great and Allah never takes without compensation.
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Nayaab Khan Mar 21
I have tears in my eyes. THIS is humanity. So much love and respect for the amazing, loving, mature people of New Zealand. The world can learn so much from you. Thank you, all you wonderful, spectacular people!!! ♥️
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Imam Kamran M Tahir Mar 21
“It really hit me afterwards and I asked myself ‘is it because it’s a mosque that the pain is more?” Terrorism has no religion! Thank you
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Syed Wadood Janud Mar 22
Replying to @AllBlacks
وعلیکم اسلام As an Aussie and an Imam, I think I speak for everyone in saying that the people of have been a shining light of love & solidarity during this dark time. You have won the hearts of Muslims around the world. Peace be on you.
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Bayan Abdallat Mar 17
I went to a vigil at the community Islamic center in OKC for . I almost balled trying to park my car before entering bc the parking lots were FULL. Both of them. With Muslims and non-Muslims, people of all backgrounds & religions. We came together.
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Syed Wadood Janud Mar 20
I'm in awe! Just witnessed the performed live. Local came together to perform this in memory & honor of the victims of Gave me the chills. Hate will never win!
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Fasih Malik Mar 22
8 days ago, I didn't know anything about New Zealand. Now, I'm in love with the country and its people. The response shown by them in wake of the terror attacks is truly inspiring. What a great leader is. A role model for world leaders to follow
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Yahya Adel Ibrahim Mar 22
Alhamdulillah! Our brother is recovered & blessed and more importantly is a source of incredible inspiration!
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Ahmadiyya Calgary Mar 20
The Ahmadiyya launch “Visit a Mosque” campaign. In the wake of it gives Canadians an opportunity to meet their Muslim neighbours and learn about true peaceful teachings of Islam.
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Ben Allomes Mar 21
Why? Because sunflowers make you smile 😊 Kinda fitting I think that these things are in full bloom today...of all days...keep smiling NZ #1.32
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❄️bombogenesis🌪 Mar 20
Replying to @ShawnInArizona
How disrespectful! Would someone wear a swastika in a synagogue?! Because that’s basically what this loser, is doing.
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