Twitter | Search | |
Search Refresh
Beth Wise Mar 21
Standing in solidarity with our brothers and sisters today. We love ALL New Zealanders. Kia Kaha
Reply Retweet Like
Meredith Mar 21
Wearing hijab today to show solidarity for our muslim friends
Reply Retweet Like
Mimzy Vidz Mar 21
...I get they’re trying but this is all wrong. We mourn those we lost, we support, care and stand by our fellow people. But the and what it stands for is oppression and there isn’t ever a need to stand by that and that needs to be clear
Reply Retweet Like
Faraway Travellers Mar 21
Today I wear a headscarf in Australia in solidarity with the victims of last week's terrorist attack in Christchurch, and with anyone who has ever had a reason to pause as they decide to put it on. One day, inshallah, that will be noone.
Reply Retweet Like
Kate Mills Workman πŸ³οΈβ€πŸŒˆ Mar 21
Wearing a headscarf to uni as a show of support and solidarity with the many Muslim women who are routinely harassed for the act of following their faith. I will work hard to help raise up your voices in any way I can
Reply Retweet Like
Becky Johnson Mar 21
Taking part in Scarves in Solidarity today. Sharing love and empathy with New Zealand's Muslim community.
Reply Retweet Like
π€π«π§πš 𝐀π₯𝐚𝐲𝐧𝐞 Mar 21
Wear a headscarf today to show solidarity with the Muslim community following the horrific terrorist act committed against them on March 15 in Christchurch β™₯️
Reply Retweet Like
Stephanie Cox Mar 21
Obstetric Medicine - supporting all women, of all faiths.
Reply Retweet Like
Zara Kay Mar 20
No to I stand against misogyny. I stand against normalising the hijab. is encouraging the subjugation of women. Like, comment, share
Reply Retweet Like
Masina Taulapapa Mar 21
Bit disappointed today that no one else on my bus is wearing however just saw a little boy walking up to school with a headscarf on and my is restored.
Reply Retweet Like
@UNSRCulture Mar 20
Can I respectfully ask those thinking of participating in 2please also consider that millions of do not wear hijab, dont want2wear it, & many like take great risks 2defend this opposition? 1/2
Reply Retweet Like
Syed Arsalan Ali Mar 19
Retweet it as much as you can so it can be a global cause! πŸ™ŒπŸ»πŸ™ŒπŸ»
Reply Retweet Like
Cathy Mellett Mar 19
Across our stores and in complete solidarity. As a woman let us all unite and wear a scarf on Friday. It is one-week on from this tragedy and this day allows us to walk alongside our Muslim sisters as a mark of solidarity and respect.
Reply Retweet Like
Erhan Mar 20
"They are us, we are one" βœŠπŸ’–πŸ’–
Reply Retweet Like
Imam Mustenser Qamar Mar 20
Replying to @MustenserAQamar
I think this is a great idea. Other faiths also have teachings regarding head coverings and modesty including the Bible. Examples in history include the mother Mary and even to this day nuns.
Reply Retweet Like
Ara Mar 21
In support of Muslim women and the Muslim community, a group of Ara staff wore headscarves today for Scarves in Solidarity.
Reply Retweet Like
Susana Ulukai Mar 20
And what about to use this in solidarity with the thousands of Christians killed by Muslims
Reply Retweet Like
Asrul MuzaffarπŸ‡²πŸ‡Ύ Mar 21
On Friday 22 March, New ZealandπŸ‡³πŸ‡Ώ women are encouraged to wear hijab as a gesture of solidarity for their Muslim whānau. Some human rights activists don’t agree with it but personally I believe this is a beautiful, symbolic act
Reply Retweet Like
Anonymous Mar 22
OMG New Zealanders are people from just another planet❀ While the whole world is suffering from Islamophobia, these beautiful souls r taking solidarity to another level by declaring and women from all walks of life wearing Scarfs I Love u all
Reply Retweet Like
fatneza risnanda Mar 21
MashaAllah Front page of NZ's news magazine "The Press". Thank you very much for your sympathy
Reply Retweet Like