The Australian man accused of killing 51 worshippers at two mosques in New Zealand in March pleaded not guilty to multiple murder and terrorism charges on Friday. In an attack broadcast live on Facebook, the lone gunman armed with semi-automatic weapons targeted Muslims attending Friday prayers in Christchurch on March 15, in New Zealand’s worst[…]
Admitting that they have “struggled” with getting public attention, a right-wing political party in Australia has come up with a good scheme to pull in votes: Granting themselves the moniker of France’s Yellow Vests. The rather small political organization, previously known as the Australian Liberty Alliance (ALA), triumphantly reported on Tuesday that[…]
By Anees Teladia As Muslims killed in the Christchurch terror attacks in New Zealand were finally laid to rest on Friday, a Capetonian living in New Zealand for the past 13 years, Mohammed Abbas, has described it as a “difficult week”. “Emotions were running high. The communities have rallied together[…]
By Anees Teladia There are hopes that the bodies of all the victims of the Christchurch terror attacks in New Zealand will be returned to the grief-stricken families by Thursday, for them to be buried by Islamic rites this week. While authorities have not publicly named the deceased killed in[…]
A number of tabloid newspapers have been criticized for their coverage of Christchurch attacker Brenton Tarrant, which has been described as sympathetic and hypocritical. The outlets have been called out for fueling Islamophobia. Daily Mirror The UK Daily Mirror was slammed over its front page, which featured a photo of[…]
An 18-year-old New Zealander has been jailed without bail for allegedly sharing a video of the Christchurch mosque attack, as well as posting an image of the mosque days before the massacre, with the caption “Target acquired.” The man appeared before Christchurch District Court on Monday. He was arraigned on[…]
Three Syrian refugee children have been hit and threatened with a knife by a gang of right-wing youths in eastern Germany, according to police. The boys, aged five, eight and 11, were getting out of a bus in the town of Sebnitz, around 40km east of Dresden, when they came[…]
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