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Austrian chancellor confirms financial link between nationalist group and Christchurch killer

Austria’s leader confirmed Wednesday that authorities have found financial links between the suspected gunman of the recent mosque massacres in New Zealand and a local nationalist group, following a raid on an activist’s home. Chancellor Sebastian Kurz added that the Austrian government was looking into dissolving the group, known as[…]

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Free speech debate in New Zealand after mosque slayer’s manifesto banned

New Zealand’s chief censor has banned mosque shooter Brenton Tarrant’s white supremacist manifesto, as well as videos of his violent rampage. The bans have ignited a debate over free speech in the grieving country. Chief censor David Shanks declared the killer’s 80-page manifesto – entitled ‘The Great Replacement’ – “objectionable”on Saturday,[…]

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Hamas rejects designation of Hezbollah as ‘terrorist’

Hamas on Monday rejected a resolution by Arab League foreign ministers designating Lebanon’s Hezbollah as a terrorist organization. “Hamas strongly rejects the designation of the Lebanese resistance movement Hezbollah as terrorist,” it said in a statement. “We were shocked to see that the joint Arab statement was free from referring[…]

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Teacher allegedly calls pupil a ‘terrorist’

The Ahmed Kathrada Foundation on Friday condemned a Lenasia schoolteacher who allegedly called a Muslim pupil a “terrorist”. “If the allegations against the teacher are found to be true, it raises serious concerns about ongoing incidents of racism in SA schools,” the foundation’s director, Neeshan Balton, said in a statement.[…]

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‘Al-Aqsa will not be destroyed’

At 9:00 in morning, on August 21, 1969, Denis Michael Rohan, an Australian citizen, set fire to the pulpit of the Al-Aqsa Masjid, in Jerusalem. Considered by many as an attack against Islam, this event continues to be remembered as part of the greater Zionist occupation of Palestinian land. Rohan,[…]

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