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by John Black · 16/03/2020 2pm
It’s been a year since an act of a madman shocked the country. Fifty-one souls lost to a psychopath on an autumn afternoon in Christchurch. Our worst act of peacetime violence shouldn’t be an easy thing to forget.
by Marcus Ramsey · 04/05/2019 1pm
Do we understand the driving forces behind what we term as radicalization or is this so fractured that we cannot even join any of the dots up at all? Young people tend to join violent extremist organizations more than any other age groups.
by Leighton Pearson · 02/04/2019 8pm
The following letter was sent to the editor by a reader. If you would like to send us your thoughts on current events, please don't hesitate to email a short article to editor@rightminds.nz and we'll put it up if it meets some basic standards.
by John Black · 01/04/2019 9pm
A few years ago the English writer Douglas Murray published a book entitled "Islamophilia: A Very Metropolitan Malady". It attempted to upset the premise of widespread "Islamophobia" by cataloguing the limitless kowtowing to the tender sensitivities of the "Religion of Peace".
by Origen · 01/04/2019 1pm
There have been many outlandish claims in the aftermath of the Christchurch shooting tragedy, ideologues stacked up with grievances at hand. However, there has been no other claim more tangential than that of Douglas Pratt.
by Rex Monday · 30/03/2019 9pm
To understand the motives, the risk factors, and the background of the killer is essential for the prevention of further such episodes. But Brenton Tarrant has left behind a perplexing array of clues designed to obfuscate his true intentions.
by Dieuwe de Boer · 28/03/2019 12pm
Canadian author and columnist Mark Steyn, who is also a regular on Tucker Carlson Tonight , had some comments to make about New Zealand's reaction to the Christchurch massacre just over a week on.
by Dieuwe de Boer · 27/03/2019 9am
This statement was made by Imam Tawhidi, an Australian Shia reformist, on Alt News Media yesterday. I thought it worth reprinting in full.
by Dieuwe de Boer · 21/03/2019 9am
There have been two announcements for remembrance on Friday, one of which I support and the other which I strongly denounce. A two-minute's silence and the Islamic call to prayer will be broadcast.
by John Black · 18/03/2019 1pm
In the wake of the devastating events of last Friday there have been, and will be, fingers pointed at those who hold conservative or right-wing views. This is unfair, but understandable.
by Dieuwe de Boer · 15/03/2019 8pm
Undoubtedly you've read plenty about the bloody and tragic attacks on Christchurch mosques today. Many details remain unclear and the extent of injury and death hasn't been revealed yet. As of writing, the dead number 40, and the final toll is likely to rise.
by Dieuwe de Boer · 19/12/2018 10am
Time Magazine has announced their "Man of the Year" award to a group known as the "guardians of the truth". Who are these guardians? Don't laugh too hard, but by that they mean journalists.
by Dieuwe de Boer · 30/10/2018 8pm
What do you know about Monsieur Beltrame? Cast your mind back and perhaps you'll remember reading the newspaper on a warm morning in March where, on page 4, you read an article about a "cultural enrichment event" in Trèbes, near Carcassonne.
by Dieuwe de Boer · 22/12/2017 9am
This is a review of "Mohammed's Koran", a book that succinctly and convincingly exposes The Grand Lie: that Islam is a religion of peace. For centuries Western scholars have known and experienced that Islam is a religion of war. For over a thousand years, Mohammed and his followers have spread their ideology via violent jihad, killing countless millions and subjugating millions more.If you want a Koran for your library, this is the one you should buy.
by Alex Eastwood-Williams · 06/06/2017 2am
Originally this article was going to be about the upcoming British general election, but thanks to recent events, we are going to have to talk about terrorism. Again. Like most people, I'm struggling to come to terms with the latest Islamist terrorist attack to hit the UK, the second in the space ...
Pauline Hanson - Halal At Best a Scam, at Worst, Funding Terrorism
by Owen LLewellyn · 10/05/2017 8pm
Pauline Hanson of One Nation, makes the case against Halal certification in Australia . She explains how it helps fund terrorism and the Islamification of Australia.
by Andrew Ryan · 22/02/2017 10am
In plain words, halal is anything that is created under the Islamic law called sharia. There are 5 types of ahkam (which means activity) that confined the action of Moslems, halal literally means it is in the “allowed” category, whereas terms like haram means it is forbidden under Islam.
Canada mosque shooting
by Right Minds NZ · 30/01/2017 5pm
There has been an attack in Canada on a Quebec City mosque, leaving six dead and nineteen wounded, five in critical condition. Both Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Quebec Premier Philippe Couillard have called shooting an act of terrorism.