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    Echt gezellige gast ben jij. De mensen om je heen benoem je als 'hypocriet, verdorven, slecht'. Dat helpt echt...
    En weer liegen.. dat is ook het enigste dat jou spoortje kan e
    Wakker worden

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    Call out white supremacy and Islamophobia, Ottawa vigil hears

    Shaamini Yogaretnam
    Updated: March 15, 2019
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    In the rain, they gathered at the foot of the Human Rights Monument.

    Hundreds stood, together, to grieve, to mourn and to call for change to the rhetoric that makes the murder of Muslims at prayer an all-too-common reality.

    Organizer Shahad Khalladi woke up Friday and told a friend that they had to plan another vigil. They gathered, too, for the six people killed in the Quebec City mosque shooting in 2017.

    “A few years later, it’s not easier to mourn,” she said. “Today is a horrific day … people lost their lives in a space that they thought they were safe.”

    As of Friday evening, at least 49 people had died after being shot at two mosques in Christchurch, N.Z., during midday prayers — most if not all of them gunned down by a self-described immigrant-hating white supremacist who used a helmet-mounted camera to broadcast live video of the massacre.

    Dozens of people attended a vigil at the Human Rights Memorial on Friday evening, hours after the deadly mass shootings in New Zealand. Errol McGihon / Postmedia

    One man was arrested and charged with murder, and two other armed suspects were taken into custody while police tried to determine what roles, if any, they played in the attack that stunned New Zealand and Muslim communities worldwide.

    “It’s difficult to find words to explain what my community is going through,” Khalladi said. “It’s difficult to find an explanation for why this happened, it’s more important, however, to be here, to stand against this.”

    She read aloud from the Quran, standing underneath a monument inscribed with the words: “All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights.”

    Ottawa-Centre MP Catherine McKenna told the crowd that they have to stand together.

    “I was at the mosque earlier today and I was talking to our Muslim brothers and sisters whose children are too scared to come to the mosque. Some of them are too scared to go to school next week,” she said.

    “So, to everyone here that’s Muslim, we stand with you and to people of all faiths, you should be free to practise your faith … and you should not be scared to go to wherever you practise your faith. We need to call out islamaphobia, we need to call out hatred of all kinds.”

    Kitchissippi Coun. Jeff Leiper said it was not just islamophobia, but also white supremacy, and we shouldn’t pretend it isn’t.

    “I was here a year ago in the wake of the events in Quebec City, and we see these events happening over and over again, and let’s be clear about why that’s happening,” Leiper said. “The events in New Zealand were an act of white supremacy, were an act of terrorism, were an act of islamophobia. And those are not individual pathologies, those are insidious in society.”

    Leiper urged everyone to call out the bigotry they witnessed “each and every time until it is eradicated.”

    Leiper said islamophobia was “insidious at the highest level of our federal politics as political leaders play footsie with white supremacists.”

    Organizer Khalladi told the crowd that it was not just innocuous political debate and not just an innocent brand of rhetoric that pandered to a political base, but that the consequences of this kind of thinking were the slaughtered lives of people in her community.

    “We need to start calling it out for what it is,” Khalladi said. “I think of (Conservative leader) Andrew Scheer when I say this and it’s really important for me to call it out. When you go to a rally with a white supremacist, it says something to me. It says that Muslim women like me don’t mean much to you,” she said.

    NDP leader Jagmeet Singh quietly entered the large crowd near the end of the vigil.

    Dozens of people attended a vigil at the Human Rights Memorial for those affected by the massacre in New Zealand. Errol McGihon / Postmedia

    “At this point in time, there is no denial that Muslims are being murdered for this political rhetoric,” Khalladi said. “There is no ifs or butts, there are no blurred lines. It is clear we’ve reached a point where community members are slaughtered for practicing their faith peacefully,” Khalladi said.

    With files from Associated Press https://ottawacitizen.com/news/local...wa-vigil-hears
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    Jazeker ik geloof dat Jezus met de wil van de Vader in staat was bepaalde dingen te doen waarom?

  3. #693
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    En weer liegen.. dat is ook het enigste dat jou spoortje kan e
    Wat verwacht je anders van een faggy?

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    Christchurch mosque shootings: Terrifying minutes as he lay beneath two dying men
    17 Mar, 2019 7:05pm
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    Shihadeh Nasasrah, 63, who was wounded in the Christchurch mosque shooting, said he spent terrifying minutes lying underneath two dying men as the gunman kept firing.

    The assailant "would go out and bring more ammunition and resume shooting," said Nasasrah, speaking by phone from a Christchurch hospital where he was recovering from two shots to the leg.

    "Every time he stopped, I thought he was gone. But he returned over and over again. I was afraid to leave because I didn't know the safest way out. I died several times, not one time."

    Nasasrah had attended Friday prayers at the Al Noor Mosque with his friend, Abdel Fattah Qasim, 60, who was killed in the shooting. Both were originally from the West Bank — Nasasrah from the town of Beit Furik and Qasim from the town of Arabeh.

    Nasasrah said about 200 to 300 worshippers were in the mosque for Friday prayers, and that he and his friend were sitting in the front, near the imam, or prayer leader. The imam was delivering the sermon when the gunman burst into the mosque, he said.

    "Panic spread all over the place," Nasasrah said. "Some started saying Allahu Akbar (God is great). We scrambled to leave toward a second door that leads to a hall and then to the street, but the bullets brought us down."

    "Two people came on top of me, and he (the gunman) approached us and opened fire. Both were killed and I felt them dying," Nasasrah said. "I felt their blood. I myself was shot and I thought 'I'm dying'."

    He said he uttered the words that devout Muslims speak before their death — "there is no God but Allah, and Mohammed is his messenger."

    Nasasrah, a car dealer, said most of the worshippers were from Asia, including Indonesia, India, Singapore and Malaysia, and that Arabs made up a smaller part of the congregation.The attack left him and other Muslims in the area worried and puzzled.

    "I never heard a racist word in this country," he said. "I don't know what happened and why. I will not leave this country. Our lives are well established here, our homes, works, family is here and we will not leave."

    As a young man, Nasasrah studied English in the Syrian capital of Damascus, and then worked as a translator at the New Zealand embassy in Saudi Arabia for 14 years. The father of three moved to New Zealand in 1990. His three children graduated from universities in New Zealand and have established their lives in the country.
    Stories from the wounded

    SABRI DARAGHMEHA

    Jordanian man says his 4-year-old niece is fighting for her life after being wounded. Sabri Daraghmeh said by phone from Jordan on Saturday that the girl, Elin, remains "in the danger phase" and that her father, Waseem — Sabri's brother — is in stable condition.

    Daraghmeh says the 33-year-old Waseem moved to New Zealand five years ago and that he described it as the "safest place one could ever live in."

    The Daraghmehs are of Palestinian origin, but have Jordanian citizenship, like several others listed as Jordanian nationals among those killed and wounded in the mosque attacks.

    The Palestinian Foreign Ministry said Saturday that at least four Palestinians were among those killed, but acknowledged they could have been counted by Jordan or other countries.

    MOHAMMED ELYAN

    Mohammed Elyan, a Jordanian in his 60s who co-founded one of the mosques in 1993, was among those wounded, as was his son, Atta, who is in his 30s. That's according to Muath Elyan, Mohammed's brother, who said he spoke to Mohammed's wife after the shooting.

    Muath said his brother helped establish the mosque a year after arriving in New Zealand, where he teaches engineering at a university and runs a consultancy. He said his brother last visited Jordan two years ago.

    "He used to tell us life was good in New Zealand and its people are good and welcoming. He enjoyed freedom there and never complained about anything," Muath told The Associated Press.
    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/a...ectid=12213610
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    Jazeker ik geloof dat Jezus met de wil van de Vader in staat was bepaalde dingen te doen waarom?

  5. #695
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    Je bent al ontmaskert iswa ga nu snel naar de aivd om je rapport te geven trol .
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    Jazeker ik geloof dat Jezus met de wil van de Vader in staat was bepaalde dingen te doen waarom?

  6. #696
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    sir tgra a would l kehba. Je hypocriete vader achter de nick wildebetram werkt bij de AIVD en bespioneert zijn eigen mensen en jouw moer werkt achter achter de nick doublepain. Jij bent ontmaskert.
    Ok zeg dat maar tegen de aivd agent die je straks gaat betalen .
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    Jazeker ik geloof dat Jezus met de wil van de Vader in staat was bepaalde dingen te doen waarom?

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    Verschrikkelijk gewoon. Die oude man verwelkomde hem en zei: welkom broeder.

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    Jazeker ik geloof dat Jezus met de wil van de Vader in staat was bepaalde dingen te doen waarom?

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    Jazeker ik geloof dat Jezus met de wil van de Vader in staat was bepaalde dingen te doen waarom?