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RE: Terror in Neuseeland - andeli - 05.04.2019

NEW ZEALAND CHRISTCHURCH TERROR ATTACKS 18 Mar 2019
Christchurch mosque terror attacks: The victims
9:16 pm on 18 March 2019 
Here is a list of those confirmed to have lost their lives in the terror attacks at Christchurch mosques.

Christchurch Botanic Gardens wall with hundreds of flowers laid in memory of those lost in the mosques shootingPhoto: RNZ / SIMON ROGERS
Junaid Ismail has been decribed as the better twin by his brother Zahid, who did not want to say anything else.
Kamel Darwish, 38, who is survived by his wife and three children moved to New Zealand six months to build a better life.
Ata Elayyan, 33, had recently become a father and was chief executive and co-founder of LWA Solutions, a tech firm in Christchurch. Last year he was named in a list of the top 100 technology leaders in New Zealand. Born in Kuwait, he was also goalkeeper for the New Zealand and Canterbury futsal teams.
Ramiz Vora and his father Arif Vora were at the Al-Noor mosque on Deans Avenue on Friday afternoon when the attack unfolded. Ramiz's wife had given birth to a girl less than a fortnight before.
Mojammel Hoq, 30, who moved from Bangladesh a few years ago and was studying in Christchurch.
Khaled Mustafa, and his eldest son Hamza who were Syrian refugees. Another of Mr Mustafa's sons had a six-hour operation at Christchurch hospital and was recovering in a stable condition.
Syeed Areeb Ahmed, 26, an employee at Pricewaterhouse Coopers.
Lilik Abdul Hamid, 58 an aircraft maintenance engineer for Air New Zealand.
Haji Daoud Nabi, 71. His son Yama Nabi confirmed to RNZ that he had been killed at Deans Ave. He had moved to New Zealand from Afghanistan in 1977 and was reportedly head of the Afghan Association in Christchurch.
Sayyad Milne, 14 was a student at Cashmere High School in Year 10, he had a twin sister. His father John Milne said he loved football and called him "a brave little soldier".
Linda Armstrong, 65. Her nephew Kyron Goose has posted on Facebook said Mrs Armstrong was a grandmother with a huge heart. She often helped at refugee centres.
Dr Haroon Mahmood, 40. A former tutor at Lincoln University and assistant professor at Canterbury College - a private school for international students. Dr Mahood is survived by his wife and two children who are 11 and 13 years old.
Ashraf Ali Razat, Imam Hafiz Musa Patel and the third, also named Ashraf Ali are three Fijian men killed in the attack according to Fijian media. Mr Ali, 58, was on holiday in Christchurch when the attacks took place, according to the Fiji Times. Mr Patel was the chief priest at Lautoka Jame Masjid for about 25 years before moving to Australia last month. Mr Ali, 62, had been living in Christchurch for 20 years.
Mathullah Afi. Confirmed dead by his cousin, Adam Miyalkhel, who described him as a "very nice man."
Husna Ahmed, 44. Confirmed dead by the Federation of Islamic Associations of New Zealand.
Hussein Al-Umari, 35. Confirmed dead by the Federation of Islamic Associations of New Zealand.
Mucad Ibrahim, 3. The youngest victim of the attack. Confirmed dead by the Federation of Islamic Associations of New Zealand.
Mohammed Imran Khan, 46. Confirmed dead by the Federation of Islamic Associations of New Zealand.
Muhammad Haziq Mohd-Tarmizi, 18. Confirmed dead by New Zealand Police.
Tariq Omar, 24. Confirmed dead by the Federation of Islamic Associations of New Zealand.
Mathullah Safi, 55. Confirmed dead by the Federation of Islamic Associations of New Zealand.
Farhaj Ashan, 30. Confirmed dead by the Federation of Islamic Associations of New Zealand.
Abdelfattah Qasem, 60. Confirmed dead by the Federation of Islamic Associations of New Zealand.
Ansi Alibava, 25. Confirmed dead by the Federation of Islamic Associations of New Zealand.
Ozair Kadir, 24. Confirmed dead by the Federation of Islamic Associations of New Zealand.
Ashraf al-Masri. Confirmed dead by the Federation of Islamic Associations of New Zealand.
Maheboob Allarakha Khokhar, 65. Confirmed dead by the Federation of Islamic Associations of New Zealand.
Ashraf El-Moursy Ragheb, 55. Confirmed dead by New Zealand Police.
Abdullahi Dirie, 4. Confirmed dead by the Federation of Islamic Associations of New Zealand.
Hussein Moustafa, 70. Confirmed dead by the Federation of Islamic Associations of New Zealand.
Amjad Hamid, 57. Confirmed dead by the Federation of Islamic Associations of New Zealand.
Mounir Soliman, 68. Confirmed dead by the Federation of Islamic Associations of New Zealand.
Abdukadir Elmi, 70. Confirmed dead by the Federation of Islamic Associations of New Zealand.
Mohsin Al Harbi, 63. Confirmed dead by the Federation of Islamic Associations of New Zealand.
Osama Adnan Youssef Kwaik, 37. Confirmed dead by the Federation of Islamic Associations of New Zealand.
Mohammed Omar Faruk, 36. Confirmed dead by the Federation of Islamic Associations of New Zealand.
Mohamah Moosid Mohamedhosen, 55. Confirmed dead by New Zealand Police.
Muhammed Abdusi Samad, 66. Confirmed dead by the Federation of Islamic Associations of New Zealand.
Muse Nur Awale, 77. Confirmed dead by the Federation of Islamic Associations of New Zealand.
Ahmad Gamaluddin Abdel Ghani. Confirmed dead by the Federation of Islamic Associations of New Zealand.
Khaled Mwafak Alhaj-Mustafa, 45. Confirmed dead by New Zealand Police.
Zakaria Bhuiya, missing feared dead.
Mr Zeshan Raza,38, his father Mr Ghulam Hussain, 60s, and mother Ms Karam Bibi, 60's. All confirmed dead by the Federation of Islamic Associations of New Zealand.
Mr Suhail Shahid, 35. Announced by Pakistan Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Syed Jahandad Ali, 34. Announced by Pakistan Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Naeem Rashid, 40's, and his son Mr Talha Naeem, 21. Announced by Pakistan Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Mr Naeem, who was born in Pakistan, reportedly tried to wrest the gun from the attacker.
Ali Elmadani, 65.

Kompletter Link: Liste von RadioNZ


RE: Terror in Neuseeland - Rundumblick - 05.04.2019

Christchurch mosque shootings: Accused gunman donated $3650 to far-right French group Generation Identity

The man accused of the Christchurch mosque shootings sent money to a French far-right group and once bought a ticket to Bavaria's "fairytale castle," German police say.
The Federal Criminal Police Office confirmed that it briefed German lawmakers Wednesday on its investigation into ties the alleged Christchurch mosque attacker had to Germany.
The closed-door briefing included information German police had about money that the suspect transferred to the Generation Identity group in France. The far-right group which espouses a white nationalist ideology has spread to other European countries since its founding in 2012.
German federal police declined to elaborate, but a local news agency dpa reported that
the accused gunman transferred 2200 euros ($3650) in September 2017.
*The set up is happening to shut down the right*

> https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=12219616


RE: Terror in Neuseeland - Rundumblick - 05.04.2019

(05.04.2019, 05:52)Stafford schrieb: Christchurch mosque shootings: Accused gunman donated $3650 to far-right French group Generation Identity

The man accused of the Christchurch mosque shootings sent money to a French far-right group and once bought a ticket to Bavaria's "fairytale castle," German police say.
The Federal Criminal Police Office confirmed that it briefed German lawmakers Wednesday on its investigation into ties the alleged Christchurch mosque attacker had to Germany.
The closed-door briefing included information German police had about money that the suspect transferred to the Generation Identity group in France. The far-right group which espouses a white nationalist ideology has spread to other European countries since its founding in 2012.
German federal police declined to elaborate, but a local news agency dpa reported that
the accused gunman transferred 2200 euros ($3650) in September 2017.
*The set up is happening to shut down the right*

> https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=12219616

gerade in wichtigen EU-Ländern haben Identitäre Geldspenden vom Täter bekommen (Länder, in denen es bereits eine Mitte-Rechts-Regierung am Zuge ist wie A, welche , die auf der Kippe stehen wie FR und welche, in denen nachgeforscht wird wie D. Ist bald EU-Parlamentswahl, nicht?)


RE: Terror in Neuseeland - Rundumblick - 06.04.2019

Christchurch terror attack: Investigators explore links with Europe's anti-Muslim anger
European investigators are digging deeper into possible links between far-right ideologues and the suspected New Zealand mosque attacker, who sent at least two donations to an anti-Muslim group with branches around Europe.
The probes currently concentrate on any money trails leading back to the suspect, who was charged Friday in New Zealand with 50 counts of murder and 39 counts of attempted murder in the March 15 bloodshed at two mosques in Christchurch.
But it also reflects wider examinations into a new crop of far-right groups whose rise has paralleled the increasing use of anti-immigrant fears to buoy right-wing political parties in the West.
Among the groups most adept at stitching together the various strands of nativist anger and suspicion is the French-rooted Identitarian Movement, which promotes an alarmist message that Muslim migrants will one day overrun Western culture....

more > https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/christchurch-shooting/111852673/new-zealand-attack-investigators-explore-links-with-europes-antimuslim-anger


RE: Terror in Neuseeland - Rundumblick - 06.04.2019

Grieving Muslim families threatened to protest after Christchurch mosque shootings

In the days after the Christchurch mosque shootings, emotions almost boiled over into protest among the families of victims. Years of work by police with the Muslim community may well have helped prevent things from getting out of hand. Carmen Parahi reports.
At Christchurch Hospital, eight hours after a gunman's massacre in the city, there was a meeting in the café.
Police deputy commissioner Wally Haumaha was there. So was Imam Gamal Fouda, the Masjid Al Noor religious leader, who had just survived being shot at
(....)
It became the critical link between the Muslim community and government response to the Christchurch attack.
Dr Mustafa Farouk from the Federation of Islamic Associations of NZ (FIANZ) says their 12-year connection with the unit paid off.
"If we didn't have this relationship this [terror attack] could have been more difficult for us," Farouk says.
From the first few hours after the attack, the unit worked alongside FIANZ and the NZ Federation of Ethnic Councils (NZFEC). Together, they kept the peace in a highly volatile situation.
"This understanding in that unit of the cultural requirements of Muslims, both from a religious point of view and different cultures within the Muslim community itself, was very helpful in the way we were able to work together," says Farouk.
Four days after the attack the grieving families threatened to march in protest. But the leadership group was able to defuse the situation.
"They talked about if they didn't get the bodies back they would protest," says Haumaha. "We spoke to them, calmed the crowd down and gave them updated information."

HAUMAHA AND THE UNIT
Haumaha, a 35-year police veteran, became the National Māori Strategic Advisor in 2003, the same year the Māori, Pacific and Ethnic Services unit was set up. He's been involved in it ever since.
This was his first major police operation since being reinstated to active duty after an independent inquiry into his appointment as deputy commissioner and an Independent Police Conduct Authority (IPCA) investigation for bullying complaints in 2018. The IPCA report found two instances where Haumaha aggressively asserted his authority and belittled two women staffers, and distributed confidential information in an attempt to discredit a complainant. Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern described the behaviour outlined in the report as "clearly inappropriate" but Haumaha kept his job.
Did he feel any additional pressure on re-entering the public stage in such an acute setting?
"No not at all," Haumaha says. In his first interview since the employment investigations, he defended his work record and refused to apologise to any of the complainants.

In February 2005, the police launched its ethnic strategy, a set of policies to work with minority cultures in New Zealand, including Māori.
Two years later, a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed between the Federation of Ethnic Councils and police.
After the 2001 terror attack in New York, many Muslim communities in Western countries experienced a lot of tension with police. FIANZ signed the MoU because they did not want an antagonistic relationship with police, Farouk says.
"We learn more about how police operate, they learn more about our own beliefs and cultures," he says. "Along the way we develop best practice that came in handy when this [terror attack] happened."
There have been several frank discussions between police and the Muslim community over the years, Farouk says, but the relationship has given them confidence.
"After 9/11 we didn't feel there was someone breathing over our necks or we were not wanted. We didn't feel like we don't belong."
Farouk says they don't feel the same about the Security Intelligence Service (SIS).

CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION
By early Sunday morning, less than 48 hours after the shootings, the Chief Coroner Judge Deborah Marshall was able to release a preliminary list of the deceased.
"We'd had about six to eight hours sleep in 48 hours," says Haumaha.
"Everybody was highly focused on delivering information to appease some of the frustrations, anger and grief."
The size and significance of the criminal investigation has never been seen before in this country, says Haumaha.
"They had to be absolutely meticulous securing evidence in the crime scenes."

There was a lot of tension between meeting statutory and investigative obligations and Islamic funeral rites.
"It's unheard of getting the bodies out in that short a time particularly in a massacre of that proportion," says Haumaha.
Within a week of the mosque shootings, all 50 bodies had been processed. Two weeks later, after originally being charged with just one murder to hold him in prison, the alleged gunman was charged with 50 counts of murder and another 39 of attempted murder.
"I have nothing but praise for those people," says Haumaha.
"This is not the time to be talking about medals but [there should be] something symbolic to acknowledge how fantastic they were."
Marshall says everyone worked long hours to ensure there were no delays or mistakes.
"It was absolutely paramount to ensure the right bodies were returned to the correct families, and we followed international best practice to do so. I am very proud of my team," Marshall says.
There were five steps for identification. It took three days to examine each body and scene before being sent to the mortuary. Every victim was then examined by a pathologist, forensic dentist, a fingerprint officer and DVI (disaster victim identification) team. Information about each victim and their personal effects was matched with antemortem details gathered from other sources.
"Given the amount of grief surrounding the incident, and knowing that families were desperate to receive their loved ones' bodies – cultural and religious aspects were always at the forefront of our efforts," Marshall says.
She fronted the Muslim community alongside Haumaha to explain the process and answer any questions.
"It was important for us to ensure we honoured these cultural and religious sensitivities as much as possible, as we do in every death referred to us," she says.

mehr > https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/christchurch-shooting/111741736/grieving-muslim-families-threatened-to-protest-after-christchurch-mosque-shootings


RE: Terror in Neuseeland - Steuerzahler - 07.04.2019

Opferliste: Die BBC liefert gleich mit Bilder und Filter


RE: Terror in Neuseeland - Rundumblick - 09.04.2019

Anzac Day commemorations cancelled for West Auckland RSAs following Christchurch attacks
> https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=12220494

There will be no Anzac Day commemorations at most West Auckland-based Returned Services Associations locations this year.
Helensville RSA president Les Coste said local events had been scrapped following fears over counter-actions to the Christchurch terrorist attacks.
"It is with regret that we have had to cancel the Helensville Anzac Day events for this year only," Coste said in a post to Facebook.
"All West Auckland RSAs have also cancelled their local events ... Due to government policy only selected sites are suitable.
"We are all disappointed that the event cannot go ahead this year and thank you to everyone for their understanding."
Council buses will be operating from Helensville to Glen Eden for an Anzac Day service, however, the exact details are yet to be confirmed.
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There will be no Anzac Day commemorations at most West Auckland-based Returned Services Associations locations this year.

Helensville RSA president Les Coste said local events had been scrapped following fears over counter-actions to the Christchurch terrorist attacks.
"It is with regret that we have had to cancel the Helensville Anzac Day events for this year only," Coste said in a post to Facebook.
"All West Auckland RSAs have also cancelled their local events ... Due to government policy only selected sites are suitable.
*The FEARMONGERING has set in! People are now scared to even talk about the shooting or having even watched the video in case they get in trouble. It's quite scary to be honest*

Der ANZAC Day (ANZAC: Akronym für Australian and New Zealand Army Corps) am 25. April ist ein nationaler Gedenktag in Australien, Neuseeland und Tonga. Der 25. April 1915 ist der Jahrestag der ersten Militäraktion von australischen und neuseeländischen Truppen sowie Soldaten aus Tonga im Ersten Weltkrieg – der Landung auf Gallipoli. Die Schlacht von Gallipoli führte zu erheblichen Verlusten unter den australischen, neuseeländischen und tongaischen Soldaten, die in einer Streitmacht geführt wurden.


RE: Terror in Neuseeland - Rundumblick - 09.04.2019

6.4.

Christchurch mosque shootings: When the call came: Inside Jacinda Ardern's first 72 hours after attacks

The unprecedented terror attack in Christchurch created a situation no New Zealand government has ever had to face. Senior writer Claire Trevett reveals how the political response unfolded.
DAY ONE: FRIDAY MARCH 15
Jacinda Ardern was on her way to the site of a new school in New Plymouth when the shooting began.
It was sunny and bright in Taranaki. The Prime Minister's day had begun with a surprise visit to students taking part in the climate change protest. She then went to a function to launch a plan to move Taranaki from oil and gas industries on to cleaner energy.
After speaking to media and posing for selfies with onlookers, Ardern got in a van with staff and Justice Minister Andrew Little to head to the site of the planned "green" school.
It was 1.40pm. The shooting had just begun.
Eight minutes earlier, and unbeknown to the Prime Minister, her office – and that of others, including National leader Simon Bridges and some media - had received a manifesto from the gunman. Seven minutes earlier, the gunman had started livestreaming his attack on Facebook.
The call came about 10 minutes after the shooting began. It was Ardern's chief press secretary Andrew Campbell calling Kelly Spring, the press secretary travelling with the Prime Minister that day.
Spring handed her phone over and Campbell delivered the news – agencies had alerted the Prime Minister's Office to a shooting under way at a mosque in Christchurch.
At least three had been killed. Police would have just arrived.....

weiter > https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=12219516


RE: Terror in Neuseeland - Rundumblick - 10.04.2019

o.t.:

Konstantin v. Notz‏Verifizierter Account @KonstantinNotz 8. Apr.
In Blumentöpfen vergrabene Handys. In #Österreich weiß man offenbar wieviele mit der #Identitären Bewegung vernetzte Personen in Sicherheitsbehörden und der Armee unterwegs sind. Wie ist das eigentlich in Deutschland? #AfD #FPÖ #Christchurch

Konstantin v. Notz‏Verifizierter Account @KonstantinNotz 8. Apr.
Die @washingtonpost berichtet über etwas, was in der deutschen Berichterstattung bisher kaum eine Rolle spielt: Die möglichen Verbindungen des Attentäters von #Christchurch mit #Identitären aus #Deutschland #Österreich und #Frankreich #AfD #FPÖ

BVT soll Liste mit 500 Identitären besitzen – die drohen der FPÖ
Ermittlungsbehörden haben eine Übersicht aus dem Jahr 2015, sie attestieren Identitären-Chef Sellner nur "inszenierte" Kooperationsbereitschaft
Das Bundesamt für Verfassungsschutz und Terrorismusbekämpfung (BVT) soll über eine Liste mit 500 Namen von Identitären verfügen. Das bestätigen mit den Ermittlungen vertraute Personen dem STANDARD. Die "Mitgliederliste" soll aus dem Jahr 2015 stammen. Unklar ist, wie die genannten Personen auf ihr landen, verfügen die Identitären doch über keine so große Zahl von formellen "Mitgliedern". Das BVT bestätigte die Existenz der Liste auf Anfrage des STANDARD nicht, wies aber darauf hin, dass die Identitären eine "Bewegung, kein Verein" seien. Insider vermuten, dass die Informationen durch Demo- und Social-Media-Beobachtung gesammelt wurden.
Durch die Liste ist klar, warum die Behörden exakt über die Anzahl an Identitären im Heer Bescheid wussten. So sollen 56 Milizsoldaten mit den Identitären vernetzt sein. Zu den Verbindungen von Behörden mit der rechtsextremen Bewegung gibt es nun parlamentarische Anfragen.
Angeblich Zweithandy versteckt
Momentan wird gegen Identitären-Chef Martin Sellner ermittelt, der Anfang 2018 eine Spende des mutmaßlichen Attentäters von Christchurch erhalten hatte. Sellner gab an, dass er diese Spende selbst melden wollte, jedoch wegen einer Erkrankung nicht rechtzeitig dazu kam. Aus Ermittlerkreisen drang durch, dass die Kooperationsbereitschaft von Sellner für Inszenierung gehalten werde.
So soll bei der Hausdurchsuchung ein in einem Blumentopf vergrabenes Handy gefunden worden sein. Sellner reagierte auf eine Anfrage des STANDARD dazu nicht.
"Wir könnten auch mitspielen"
Auf Twitter zeigten sich der Identitären-Chef und andere Führungskader über die Distanzierungsversuche der FPÖ empört. Die Spitze der Freiheitlichen spiele "das Spiel der Linken mit und diffamiert die Identitäre Bewegung", schreibt deren Österreich-Chef Sellner.
Seine Bewegung könne "auch mitspielen" und "unsererseits leaken, diffamieren und Versprechen brechen", wodurch die "Koalition wanken würde". Das tue man aber nicht, da man sich "noch in den Spiegel schauen können" will, so Sellner abschließend. Das kann durchaus als implizite Drohung an die FPÖ begriffen werden.
Am Wochenende war es zu einem regelrechten Schlagabtausch zwischen Identitären und der FPÖ gekommen. So nannte eine Identitären-Führungsperson FPÖ-Chef Heinz-Christian Strache den "verfaulenden Rest dessen, was einmal die Hoffnung aller österreichischen Patrioten war". Später entschuldigte er sich für diese Wortwahl.

> https://mobil.derstandard.at/2000101039509/BVT-soll-Liste-mit-500-Identitaeren-besitzen-die-drohen-der

(Durch die Überweisung/Spende an Sellner, hat man in Österreich ein richtiges Fass aufmachen können. Notz fragt sich, ob das auch in Frankreich und Deutschland zu machen wäre. )

siehe auch:

[Junge Welt]
Österreich: Rechte Netzwerke
In Österreich hat die »Identitäre Bewegung« Verbindungen bis in höchste Regierungskreise. Österreichs Regierungskoalition von rechtskonservativer ÖVP und ultrarechter FPÖ ist harscher Kritik ausgesetzt. Der Grund sind allerdings nicht die sozial- und arbeitspolitischen Verschlechterungen, zu denen nebst den meisten Medien auch die parlamentarische Opposition weitgehend geschwiegen hatte. Es geht um die intensiven Kontakte zwischen der FPÖ und der neofaschistischen »Identitären Bewegung«.

Die IB ist einfach nur unbequem....
... das ist alles.
Sie wurde ja gerade in einem grossen Gerichtsverfahren fuer legal erklaert.
Seit dem ist die Kacke am dampfen.
Man will sie unbedingt loswerden, weil sie die Wahrheit sagen und Patrioten sind.
Leider gewaltfrei. Mir ist kein Gewaltakt bekannt, die die IB begangen haette.
Und komm mir jetzt keiner mit der Strassenkreideaktion.
Jetzt entdeckt man, dass der durchgeknallte Moerder aus NZ denen Geld gespendet hat.
Merkwuerdige Sache. Der Verdacht, die IB dadurch in ein anderes Licht zu ruecken, liegt ja schon nahe.
Und trotzdem man keinerlei Verbindungen zwischen der IB und dem Killer nachweisen konnte (ausser der Geldspende), soll die IB jetzt vernichtet werden. Sehr durchsichtig, das ganze.
 
hm!

Bin ich ein Werkzeug des Deep State?






RE: Terror in Neuseeland - Rundumblick - 13.04.2019

Noch etwas zum Manifest:

(15.03.2019, 18:54)Stafford schrieb: Sogar Candace Owens, die neue populäre schwarze Ann Coulter, und eines von Trumps besten Assets, wurde von den Attentätern nicht vergessen. Wurde ausdrücklich gewürdigt. Kaum jemand kennt Candace ausserhalb Amerikas. Na logisch ist sie das heimliche Vorbild von Weissen übergeschnappten Rassisten in New Zealand. Na aber gaaaaaaaaaanz sicher.

hier ist die angesprochene:

09.04.2019

WATCH: Candace Owens Opening Statement At U.S. House Hearing





Candace Owens Silenced Congress





(und sie wurde durch Nennung ihres Namens im Manifest angegriffen)