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    New Zealand attack

    Guys is anyone suspicious of this mosque attack? It does not seem real. No blood, footage seemed to not be live but pre-recorded. Police arrived but the attacked drove a few miles to mosque 2, makes no sense. Recording seems to show same mosque twice not a different one. So many more things to point out. I am having serious doubts about it now. Anyone else having similar thoughts?
  2. http://www.newshub.co.nz/nznews/kiwis-learn-about-sikh-religion-at-turban-day-2016052818 Hundreds of people in Auckland took the opportunity today to find out what it's like to wear a turban. The event was arranged to help people understand more about the Sikh religion. New Zealand is home to 20,000 thousand Sikhs. The turban is one of five articles of their faith, and is considered to be the crown of spirituality. But anyone, regardless of faith or sex can wear one. Ryan Ashton has always wanted to try a turban -- a turban to match his beloved rugby team's kit. "I always joked I'd
  3. http://www.radionz.co.nz/news/national/290161/nz-student-mistaken-for-terrorist *facepalm*
  4. Aucklander who removed turban to help wounded boy praised worldwide. Crash hero praised worldwide Harman Singh had no hesitation breaking religious protocol to use his turban to tend a seriously injured child. Photo / Michael Craig Harman Singh woke up yesterday to hundreds of messages from around the world praising his humanity. A picture of the 22-year-old Sikh breaking religious protocol by removing his turban to cradle a boy hit by a car has turned him into an instant hero. Singh revealed yesterday he shouldn't have even been at the scene. He told the Herald on Sunday that he was onl
  5. Mum's praise for Sikh hero Boy's mother says prompt action with turban saved her son’s life Harman Singh has been praised for helping Daejon Pahia, above, at the scene of the boy's accident. The mother of a 6-year-old boy hit by a car as he walked to school believes he owes his life to the actions of a Sikh man who removed his turban to stem the bleeding. Daejon Pahia was struck by a four-wheel drive as he crossed Manuroa Rd just before 9am on Friday, suffering a serious head wound. Nearby resident Harman Singh, 22, heard the crash and rushed to the scene where he found the boy bleeding e
  6. http://tvnz.co.nz/national-news/student-feared-his-life-after-online-attack-video-6278015 A student who received death threats and was labelled a terrorist simply for wearing a turban was shocked when police said they couldn't protect him. Rajwinder Singh feared for his life after his photograph was posted online, without his knowledge, alongside false criminal accusations. A vicious backlash followed as the photo was shared around, including threats of violence and publicly listing his workplace. "Put a bat through his turban and smash his legs to a pulp," one person said o
  7. O MOIR Prime Minister John Key believes the International Cricket Council has it wrong in barring Sikh fans from wearing kirpans at World Cup matches. Mr Key has also signalled that the Government could change current Civil Aviation Authority rules to allow kirpans to be taken on flights. Seven Sikh cricket fans were barred from entering Eden Park to watch India play Zimbabwe in a Cricket World Cup match on Saturday because they were wearing kirpans. The kirpan is a ceremonial sword carried by Sikhs for religious purposes, but is considered by the ICC to be a weapon. Mr Key said this after
  8. May 9, 2013 by PTI Source: timesofindia.indiatimes.com May 6, 2013: New Delhi - New Zealand women's team member of Indian origin, Armindeep Singh on Monday said that she was happy to be a part of the Kiwi side in the ongoing Commonwealth Table Tennis Championships. "Yes I am the first paddler of Indian origin who has made it to the New Zealand side," Armindeep told PTI when asked if any other player of Indian origin has represented the Island nation. Though she has visited India before, it was the 24-year-old's first professional assignment here. Armindeep's mother was born in a
  9. Darshan Karo ji, Guru Gobind Singh Sri Sahib in Dunedin - New Zealand Museum File number F46.34 which was donated by Victoria and Albert Museum to New Zealand. This is really proud to discover this in New Zealand. We had meeting with museum management. Full story will be written by Harjinder Singh Basiala. Daljit Singh — at Otago Museum. Daljit Singh New Zealand
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