Jacinda Ardern Prime Minister of New Zealand Emerged as real leader after Nazi Terrorist Attack on Mosques


By Dr Shahid Qureshi: –

Jacinda Ardern The Prime Minister of New Zealand has emerged as real leader in her handling of the Nazi – Zio lead terrorist attacks on the Muslim community mosques. The prime minister mourned at a vigil in a full hijab and promised that the nation would not only just cover the costs of all 51 funerals, but state would look after the families and their expenses for as long as it takes. She announced that state would ban assault rifles and change the gun laws.

Earlier today a high-level Turkish delegation of Vice President and Foreign minister arrived in New Zealand to show solidarity with the New Zealand Muslim community. New Zealand has been supporter of Palestinians all along. It has thorny relationship with Israel over the issue of obtaining of New Zealand Passport by Israelis.

“There is absolutely no chance a newspaper would splash a childhood photo of an Islamist terrorist who murdered 49 Christians in a church as an ‘angelic boy'”. – British columnist Owen Jones

The daily Telegraph reported on 16th February 2010: “Mossad hit squads were known to have used forged foreign passports. Canada and New Zealand have both had disputes with Israel in recent years over suspected Mossad agents trying to use forged passports on operations.

Israeli plot to get New Zealand passports: Israeli Friendly Fires

The Guardian reported on 28 December 2016 that: “Benjamin Netanyahu reportedly told New Zealand’s foreign minister that support for a UN resolution condemning Israeli settlement-building in the occupied territories would be viewed as a “declaration of war”.

According to reports in Israeli media, the Israeli PM called Murray McCully, the foreign minister of New Zealand, before Friday’s resolution, which was co-sponsored by Wellington. Netanyahu told him: “This is a scandalous decision. I’m asking that you not support it and not promote it.

“If you continue to promote this resolution, from our point of view it will be a declaration of war. It will rupture the relations and there will be consequences. We’ll recall our ambassador [from New Zealand] to Jerusalem.”

McCully, however, refused to back down, telling Netanyahu: “This resolution conforms to our policy and we will move it forward.”

A western diplomat confirmed that the call took place and described the conversation as “harsh”.


The international community must come forward and take solid action against Islamophobia and anti-Semitism, as well as racism.