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 image by ABIM SABAH (@abimsabah) with caption : "Solidariti Wanita Malaysia! 
Jumaat, 22 Mac 2019

Sahabat-sahabat,
Tidak kira siapa pun kita, agama dan budaya kita berb" - 2004507469681851760
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Solidariti Wanita Malaysia! Jumaat, 22 Mac 2019 Sahabat-sahabat, Tidak kira siapa pun kita, agama dan budaya kita berbeda namun solidariti kita bersama wanita di New Zealand dan seluruh wanita di dunia, marilah bersama-sama berselendang biru. Tunjukkan kepada dunia kita tidak merelakan keganasan dan ektremisme. Kenapa biru? Biru simbol kepada perpaduan. Mari zahirkan tanda cinta kita pada perpaduan. Dear friends, No matter who we are, our religion and culture are differ, let's wear blue scarf to show our solidarity with the women in New Zealand and all women in the world. Show the world we do not condone terrorism and extremism. Why blue? It's a symbol of unity. Let's show our love to unity. #TheyAreUs

the dunedin vigil for the victims of the christchurch mosque terror attacks. incredibly moving to see thousands of people gathering to show much needed support to our nz muslim community. we will never let hate win #theyareus

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We thought about our 2018 trip to New Zealand, all of the wonderful people we met and places we explored, after the recent terrorist attack in Christchurch. Our hearts go out to all of the beautiful people of New Zealand. ❤💙🇳🇿 ▶️ Swipe for more ▶️ 🎥 of little blue/fairy penguins at the end 🐧🐧🐧 • #theyareus 🏳️‍🌈👬👨‍❤️‍👨🌈

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 image by New Zealand Embassy Turkey (@nzinturkey) with caption : "On Friday 22 March at 1:32pm (NZ time), New Zealand will hold two minutes' silence to remember the victims in Christchur" - 2004493252243022850
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On Friday 22 March at 1:32pm (NZ time), New Zealand will hold two minutes' silence to remember the victims in Christchurch. Friday's service will start with the call to prayer (Ezaan), which will be broadcast nationally across all major free-to-air TV and radio stations. Please join with all New Zealand to honour them! #theyareus @jacindaardern 🇳🇿🇹🇷 Yeni Zelanda, 22 Mart Cuma günü Yeni Zelanda saati ile öglen 13:32’ de Christchurch'teki kurbanları hatırlamak için iki dakikalık saygı duruşunda bulunacak. Tüm büyük ücretsiz TV ve radyo istasyonlarında ulusal olarak yayınlanacak olan Cuma günkü tören Ezan ile başlayacak. Lütfen onları onurlandırmak için tüm Yeni Zelanda'ya katılın. 🇳🇿🇹🇷

 image by Jess (@just_jesse_lee) with caption : "I am going to show my love and support for the local Muslim community. 
You are just one person but can stand in the div" - 2004491407452369131
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I am going to show my love and support for the local Muslim community. You are just one person but can stand in the divide. I don’t want to live in a city.. or country where anybody feels that because of their race, the way they dress or where and how they worship they are a target #theyareus

 image by Jewels (@barbelldancer) with caption : "On Friday, as the news that something awful had happened in Christchurch unfolded, my first reaction was disbelief. That" - 2004487339348210480
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On Friday, as the news that something awful had happened in Christchurch unfolded, my first reaction was disbelief. That doesn't happen in New Zealand, I told myself. New Zealand is safe. New Zealand is peaceful. We don't have things like that in New Zealand! Then, as the coverage updated, as the stories came flooding in, as the true scope of the tragedy unfolded, I found myself seething with rage. Rage at the shooter. Rage at Australian politicians for blaming the victims of this atrocity. Rage at the far-right for encouraging this. Rage at all the establishments that failed to detect it before it happened. And so I seethed, devouring the news coverage and boiling with hate. Then the rage began to subside, the hate boiled away, and I suddenly found myself feeling something else entirely: a kind of all consuming, all encompassing grief that are at my insides like a parasite. Yet when I reached out, when I asked for help, when I tried to explain, all I was met with was 'But none of your family were hurt. It's awful and all, but just get over it, Jewels.' It's true, no one I love was hurt, but why does that make my feelings less valid? Why should that mean my grief isn't real? My country has been desecrated! Friday afternoon saw a crack appear in my world, a gap I can't seem to bridge. Please don't tell me to 'get over it' because I didn't lose a loved one. Please don't treat me like an attention seeker if I try to tell you how I'm feeling. New Zealand is grieving, and I find myself grieving with her. It is real, it is valid and it is painful. All I ask is that you accept it. #theyareus

Such a beautiful and emotional day. For the support, the love, the respect, and for being one with us. Thank you, Aotearoa. P/s: 2nd picture: credit goes to Otago Daily Times. 3rd picture: the representatives from all religions gathered in one line and gave their prayers to Muslim community 4th video: NZ's national anthem "God defend New Zealand" The last video: Maghrib azan prayer recited by Malaysian guy in public #theyareus

 image by Jess (@just_jesse_lee) with caption : "When looking at some of the past local media reports on appeal documents in opposition to the mosque I am embarrassed an" - 2004479096784361571
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When looking at some of the past local media reports on appeal documents in opposition to the mosque I am embarrassed and ashamed. Arguments that having a mosque will bring negative social effects to Bendigo. The Charter of Human rights protect the freedom of and act of practicing a religion. Also it protects Freedom of speech. At times I think that hateful speech should be censored but charging people with with offending others ie- Muslim’s does not protect them but rather creates anti- Islamist sentiment in parts of the community. Defending free speech to me doesn’t mean standing up for opinions that promote intolerance .. but more speaking out against views you don’t agree with. Dont ignore them, or shut them down. The best way to fight xenophobic or racist expression is with more speech and expression. Censoring speech creates extremists. Have the conversations. #theyareus