"Hello Brother": Words That Countered A Gunman's Hate In New Zealand
Thursday, March 21, 2019, 7:57 PM
"Hello brother." The warm-hearted words an elderly Muslim reportedly used to greet a white supremacist gunman have become Christchurch's answer to his volley of hate. Mohemmed Daoud Nabi, 71-year-old from war-torn Afghanistan, was buried on Thursday. But his supposed final words echo across this broken New Zealand city. The gunman's footage showed Nabi offering a welcome at the doors of the Al Noor mosque.
"Believed He's Muslim": US Man Threw Coffee, Punched Sikh Clerk, Arrested
Monday, February 18, 2019, 7:31 AM
A man was arrested on charges of hate crime in state of California, US after he punched a Sikh-clerk and threw hot-coffee on him as he believed the victim was a Muslim, according to a media-report. The Sikh clerk told officers that John Crain had prepared himself a cup of coffee and attempted to leave without paying, according to Marysville Police Department press release.