Of course not. But those who somehow get involved with the ‘religion of peace’ are more likely than others to follow the command of the meshugga prophet of Islam who said “terror made me victorious” and “strike terror in the hearts of the infidels”.
A former gang member who’s recently converted to Islam has had his passport cancelled because he is deemed to be a security risk by the Government.
Wiremu Curtis, who now goes by the name Haroon, toldÂ TVNZ’s Sunday programmeÂ that he doesn’t know why he’s seen as a risk.Â The young New Zealander recently undertook a radical transformation – he went from patched gang member to devout Muslim.Â “I’ve left violent gang life for a life of peace”.
In May this year when he tried to travel to the Middle East, he says to get an education, he was stopped at the airport.Â “They brought in some SIS agent and they just started interrogating me. They said, we’re taking your passport away from you, you will not be flying today.”
Mr Curtis has had his passport cancelled on the grounds that he is a danger to the security of New Zealand. The Sunday programme has discovered he is part of a small group of Muslims being infiltrated by the Security Intelligence Service.
Mr Curtis follows controversial Imam Sheikh Abdulla HamamÂ who leads prayers in a West Auckland garage after being trespassed from the Avondale Islamic Centre. He says the Sheikh has been a great inspiration. . .Â But, he denies he’s been radicalised by jihadists propaganda.