NZ Muslims extend hand to PM

The Federation of Islamic Associations says it still wants to meet Prime Minister John Key so it can help efforts to combat Islamic State (IS)

It comes after Mr Key yesterday said the number of people on a Government watchlist of potential threats had grown. He said 30-40 people were on the list because of their involvement with or support for IS and a similar amount required further investigation.

Mr Key said he was happy to meet Muslim leaders but the Government would not change the decisions it had already made about its response to IS.  Continue reading

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