Racist attack on Muslim women in New Zealand
A group of Muslim women returning from their travels in New Zealand were subjected to verbal and actual assaults by another woman.
Verbal and de facto attacks against Muslims continue in different Christian countries, especially in Europe. The last example of this happened in New Zealand.
A group of Muslim women returning from their travels in New Zealand's Huntly township have been subjected to verbal and actual attacks by a young woman named Megan Walton, who is 27-years-old.
Mehrapara Khan, a woman who has been subjected to racist attack, said from her social media account: "Who said Islamophobia doesn't exist. This just happened in Huntley. I'm shaking," which has been responded to by thousands of social media users.
In the images of scene shared by Khan, aggressive woman Walton is throwing beer bottle on women with insults.
"You have no right to be here, I was born here, this country belongs to me." Walton shouted, asking the women to get on their cars and get away from where they are.
Following the complaints of the women, Walton being detained due to accused them of insulting and physical assault.
Receiving thousands of support messages from social media, Mehpara Khan wrote that they have asked by police to tell her that they forgive her. (ILKHA)