Woman tells Muslim group 'you don't have the right to f

Mandy DayFeb 15 , 2017

A woman is facing charges today in relation to an attack on a group of Muslim New Zealanders.

Ms Khan said that she's been contacted by others who have experienced abuse due to their race or religion who had never thought to film the incident.

That is when she chose to record the attack she posted on Twitter.

To which, the woman replies: "I don't care if you were born here, you don't have the right to be here". Your f****** fathers weren't.

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Waikato West Area Commander, Inspector Naila Hassan says, "After being provided with video evidence, staff have acted quickly to make an arrest".

The group filed a police complaint of the incident that left them "shaking" when they arrived Manukau, Auckland, stuff.co.nz reports.

The group of friends stopped for a break in Huntly when a woman verbally abused the group, calling them "f**king Muslim bitches", throwing a can of beer at them and allegedly attempting to punch two members of the group.

She said the accused "has the opportunity now to access the help she needs" and it's started a conversation about Islamophobia in New Zealand.

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"Once she threw in the line of Muslim b-words, that's when we realised she was yelling at us".

The 28-year-old said she had received an outpouring of support on social media, but added it was not the first time she had been the victim of racial abuse. "We've forgiven her. We just want her to be able to get the support that she needs", Ms Khan said.

27-year-old Auckland woman Megan Sarah Louise Walton appeared in Hamilton District Court this afternoon, charged with two counts of assault and one count of behaving in an insulting manner that was likely to cause violence.

She was granted bail and will reappear in court tomorrow.

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