Radio NZ: Auckland Muslim man furious about SIS surveillance: ‘They’ve dropped the ball’

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A Muslim Aucklander says he was contacted by the Security Intelligence Services (SIS) two months before the 2011 Rugby World Cup, and asked if he knew of any security risks, or had any concerns.

This after RNZ revealed research by the Human Rights Foundation that shows the SIS used informal chats and offers of money to young men, who then felt pressure to spy on their mosques.

The man, who has asked not to be named, was an active member of his community at the time.

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