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A Muslim fightman dedicates bout women's title to Australia to Christchurch victims



The Australian boxer Bianca Elmir said she was shouting for several days after Christchurch's terrorist attacks.

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The Australian boxer Bianca Elmir said she was shouting for several days after Christchurch's terrorist attacks.

Bianca Elmir will not forget the days she spent at home with tears flowing down her face.

So when the Muslim box sits inside the square circle on Friday night, the bout will mean a lot more than a chance to claim the Australian feather crown.

Elmir (2-0) defeats Australia's rivalry against Reanne Ware (a professional start) to Christchurch's rebellious attacks when entering the ring at Hellenic Club of Canberra.

The older people who forget is badly won't forget the terrible attacks after 50 lives during a prayer on Friday, as those of the New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said, "one of the days New Zealand 's darkest alternative. "

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Elmir was comforted in the voice of his cousin, who offered the view that few people thought: how dreadful the events were, to be able to get a sense of humor as they were "at a worship place" on the right day t to Muslims, on Friday, they were claiming to God.

But with the attack the eyes of Elmir came true.

"Unfortunately it is not a great surprise. It was amazing to see the trials of violence, but it was not surprising that the Muslims of modern times were dead. said a little, "Elmir said."

“I know that is so difficult, but there has been so much grammar hate, encouraging words and grain actions, and people are giving more power to these heels to think of Islam.

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"These are stronger and stronger tones. It was really terrible, I was crying for a day or two because of the lack of envy. My mother was very tight. T

"I sat with friends and shouted for a couple of days. I was chatting with you. I was talking to my cousin and she is in deeper in the Muslim community in Sydney. T

“For me, I am following something that I enjoy so much and I am so passionate about it, that means more than I can do with something important that recognizes the death of innocent people. this.

"I have a lot more significance in this fight, there's so much more for me just to recognize something so dreadful that people die in an innocent way. It is really important. T that I can use my profile or use the opportunity to get fighting and get a belt, trying to find something really important. "

Elmir has been without blame in her preparations for the Australian competition in what would have been an inspiration to the Muslim community.

She has been inspired by the title keeper of the title Bare Knuckle Fighting, Bec Rawlings and a magnitude box box for April Adams to modify the fighting her life may have.

"It's about opening doors to something a little more to me, and that's what I'm driving on," said Elmir.

"It makes me go up for a regional zone. I'm looking forward, it's the Australian title, and then regional title, and I'm going to be on a way; global title attack.


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