White supremacist charged with murder for New Zealand mosque attacks

New Zealand mosque shooting: At least 49 killed after gunmen open fire

New Zealand mosque shooting: At least 49 killed after gunmen open fire

In a Friday tweet, he also criticized the West for "defending demonization of Muslims as 'freedom of expression'".

He also, quite clearly, wanted attention.

And though he portrayed himself in his writings as quiet and introverted, he livestreamed to the world his assault on the worshippers at Christchurch's Al Noor Mosque.

Reflecting on the recent mass shootings that took place at two mosques in New Zealand, Daryle Lamont Jenkins, executive director of the anti-fascist organization One People's Project, told Sputnik that the United States right wing "needs to be held accountable" for the attack.

Ibrahim said he managed to escape via the backdoor of the mosque: "Lots of people we were inside and there was a door on the right side for the ladies entrance section".

York Regional Police spokesperson Const. Andy Pattenden said they had no information that any place in York Region was threatened or targeted, but they wanted people to feel safe nonetheless.

Muath said his brother helped establish the mosque a year after arriving in New Zealand, where he teaches engineering at a university and runs a consultancy.

Western leaders from Donald Trump to Angela Merkel expressed solidarity with the people of New Zealand and deplored what the White House called an "act of hate". This is now the worst mass shooting in New Zealand's history.

Another man said he saw children being shot.

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"To strengthen us on a number of fronts, including but not limited to enhanced border controls, sharing with Australia, and any practical reinforcement of our watch list processes", she said.

"I can't. believe that somebody I've probably had daily dealings with and had shared conversations and interacted with would be able of something to this extreme", Tracey Gray told the Australian Broadcasting Corp. He has contempt for the wealthiest 1 per cent. And he singled out American conservative commentator Candace Owens as the person who had influenced him the most, while saying "the extreme actions she calls for are too much, even for my tastes". "Hopefully she will be so much better", he said. "I want each and every member of our city's Muslim community to know that your city supports you, your city is dedicated to protecting you and your city respects and embraces you, just as Toronto embraces people of all backgrounds".

A man got in a verbal dispute with his neighbor before going on a shooting spree with a semi-automatic rifle, killing 13 people.

Al-Azhar University, Egypt's 1,000-year-old seat of Sunni Islamic learning, called the attack "a risky indicator of the dire consequences of escalating hate speech, xenophobia and the spread of Islamophobia".

Gardee said the NCCM is calling on elected officials to stand up and to speak out against these terrorist acts. Three months ago, he started planning to target Christchurch.

Breivik is a right-wing Norwegian extremist who killed 77 people in Oslo and a nearby island in 2011.

National Deputy Director of the Australian Institute of International Affairs Dr Bryce Wakefield said New Zealand's gun laws "were known for being particularly lax".

'There have been attempts to change our laws in 2005, 2012 and after an inquiry in 2017.

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