Published: Thu, March 21, 2019
Global Media | By Garry Long

NZ to broadcast Azaan on Friday in solidarity with Muslims

NZ to broadcast Azaan on Friday in solidarity with Muslims

(Marty Melville/AFP/Getty Images) Floral tributes to those who were gunned down at the two mosques are seen against a wall bordering the Botanical Garden in Christchurch on March 19, 2019. Crisis magazine, tweeted. Ardern's critics have nearly completely quietened, and Muslim communities in New Zealand have said that they feel supported in their home all due to Ardern's strength as a leader.

"I can not tell you gutting it is to know a family came here for safety and refuge, and they should have been safe here", Ardern said. Facebook said it removed 1.5 million videos of the shootings during the first 24 hours after the massacre.

New Zealand's worldwide spy agency, the Government Communications Security Bureau, confirmed it had not received any relevant information or intelligence before the shootings.

"One thing I can assure you - you won't hear me speak his name", she said.

Judge Stephen O'Driscoll denied him bail.

"I chose firearms for the affect it would have on social discourse, the extra media coverage they would provide and the effect it could have on the politics of United States and thereby the political situation of the world", the manifesto states, according to The Guardian.

In the United States, a congressional panel said it was asking top executives from U.S. tech firms to explain the proliferation online of the "horrific" video.

Police will be stationed at mosques around the country when they are open for prayers, and nearby when closed, said Ms Ardern.

She said she did not know the identities of the two bodies to be buried first. "Many of those affected are members of our migrant communities - New Zealand is their home - they are us".

A consortium of global technology firms has shared on its collective database the digital fingerprints of more than 800 versions of the video of New Zealand's mass shootings that killed 50 people, it said on Monday.

NZ to broadcast Azaan on Friday in solidarity with Muslims
NZ to broadcast Azaan on Friday in solidarity with Muslims

The New Zealand Herald reported that he had fired his lawyer and meant to represent himself in court.

In addition to examining whether government agencies could have done more to prevent the shooting, the inquiry would also look at the suspect's travel to and from New Zealand, his activities in the country, his use of social media and his contacts.

Police in New Zealand say they have completed autopsies on all 50 victims of last week's mosque shootings, and have formally identified 12 of them.

Speaking after her weekly cabinet meeting Monday evening, Ardern told reporters that ministers had agreed "in principle" to reform gun laws.

"We are doing all we can to undertake this work as quickly as possible and return the victims to their loved ones", a police statement said.

Aya Al-Umari, whose older brother Hussien Al-Umari died at the Al Noor mosque, wept as she talked about a kind man.

Ezat is comforted by reports that Hussein confronted the killer, charging at him after surviving the first spray of bullets.

"I am very sad, " Ms Ardern replied.

We don't need these in our country.

Istanbul will never become Constantinople - Erdogan Turkey 15:57
Tarrant twice visited Turkey for a total of 43 days in 2016, Erdogan said, vowing to "uncover the connection soon". The delegation from Turkey, a Muslim-majority country, has arrived to show their support to Muslims, she said.

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