"24 hours after the massacre in the two mosques, Christchurch not like."
"The gray sky is hanging heavy and gives a clear picture of the mood in the city."
"A regular Saturday in march, it had been full of activity in Hagley park. Tens of thousands of people had gone on kricketlandskamp and many had glatts to get to see the Bryan Adams concert in the morning."
"But now. A few joggers, a few dog owners. In a park larger than an average Swedish small town."
"A couple of hundred metres from the Al Noor mosque put Maureen down flowers to commemorate the victims. She is the one of all who want to honor those killed, but most try to cook society, piece by piece."
"– What more can we do? It was horrible, I have cried and cried. But we must go further. Together, " she says and wipes away more tears."
"like many others in Christchurch are already multiple spontaneous memorial sites with flowers and poems to Maureen not to disclose the whole of his name."
" I do not want to have my name out there. It is not what I want to be remembered for, " says Maureen and hugging her teenage daughter."
"Quiet, people are in groups and crying, most of them with flowers. K-pistbeväpnade police officers look on but do not need to do anything more than to back away pressfotograferna, all chasing the same picture."
"A bit away, so close to Al Noor mosque, you can get due to the barricade, says Kamil."
"– My lillebrors friend was in the mosque. But he survived. He jumped over a fence, " says Kamil, who didn't want to give the whole of his name."
" I was on the job, in an office just on the other side of the park when it happened. They locked us in and the police forbade us to leave the house."
"TT: did you know what happened?"
"– Yes on tv and the internet. It only took ten minutes so we knew everything. But it was the five o'clock before they said how many died. First they just said five, six, and already then we were shocked."
" It's not wise, it was so peaceful. And it is one of the country's oldest mosques has always been there for us."
"the Barricade goes over large areas around the two mosques, Al Noor and Lindwood, and only a few cars may pass. The residents of the area, of course, but also the police. And bårbilarna. In just a quarter of an hour in the afternoon time two leave the mosque."
" Where will a to. It is not the first thing I see today. It is so awful, " says Maureen."
"She lives a few kilometres away, and is not part of the close community that most of the victims belong to. But, as she says, she belongs to Christchurch, and society must stand united."