A week after the attack of Christchurch, new Zealand commemorates today the victims. The Friday prayers at the Al-Noor mosque, the Prime Minister Ardern took part, was broadcast live on television and Radio.
people from all over new Zealand have remembered the victims of the terrorist attack of Christchurch. The Prime Minister, Jacinda Ardern, and thousands of others came together in the early afternoon in Hagley Park for the Friday prayer. The Park is located opposite the Al-Noor mosque, which was attacked first.
The prayer, two minutes silence followed. In many Parts of the country of 13.32 am to 13.34 PM local time (1.32 to 1.34 PM), the still life.mourning ceremony live on television and Radio
Many new Zealanders interior wore on Friday as a sign of solidarity with the Muslim communities a head scarf. Around different mosques, there were human chains. The mourning ceremony in front of the Al-Noor mosque, which had begun with the reputation of a Muslim cleric at prayer, was broadcast live on Radio and television.
Ardern told the Muslims: "new Zealand is in mourning with you. We are one". The Islamic cleric Gamal Fouda thanked the head of government with the words: "Thank you for your words and for your tears. Thank you for that, as you show us with a simple cloth of honour".
Many of the new Zealander of the interior wore on Friday as a sign of solidarity with the Muslim communities a headscarf - even the Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern.hundreds of police officers, funeral
For the protection of the mourners was the police in Christchurch, with hundreds of heavily armed officers secure in use.
In the coming week, there should be a national funeral. On Thursday, the government of the Pacific state had prohibited given that semi - automatic weapon was used by the perpetrator. Of the almost five million inhabitants of the Pacific state, about 50 000 of the Muslim faith.
On (this) Friday a week ago, an assassin had attacked two mosques and at least 50 people were killed. A 28-year-old rechtste xtremist from Australia sits in custody.