3000 people went early Saturday morning through the city of Christchurch in New Zealand in a 'march for love'.
The attendees wanted to pay tribute to the 50 praying muslims, who last week was killed in a skudmassakre in the city.
Banners and signs with the inscription 'He wanted to split us, but he has only made us stronger' and 'Muslims are welcome, it is the racists are not' filled the streets, while the attendants were moving in silence, or the low song with a fredshymne.
- We feel that hatred has cast a dark shadow after, but in times like these love is the strongest cure, says the 16-year-old students, Manaia Butler, who has been to organize kærlighedsmarchen.
Al Noor mosque, where 42 people were shot and killed, Saturday been reopened. The same are the nearby Linwood mosque, where several people also lost their lives, soon.
Prohibits the manifest
New Zealand prohibits the manifesto, which was posted on the internet prior to the bloody attacks against two mosques in Christchurch on Friday last week.
This writes the newspaper the New Zealand Herald.
the Content of the manifest is the night of Saturday the Danish time been classified as objectionable and is declared public.
the Decision taken by the Directorate of Film - and Litteraturklassificering, which is under the ministry of internal affairs in New Zealand.
It shall notify the David Shanks, who has the post of "chief external examiner" at the ministry of interior. Thus he has the authority to assess and decide, whether material is inappropriate or offensive and should be banned.
He encourages anyone who has a copy of the manifest, to destroy it.