"Yet not all the victims from the massacre in Christchurch have been identified. But the bereaved families have already started planning the funerals, despite the fact that no one knows where and when they can be kept."
"– they say that They have begun to dig graves, " says Farid Ahmed, who lost his wife."
"The muslim community in Christchurch, a thousand people just at the al Noor mosque, forced to ask difficult questions:"
"How should the victims be buried?"
"Individually, or all together?"
"so Far, they have not received many answers. According to tradition, to funerals preferably be done within a day, but already on Friday they realized the religious leaders that it would not go. The work of the police received priority."
"Even on Sunday afternoon local time, where the uncertainty is large. Farid Ahmed, who lost his wife Husna in deed, said to the TT's envoy and other journalists on the spot that he does not know."
"– We have not received any reply. There will be new meetings later in the day, but I don't know."
"the Prime minister, Jacinda Ardern, said on Sunday that the dead would begin to be handed over to the families, but in how burials are to be organised is still being debated."
"Amjad Ali, assistant headmaster at the Al-Madinah school in Auckland and advisor in religious issues, is one of about twenty religious advisors has come to Christchurch, both from New Zealand and Australia, to support and help with practical. Nor did he have secure information."
"– As I understand it will all be buried individually. But probably in the same place, " he says."
" Our community is in grief, most can't take in what has happened. But the most important thing for them are the funerals, continues to Amjad Ali, and says that the government has seen out a special place where all, the victims can be buried together."
"– But all families have, of course, individual preferences. It is a big issue, an international issue, with victims from many countries."
"Both Amjad Ali and Farid Ahmed stresses that they do not want to see revenge for the deed. That the tank can only stand in the way of opportunity to go further."
" It is important not to blame the western world for this. It was not a westerner who shot, It was not even his family. It was an individual and we need to see, " says Ali."
"– We can not blame all whites for this."
" I hate him. I am sorry, very sorry, but can't feel a grudge. He must have had it very hard on the inside, " says Ahmed."
"the Families get a little comfort of the new zealand people's support, both condolences and actual measures. Several local media sources say that the inhabitants of the country in just two days collected five million dollars (about 32 million) to the families of the victims."
"But first, will the funerals, probably during the week."
"At 13.40 on Friday local time (01.40 cet) went on an armed person into the Al Noor mosque in the centre of Christchurch and opened fire during Friday prayers. The second shooting took place in Linwood mosque, but the exact time is not known."
"50 people were killed in the shooting, according to police. New Zealand's prime minister, Jacinda Ardern calls the deed of a well-planned terrorist attack."
"According to police, two explosive devices in cars."
"the 28-year-old australian Brenton Tarrant has been detained by the police for murder."
"The suspected shooter sent the deed on Facebook. Just before the attack was published, something that can be likened to a manifesto in the social media and forums on the internet. To the text actually written by the offender is not confirmed, but the evidence suggests it."
"In the manifest refers the offender, inter alia, to the terror attack in Stockholm on april 7, 2017. He writes that he wanted to take revenge on eleven-year-old girl who was killed on Drottninggatan. He also stated that he had contact with the Norwegian terrorist and mass murderer Anders Behring Breivik, and also expressed support for Anton Lundin Pettersson, who was behind the skolattacken in Trollhättan 2015."