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The first victims of moskéangreb in New Zealand is buried

Several of the victims of Friday's attacks on two mosques in New Zealand is on the night of Wednesday local time have been buried. Hundreds of people gathere

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The first victims of moskéangreb in New Zealand is buried

Several of the victims of Friday's attacks on two mosques in New Zealand is on the night of Wednesday local time have been buried.

Hundreds of people gathered at a muslim burial ground since the first two funerals went on.

Salwa Mustafa came to New Zealand with his family for a half a year ago. By then the family had lived six years in a refugee camp in Jordan after fleeing from the war in Syria.

on Wednesday she was to bury her husband, 44-year-old Khalid Mustafa, and the couple's 15-year-old son, Hamza Mustafa, who was killed in the bloody attack in Christchurch on Friday.

- We were told that New Zealand would be the safest country in the world. The most amazing place in the world (...) But it was not, says Salwa Mustafa in connection with the burials.

a total Of 50 people were killed on Friday. Just as many are admitted to the hospital with injuries after the attack.

the Families of those killed have been waiting impatiently to be able to bury their loved ones. According to the islamic faith is to be a corpse to be cleaned and buried as soon as possible after death has occurred.

police commissioner of New Zealand Mike Bush, informs on Wednesday that the police at the present time formally has released 21 of the 50 corpses.

The alleged perpetrator is australian Brenton Harrison Tarrant, who is in custody in the case charged with the killing. The police suspect that Tarrant, who is described as right-wing extremist, was alone on the attack.

The alleged perpetrator recorded a video while he liquidated men, women and children, who were at Friday prayers.

He must sit in prison until 5. april, where a judge must decide whether he should still be behind bars.

The 28-year-old suspect, the perpetrator fired at the weekend his lawyer to defend himself in court. It has created fears, that he will use the trial to publicize his views.

on Tuesday said New Zealand's prime minister, Jacinda Ardern that she will "completely deny" the suspects skudmassakren the opportunity to promote its views.

Ardern struck at the same time that the suspect - whose name she refuses to name - will "meeting the arm of the law full force".

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