the Night to yesterday, a week after a perpetrator opened fire and killed 50 people under the islamic in two mosques in Christchurch, had several thousands of new zealanders gathered for the commemoration.
on the occasion of the day of the week of the terrible attacks started a campaign on social media, #headscarfforharmony, where non-muslim women in sympathy with the terrorism victims and their families portray themselves wearing the scarf.
One of the women, who has since pursued in Christchurch have worn the scarf to show his sympathy, is New Zealand's prime minister, Jacinda Ardern.
Never ever seen a leader like honorable Prime Minister of New Zealand @jacindaardern— Zeeshan Rashidi (@zhrashidi) March 20, 2019
the World needs a politician like here and specially a women to the age of "38"#NobelPeacePrize should go to here. Really admire with her for the nice gesture. pic.twitter.com/xzw6WI5oxU
the World over are reaping she is now praised for its revolutionary way to deal with a whole country's crisis, and sorrow.
Among other things, from the Russian-american activist and author Masha Gessen, who in a column in The New Yorker writes that Jacinda Ardern 'quiet has analysed any expectation of how western countries and their leaders respond to terrorist attacks'.
She commends the prime minister for his rhetoric, where she instead of using her time here to mention the perpetrator and his actions have spoken about the victims, their grief and their obvious place in New Zealand.
the '(prime minister, ed.) showed immediately that she had not time to spare for the perpetrator of the mosque-shooting. 'Many of those who are directly affected by the shooting, possibly migrants in New Zealand, they may even be refugees here,' she said. 'They have chosen to make New Zealand their home, and it is their home. They are us', reproduces Masha Gessen.
Several media outlets the world over, including the NZHerald, the last day also described how Jacinda Ardern is being hailed on social media, where many calls for that she should win the Nobel Peace prize.
"So this is my request: In alone cannot get rid of extremism ...I need help from every single one of us”— Fiona Horn (@HornFi) March 20, 2019
Wise words as expected from #Jacinda who In hereby! for #NobelPeacePrize #NewZealandShooting https://t.co/XaZ0cYVtv4
There should be no doubt that Jacinda Ardern @jacindaardern has already won the World Nobel Peace Prize— Irinia Santis (@IriniaSantis) March 20, 2019
She has been an cancelled race Leader for the World, the way she is tackling the aftermath of #Christchurch attack!BRAVO#NobelPeacePrizeforJacinda#JacindaArdern #NobelPeacePrize pic.twitter.com/26QcteV5PZ
the Same message has a newly created petition, where over 6000 so far have written that they believe the new zealand prime minister to win the Nobel Peace prize.
Jacinda Ardern— Chicku Irshad (@chickukottaram) March 22, 2019
This is what a Real Leader Looks Like..!! the
Call for @jacindaardern to be nominated for the #NobelPeacePrize#NobelPeacePrizeForJacindaArdern
this beautiful wonderful leader deserves it pic.twitter.com/5RhNrYn3Mx
most Recently, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, who is prime minister of the united arab emirates and leader of Dubai, also joined in the chorus of tributes to Jacinda Ardern.
the 112 - 17. mar. 2019 - at. 07:29 Prime minister was manifest nine minutes before attack
In a tweet on his official Twitter profile to thank her and the rest of New Zealand for their 'empathy and support, which has won the respect of the 1.5 billion muslims, after the terrorist attacks, which shook the muslim community worldwide'.
the World's tallest building was the other night lit up in a big picture of Jacinda Ardern. Dubai's Public Diplomacy Office/Ritzau Scanpix
How to see the world's tallest building, the 828 metre-high skyscraper Burj Khalifa in Dubai out on a daily basis. Photo: Colourbox
To the text, where he also has 'tagged' Jacinda Ardern, he has attached a picture of the Burj Khalifa – the tallest building in the world – lit up with a picture of the tørklædeklædte new zealand prime minister, who embraces another woman. Over the picture is written the word 'peace' in both English and Arabic.
New Zealand today fell silent in honour of the mosque attacks' martyrs. Thank you PM @jacindaardern and New Zealand for your sincere empathy and support that has won the respect of the 1.5 billion Muslims after the terrorist attack that shook the Muslim community around the world. pic.twitter.com/9LDvH0ybhD— HH Sheikh Mohammed (@HHShkMohd) March 22, 2019