today is the a week ago, a perpetrator opened fire and killed 50 people under the islamic in two mosques in Christchurch.
Friday prayers during mindehøjtidelighederne a week after the attack against two mosques in Christchurch. Photo: Ritzau Scanpix
As the bønnekaldet night to Friday Danish time sounded, several thousand new zealanders, led by religious leaders and the country's prime minister, Jacinda Ardern, in Hagley Park, near al-Noor mosque for a memorial service.
Al-noor mosque after the police have removed the afspærringerne. Photo: Ritzau Scanpix
It writes the AFP news agency.
New Zealand's prime minister Jacinda Ardern after the commemoration, which was held in the night Danish time. Photo: Ritzau Scanpix
- This terrorist tried to divide our nation with an evil ideology. But instead, we have shown that New Zealand does not let itself be deterred, it sounded from the al-noor the mosque's imam Gamal Fouda in a speech after the moment had been reminded of common prayer and two minutes silence.
New Zealand Women are wearing the hijab in memory of the Christchurch attack. This is the world In belong to and this is the world I'd love to continue to be part of (Pic by Getty) #HeadScarfforHarmony pic.twitter.com/0E4tbYMcyE— marta serafini (@martaserafini) March 22, 2019
In a campaign started on social media under the hashtagget #headscarfforharmony being non-muslim women are encouraged to take the scarf on in sympathy with the victims in Christchurch.
These photos should be seen, but seem to be marginalized in reporting. The Swift action. Everyone was enabled, empowered and given a voice to express a powerful message: #headscarfforharmony #Christchurch pic.twitter.com/KbnlJof7CFthe ASSOCIATION of the TWO FORM (@ATFblindpost) March 22, 2019
One of them, who had not the opportunity to take part in Friday's memorial service, but instead has posted a picture on Twitter of himself wearing the scarf, the 19-year-old student Kate Mills Workman.
In the stand with our Muslim community today and against hate and violence of any kind #HeadScarfforHarmony pic.twitter.com/30bKnm2S2s— Julie Hills (@julesnz35) March 22, 2019
Wearing the hijab today to show solidarity for our muslim friends #HeadScarfforHarmony #Scarvesinsolidarity pic.twitter.com/Ko2WlG5ePK— Meredith (@PrettyMesmerise) March 22, 2019
- of Course all this started by the terrible tragedy in Christchurch, but it is also a way to show that no form of harassment or prejudice based on a religious symbol is okay, says Kate Mills Workman to the AFP.
Not even close to all the images we received today, but how beautiful to see all this love. #HeadScarfforHarmony pic.twitter.com/cqVwV335kS— rachelmacg (@rachelmacg) March 22, 2019
#HeadScarfforHarmony We support our Muslim brothers and sisters. pic.twitter.com/C6azMU6Auo— T (@IndieKiwi) March 21, 2019
A police officer wearing a headscarf during the ceremony. Photo: Ritzau Scanpix
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Wearing a headscarf two uni as a show of support and solidarity with the many Muslim women who are routinely harassed for the act of following their faith. I will work hard to help raise up your voices in any way I can #HeadScarfforHarmony #scarvesinsolidarity #TheyAreUs pic.twitter.com/jIxaklYOBq— Kate Mills Workman (@MillsWorkman) March 21, 2019
In the stand with my Muslim sisters and brothers #headscarfforharmony pic.twitter.com/byEAO7zST5— Christina (@gingeezus) March 22, 2019