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Solidarity &Tribute To New Zealand’s Attack Victims


The Human Lens

Last Friday’s shooting at the Noor and Linwood mosques,in New Zealand was the deadliest mass shooting in the nation’s modern history and has sent shock waves across the globe.

The recent updates state that 50 people, hailing from Afghanistan, Egypt, Jordan, Bangladesh, India, Pakistan, Palestine, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Indonesia, Malaysia and one New Zealand native Linda Armstrong were killed in Friday’s massacre conducted by 28-year-old Australian Brenton Tarrant.

Moments before the armed Tarrant went on his killing spree, he played a traditonal marching song of the British military called “The British Grenadiers”, “Gas Gas Gas”, a song by Italian musician Manuel Karamori and “Serbia Strong”, a Serb nationalist song from the Bosnian War (1992–1995) celebrating Radovan Karadžić, who was found guilty of genocide against Bosnian Muslims.

Though New Zealand’s authorities took time in releasing the names of attack victims, the foreign ministries and diplomats from around the world identified their nationals as the victims.


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