Trump condemns New Zealand mosque attack as 'horrible massacre'

Many dead in New Zealand mosque shooting, witness says

"The young guy who usually takes care of the mosque. he saw an opportunity and pounced on [the gunman] and took his gun", Mazharuddin told the New Zealand Herald. At least 48 others, including many children, were being treated for gunshot wounds.

Dyfed-Powys Police also said it would step up "reassurance patrols" around mosques and increase contacts with communities of all faiths.

Before the attacks took place, the gunman reportedly published an Islamophobic manifesto on Twitter.

At least 49 people were killed at two mosques full of worshipers attending Friday prayers in Christchurch, New Zealand. Her foreign minister, Heiko Maas, said: "When people are murdered exclusively due to their religion, this is an attack on us all".

Ms Sturgeon wrote: "This is beyond bad". They now have the temerity to hate and murder others for largely legitimately coming peacefully to the lands their ancestors so brutally prised from the hands of others.

Our thoughts and our prayers are with those who have been impacted today.

"They are a valued part of our diverse and multicultural society". It is terrorists who commit acts such as who offend our values as a society.

Australian Senator Faser Anning released a statement blaming "the immigration program which allowed Muslim fanatics to migrate to New Zealand in the first place" as "the real cause of bloodshed" following Friday's shootings. "It is crucial that at this time we all remain united against hatred, division and bigotry".

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"It was really devastating and everybody was in pain and everyone was sad", he said. "We have to be vigilant and understand the times that we live in, but I also want to give them hope".

CAIR's Awad urged Trump to condemn the shooting not only as a hate crime but as a "white supremacist terrorist attack".

"In the aftermath of this distressing tragedy, we must unite and work together to confront hatred".

"Regardless of the best efforts of terrorists, we will continue to go to our mosques; we will continue to pray, and we will never live in fear", said Eeman Abbasi, a community organizer, in a tweet encouraging Muslims to share with the hashtag.

Holyrood's Presiding Officer, Ken Macintosh, indicated that the parliament would be flying flags at half-mast following the attacks as a mark of respect.

David Mundell, Secretary of State for Scotland, wrote: "My heart goes out to the families of those caught up in this outrage and the people of New Zealand". The group said everyone was welcome.

Pictures of ammunition were also shared and the words "For Rotherham" was seen written on one of the rounds, believed to be referencing the city's grooming scandal, which Mughal says has been used as a weapon by the far-right. While Daesh and even Al Qaeda are often quite intelligent in how they hide and transfer money across borders, Tarrant specifically mentions raising funds by way of Bitconnect, a digital coin that ironically is not designed for privacy and security.

Image copyright Shetland Islands Council Image caption The Shetland flag is flying at half mast above Lerwick's town hall. Breivik's lawyer Oeystein Storrvik told Norway's VG newspaper that his client, who is in prison, has "very limited contacts with the surrounding world, so it seems very unlikely that he has had contact" with the New Zealand gunman.



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