Publicado: Sol, Marcha 17, 2019
Global | Por Milagro Delgado

Chicago Muslim groups step up security after New Zealand mosque attacks

Chicago Muslim groups step up security after New Zealand mosque attacks

As the nation reeled following the terror attack on two mosques in the South Island city of Christchurch, New Zealand attorney general David Parker said the weapons would be outlawed.

The man said he knew some of those who were killed.

Two improvised explosive devices (IEDs) were found in a vehicle and neutralised by the military, while police raided a home in the southern city of Dunedin, where Ms Ardern said the suspect was based.

Huang Yan, the manager of the Christchurch branch of China's Southern Airlines, told Xinhua the mass shooting would bring negative impact on New Zealand tourism as Christchurch has just been recovered from the aftermath of the 2011 deadly natural disaster.

They shared a video message from musicians SOL3MIO, who dedicated a song to "New Zealand, and to family and friends".

Something the Jewish faith communities have done and continue to do since the Tree of Life tragedy. "I would not describe him as a long-term resident".

Asked by a reporter in Washington if he thought white nationalism is a rising threat around the world, Trump said: "I don't really".

"From all communities who love peace, who love the freedoms that we have both here in Australia and New Zealand and the peace loving peoples of the world". Nabi's family left Kabul, Afghanistan, for New Zealand in the 1970s. The couple was due to fly out Sunday.

Forty-one people were killed at the Al Noor mosque. They have not heard from him since.

Tarrant wrote of Muslims as "invaders", and defined the objective of his attack as "to show the invaders that our land will never be their land", and that "our homeland" will remain as long as white people survive.

Police officers search the area near the Masjid Al Noor mosque site of one of the mass shootings at two mosques in Christchurch New Zealand Saturday
Chicago Muslim groups step up security after New Zealand mosque attacks

He livestreamed 17 minutes of the rampage at the Al Noor mosque, where, armed with at least two assault rifles and a shotgun, he sprayed worshippers with bullets, killing at least 41 people.

Twelve operating theatres worked through the night on the more than 40 people wounded, said hospital authorities.

Footage of the attack on one of the mosques was broadcast live on Facebook, and a "manifesto" denouncing immigrants as "invaders" was also posted online via links to related social media accounts. No images have emerged from the second mosque.

Officers also discovered explosive devices in a auto, which were defused.

At least 49 people were killed and more were injured.

A policeman looks on as locals lay flowers at the Huda Mosque in Dunedin in tribute to those killed and injured in the attacks. He said he was a 28-year-old white Australian and a racist. "This is probably the last thing on our mind living in New Zealand that this will ever happen".

"Rhetoric of racism, division and extremism has no place not only in New Zealand but I would say in a society as a whole". While that rate pales in comparison to the United States and more than a dozen other countries, it's an eye-popping amount for a country that rarely encounters gun violence. In 2015, it had just eight.

Word of the attacks at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand - killing 49 people during Friday prayers - had already become common knowledge to most in attendance at Windsor Mosque on Northwood Street.

Ardern said the shooter was "in possession of a gun licence" obtained in November 2017, and he started legally purchasing the weapons the following month.

"I think we must be clear that the context of the gun laws between New Zealand and Australia are very different", Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Saturday. She said she was with her son, who is "traumatized" after being shot in his back and leg.

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