The massacre of New Zealand

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UNITED STATES (VOP TODAY NEWS) — As the hours and days progress, the stories of the victims of the terrorist attacks on New York and New York’s Christchurch and New York Church of Christchurch come from different nationalities and races, but the killer was a common denominator.

The victims of the terrorist attack came to New Zealand from different countries and parts of the world in search of a livelihood and hope for a better life, but terrorism prevented their dreams from being realized.

The attack on New Zealand’s Mujahedeen killed 36-year-old Junaid Ismael and his twin brother, while he survived the attack.

Meanwhile, Pakistani Foreign Minister Mohammad Faisal announced the killing of two Pakistanis in the attack on New Zealand’s mosques. They included Suhail Shahad, Sayed Jehandad Ali, Mahroub Haroun, Syed Areeb Ahmed, Mahboub Haroun, Naim Rashid and his son Talha, Zeeshan Reza, Gulam Hussain and his son Karam.

In a tweet on Twitter, Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan said his country had decided to award Naim Rashid, 50, the national honor medal, in recognition of his sacrifice during the terrorist attack on New York’s Christ Church in New Zealand’s Christchurch. .

Khan said Pakistan was proud of what Naim Rashid had done.

In the video of the attack on the Al-Nour Mosque, Rashid was seen in one corner of the mosque trying to confront the gunman, but to no avail.

In the same context, the Indian Ambassador to New Zealand, Baho Delion, announced the killing of 5 Indian citizens during the terrorist attack on the mosques of “light” and “Linwood.”

He added that among those killed in the attack were Assef and his son, Ramez, who lived the joy of his wife’s birth 9 days ago.

Among the victims was Saudi citizen Muhsen al-Harbi, who was photographed by cameras during his transfer to the hospital with wounds and causing his injuries to the sky.

Moussa Wali Suleiman Batal, the leader of the so-called Fiji Islands Muslim Association (Pacific Islands), did not expect his visit to the Church of the Light in Christchurch to end as a result of a terrorist attack.

For his part, Egyptian Ambassador to New Zealand Tariq al-Wasmi announced that four of his citizens had lost their lives in the terrorist attack.

Among the victims is an Afghan citizen named Matiullah Safi and another from Bangladesh named Abdul Samad.

On Friday, a terrorist attack targeted two synagogues in Christchurch, during prayer, killing 50 people and injuring 50 others, according to the latest official data. Authorities arrested the bomber, an Australian named Brenton Harrison Tarant.

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