At Least 49 Dead, 48 Injured in New Zealand Mosque Shootings

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People wait outside a mosque in central Christchurch, New Zealand, on Friday after mass shootings in two locations.

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"An attack in New Zealand would bring to attention the truth of the assault on our civilisation, that no where (sic) in the world was safe, the invaders were in all of our lands, even in the remotest areas of the world and that tehre was no where (sic) left to go that was safe and free from mass immigration".

"Actually I haven't seen him because I just lie down under the bench thinking that if I get out I'll get [shot], so I'm just keeping my fingers crossed so I could be alive". "People were so upset". 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.

Prince Charles, the next in line to the throne, said he was "utterly horrified to hear of the most barbaric attacks in two mosques in Christchurch, which resulted in the cruel and tragic loss of so many people's lives". Police have disabled one and are in the process of disabling the other, he said. He claimed not to be a direct member of any organization or group, though he said he has donated to many nationalist groups.

The so-called manifesto allegedly penned by the terrorist behind the mosque attacks in Christchurch, New Zealand, explained the hope that the killing spree would add fuel to the fire of America's ongoing debate over gun control. "Stay strong, stand together and united people".

"Muslim Council of Calgary condemns all violence directed towards innocent human beings, irrespective of race, gender, religion, culture or ethnicity", the council said in a news release. The US stands by New Zealand for anything we can do. This is a partial transcription of those press conferences in which she touches on her country's diversity, sending condolences to victims and their families and communities.

The attacks were also condemned by First Minister Mark Drakeford, who tweeted: "The people of #Wales stand in solidarity with the people of #NewZealand today".

"I want to give the community two messages", Walid said. The ESPNcricinfo correspondent posted a video on Twitter of the cricket players hurrying through nearby Hagley Park as sirens wailed in the background. "Not because I am Muslim, but because I am human".

The same could be said of white supremacists, who know very little about their nations' histories, how modern society developed in their countries and the price we all paid when ideologies like theirs took over countries like Germany in the 20th century. "You will need to assure all of us, Muslims, Blacks, Jews, immigrants, that we are protected". "The world is sending you love and strength through our tears". These words were uttered by a man who symbolised Islam.

They also expressed fear of follow-up attacks, and urged for greater protection at mosques worldwide. "Last night's victims were fathers, mothers, and children. As with every life taken too soon, the full measure of their loss will never be known".

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern designated the tragic incident a terrorist attack. "We must continue to fight the perpetuation and normalization of Islamophobia and racism in all its forms". We pray that God will be close to those most deeply affected, and give courage to all those who may now be fearful of showing their faith.