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PM statement on the New Zealand attack: 15 March 2019

PM statement on the New Zealand attack: 15 March 2019

Organizer Saima Jamal said news of the attacks, and video that was initially shared online, left her "shaking uncontrollably".

"I was just completely devastated". "People were so upset".

She is due to visit met with members of the Muslim community and first responders on Saturday. "People, they're just sitting in front of their phones and computers and just mourning".

"Only the prime minister receives police protection; other MPs and ministers take it for granted that they can move around the country freely", Stuff said.

Police on Saturday confirmed 42 were still being treated for injuries, including a four-year-old in critical condition. We were chosen for the very fact that we are none of these things.

ISCC and MAT will hold a joint press conference at 2 p.m.at the Genesis Centre in northeast Calgary.

"While some of our elected leaders sadly choose not to mention "Muslim" or "mosque" while denouncing the Christchurch attacks, the reality is that these horrific shootings and the Quebec City mosque attack on January 29, 2017, have left Canadian Muslim communities - and indeed, Muslims around the world - feeling very vulnerable and unsafe", wrote the Council's executive director Ihsaan Gardee.

Givealitte: This New Zealand-based crowdfunding platform is hosting a live campaign where people can donate for victim support.

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According to Ardern, 41 people were killed at one mosque, seven were killed at the second mosque and one person died in the hospital.

At least 49 people were killed and more were injured. "We need to stand in solidarity with all to condemn this heinous attack".

Leaders across the world, including Queen Elizabeth, British Prime Minister Theresa May, Pope Francis and United States president Donald Trump have sent condolences and condemned the attack.

In a post on Twitter, Mayor Naheed Nenshi said: "Once again, my heart breaks. Not because I am Muslim, but because I am human". Explosive devices were found on one of the attackers' vehicles. "We are stronger together".

The slaughter shocked the usually peaceful nation, whose Prime Minister, Jacinda Ardern, labeled the carnage a terrorist attack and one of her country's "darkest days", describing the suspects as holding "extremist views" that have no place in New Zealand or the world. Her family came from Somalia.

Trudeau said Canada "remembers too well the sorrow" felt following an attack on a mosque in Quebec. "Last night's victims were fathers, mothers, and children".

The statement does not mention Scheer by name but at that point, he was the only Canadian political leader whose public response to the attacks did not mention either Muslims or mosques.

"Attacking innocent people during prayers is appalling".