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Hundreds Gathered in West Springfield, Islamic Society of Western MA, to Remember Victims of New Zealand Terrorist Mosque Attacks

Image may contain: one or more people, crowd and indoorWEST SPRINGFIELD, MA (WGGB/WSHM) – Following news of the worst mass shooting in New Zealand history, locally, many will gather to hold a vigil to honor the lives lost. This interfaith gathering is being organized along with the local Muslim community. This is going to take place at the Islamic Society of Western Mass on Amostown Road. …more: westernmassnews

More: facebook.com/IslamicSocietyofWesternMA/

The Roots of the Christchurch Massacre

All those who have helped to spread the worldwide myth that Muslims are a threat have blood on their hands. For Muslims, Friday Prayer is like Sunday Mass for Christians. It’s the day of community prayer. We travel to our local mosques, our religious sanctuary. Our families gather in the early afternoon to pray as a community. Kids run through the halls as the imam recites the Quran in Arabic. We eat together and mingle outside…MORE NYT

Islamic Society of Western Massachusetts, Interfaith Council to hold vigil of solidarity

Ambulance staff take a man from outside a mosque in central Christchurch, New Zealand, Friday, March 15, 2019. Forty-nine people were killed in mass shootings at two mosques full of worshipers in what the prime minister called terrorism and "one of New Zealand's darkest days.” The Islamic Society of Western Massachusetts and the Interfaith Council of Greater Springfield will hold a vigil of solidarity in response to the New Zealand mosque shoot ings Sunday, March 17, at 6:30 p.m. at the center, 377 Amostown Road.
“We have had an outpouring of messages of sympathy and solidarity from our neighbors and interfaith colleagues,” said Dr. Mohammed Saleem Bajwa, a Holyoke physician and society member, of the event being held in the aftermath of the Friday shootings at two New Zealand mosques that has been labeled as terrorism and that left 49 people dead…more: masslive

Islamic Society of Western Massachusetts, Interfaith Council to hold vigil of solidarity

Ambulance staff take a man from outside a mosque in central Christchurch, New Zealand, Friday, March 15, 2019. Forty-nine people were killed in mass shootings at two mosques full of worshipers in what the prime minister called terrorism and "one of New Zealand's darkest days.”

 …“We have had an outpouring of messages of sympathy and solidarity from our neighbors and interfaith colleagues,” said Dr. Mohammed Saleem Bajwa, a Holyoke physician and society member, of the event being held in the aftermath of the Friday shootings at two New Zealand mosques that has been labeled as terrorism and that left 49 people dead. “We have planned the interfaith event because everyone wants to come and show support.” Bajwa said the center’s Friday night prayer service attracted a “relatively larger crowd” than usual. “There was a sense of surprise: ‘How could it happen?’ People expressed a lot of sadness, fear and concern,” said Bajwa of reaction to the attack that occurred during similar services in Christchurch, a city of about 400,000 on New Zealand’s South Island.
“Imam Wissam Abdul-Baki preached about peace, tolerance and respect for humanity. He led the prayers for the victims of this brutal act of killing and also prayed that justice, mercy and peace will prevail.”…more: masslive – more ISWMFaceBook

Exciting Details revealed by Survivors of New Zealand Attack

NEW ZELAND ATTACK MASJIDSKhaled al-Nubani, of the New Zeeland Herald , spoke of the attack, saying one of his friends was devout in his spirit to protect the rest of the congregation.
Al-Nubani explained … his friend ran towards the terrorist, and managed to disarm him, but the latter fled towards a car was some people waiting for him, to leave the site immediately….MORE: translate.google.com/translatearabi21.com/

  • Police are investigating if there was more than one attacker involved…MORE: WSJ
  • Brenton Tarrant, 28, sneered as he glared at reporters in court on Saturday [Al Jazeera]

New Zealand suspect inspired by French writer who fears ‘replacement’ by immigrants

French writer Renaud Camus condemned the violence but told The Post he welcomes how his ideas have spread. Before embarking on a deadly shooting rampage Friday targeting Muslim worshipers in Christchurch, New Zealand, the suspected gunman — a 28-year-old, self-styled “regular white man from a regular family” — posted a 74-page manifesto on Twitter.more: Washingtonpost

New Zealand terrorist attack .. Full story

New Zealand terrorist attack .. Full storyAn Australian citizen named Brenton Tarrant, aged 28, was attacked Friday by two worshipers in Christchurch, New Zealand, who opened fire directly at worshipers, killing 49 people and injuring 48 others, including children, some seriously.

The attack was broadcast directly through Facebook Live, which documented the operation from start to finish, recorded by a GoPro camera on his head.

It appears in the recording, which apologizes “Arab 21” for the full publication of his reputation as the porter get out of his car and go to the mosque and a barrage of bullets, before entering the corridors of the mosque and continue to fire on the worshipers in a state of panic…more: ARABI21

Prime Minister of New Zealand Described the Horror as a Terrorist Attack, while “Australian Senator” Blames Immigration!

Australian senator Fraser Anning has offended many with his commentsPrime Minister Jacinda Ardern described the horror as a terrorist attack, saying it was perpetrated by suspects with “extremist views”…more: CNN

1- Fraser Anning, describing the terror attacks as “vigilantism” and claiming that Muslim immigration was to blame…more: newssky. 2- Exciting Details revealed by Survivors of New Zealand Attack 3- New Zealand suspect inspired by French writer   4- Washington Post Condemns Trump’s Response To Mosque Shootings. 5-New Zealand terrorist attack .. Full story

Note: Allaah says: “Who, when disaster strikes them, say, “Indeed we belong to Allah, and indeed to Him we will return.Those are the ones upon whom are blessings from their Lord and mercy. And it is those who are the [rightly] guided.2/156

This is the face of New Zealand’s killer: Before the bloody car attack he heard the Chetnik song

تفاصيل جديدة حول الهجوم الإرهابي بنيوزيلندا ومنفذهBefore the blood-stained car accident, the killer listened to the music of the Balkan folk melosa. Serbian media claim it is a Chetnik song.
The attacker executed the massacre quietly, and the video was released on Facebook, but soon that social network was dislodged and blocked.
The man entered the mosque Al Nnoor on Friday about 13:30 local time, when Muslim worship prayers took place, and he opened fire. He fired more than 100 hits just inside the mosque.

The visit started with a car in the car and the phrase “Let the party start!” ……more: /dnevnik.hr