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The world's tallest building has been lit up with a giant image of Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern embracing a woman at the Kilbirnie mosque in Wellington.

She added, "I'll be honest - I did angst over it today whether I should wear it, because I didn't want to be inappropriate or offend the Muslim community". The group said that since the 1970s, almost three in four extremist-related killings in the United States have been linked to domestic right-wing extremists and almost all the rest to Muslim extremists.

On 15 March 2019, two consecutive terrorist mass shootings led to the martyrdom of more than 50 Muslims at the Al-Noor Mosque in Christchurch, New Zealand.

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New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern described the twin shooting - the worst in her country's history - as a terror attack . Anwar Gargash, the United Arab Emirates' minister of state for foreign affairs, tweeted , "heartfelt condolences" to New Zealand.

"I wish other leaders could [learn from] your leadership skills and implement them all over the world", he can be heard saying.

"I don't think I'm displaying leadership". After calling for a one-minute silence all over the country, to coincide with the time of the massacre, Ms Ardem mobilised thousands of New Zealanders to attend the mosque event.

The 37-year-old New Zealand Prime Minister has earned refreshing worldwide respect as a unifying force being compassionate and decisive doing bravely everything to bring together the people of all New Zealand as one and us sharing the sorrow the Muslim community is going through.

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Meanwhile, in New Zealand, the victims of the gruesome Christchurch terror attacks were laid to rest in a mass burial on Friday, after the Muslim call to prayer was sounded. "The believers, in their mutual kindness, compassion and sympathy, are just like one body". Ardern said she imposed the sales ban to prevent stockpiling and that a complete ban on the weapons would be implemented after new laws take effect.

Muslims held emotional prayers inside Christchurch's main mosque on Saturday for the first time since a white supremacist massacred worshippers there, as New Zealand sought to return to normality after the tragedy.

Last week, the lives of 50 people in New Zealand became victim to an act of hate, an act of terrorism.

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He also was penalized for lining up offside on a play that resulted in an interception in the final minute of the fourth quarter. But his offside penalty late in that game against New England negated an interception that could have sealed a victory.

Ardern has been praised by the global community for the way she led the country through the carnage where 50 people lost their lives.



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