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Bengali Jisan Mar 16
F**k ! 🖕🖕🖕 . You suspended 's account? So what? 👊 We'll always keep him in our hearts!💘💘💘 ❤❤❤International ❤❤❤ .
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Faiza N. Ali Mar 17
Among the many faces & stories I’ll remember from the tragedy, I will never forget Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern. What a remarkable leader. Not only did she ban assault weapons following the incident, she’s offered financial assistance to the victims familes.
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Richard Langston Mar 16
Those gun shop owners boasting of an increase in sales of semi-automatics on the news tonight. One posting on FB - calling the PM - ‘Jacinda the salesman (sic) of the year’. Could they be any more offensive? They’re almost talking up their own culpability.
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Ali H. Warsame Mar 26
The terrorist act in united people from all walks of life, regardless of their faith & culture in believing unity in humanity & nothing is more reassuring than listening to the brave & responsible people on the highest offices condemning it as terrorist act.
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HereHoldMyKnitting Mar 23
David Marr hits it on the head, the events at haven’t changed the attitudes at all
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Mobashra Mar 21
You know who else referred to as snakes? The gunman.
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Mona Eltahawy Mar 17
Replying to @KarinIsSharing
Haka by students in honour of victims of massacre h/t
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Mona Eltahawy Mar 17
Replying to @mivoicetoo
A Haka by students to honour two of their peers murdered in the massacre. h/t
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sir minjibir🔴 Mar 16
Non-Muslim footballer from New Zealand prostrated today after scoring a goal, out of respect for the victims of the Christchurch mosque terror attack.
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Princess Fiona فيونا Mar 22
Absolutely love New Zealand’s response to the attack. Our British press could learn a thing or two from this for sure.
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Solèha Mar 18
New Zealand has responded to this brutal, horrific act of terrorism with grace, compassion and leadership. They are a model for the rest of the world.
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Greg Taylor Mar 20
Replying to @CNN
6 days people. 6 days. That’s all it took for us Kiwi’s to get rid of these guns. How many mass shootings has it taken in America for meaningful gun control reform? 🇳🇿🇳🇿🇳🇿🇳🇿🇳🇿🇳🇿🇳🇿
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Nervana Mahmoud Mar 17
We have to address all types of hate. countering radical is NOT a betrayal of the 50 Muslims massacred by a White supremacist. In fact, it is the most patriotic tribute to them. We portray to the world that we have nothing to hide or be ashamed of.
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Kashmir News Jun 13
Anger as accused pleads not guilty
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Fleur Fitzsimons Mar 16
“We must stamp out hate because while not all hate leads to violence, all violence starts with hate,” Justin Lester, Mayor of Wellington addresses thousands of Wellingtonians today.
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Dave Zackrias🇨🇦 Mar 16
Ottawa Police officer, S/Sgt. John Gibbons shows his compassion to Ottawa's Muslim community & reassures their safety. "Tomorrow I'm a proud Irish Catholic but today I am Muslim." No religion is greater than humanity. We won't let hate divide us
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Jocelyn Garcia Mar 16
More than 1,000 people have attended the prayer service in honour of the victims of the shooting in
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Anas Farooq 🇵🇰 IG Mar 17
I am MUSLIM. Christians kill me in Iraq. Buddhists kill me in Burma. Jews kill me in Palestine. Hindus kill me in Kashmir. Atheists kill me in New Zealand. But still, I am the terrorist
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Sadaf | صدف Mar 17
Was reading through the names of the victims of the terrorist attack at the when I came across these 2 young boys. As a mother of a 14 you myself, this broke my heart even more. Just lots and lots of prayers for strength for the bereaved families :(
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HELLO! Pakistan May 29
An Australian teenager, better known as has donated almost $100,000 to help those affected by the attack by setting up two pages❗️
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