New Zealand Christchurch Mosque Attack: Two years before today, two mosques in Christchurch city of New Zealand were attacked. On Saturday, the second anniversary of this attack has been celebrated, in which the people killed in the attack have been remembered. On this day, a white racist gunman attacked two mosques and killed 51 namazis. Hundreds of people attended a tribute meeting held at Christ Church Arena to remember those killed in the attack.
This gathering was also broadcast live on the website. A similar program was planned to be held last year as well, but the program was postponed at the last minute due to the sudden increase in cases of COVID-19 (COVID 19). Kiran Munir, who lost her husband Aaron Mahmood in the attack, while addressing the gathering said that she had lost her love and her life partner.
Life sentence without parole
On 15 March 2019 in Christchurch, Australian citizen Brenton Tarrant murdered 44 people who came to offer prayers in Jumme at Al Noor Mosque, and after that he went to Linwood Mosque and killed seven more there. The court had last year sentenced 30-year-old Tarant to life without parole, convicting him in 51 murder cases, 40 in connection with attempted murder and one in terrorism.
792 pages report submitted
In this case a report of 792 pages was submitted. In which it was told that after leaving school, a local gym worked till 2012. After this, he never worked as a salaried employee (New Zealand). Instead, he traveled to many countries with his father’s money. He was in New Zealand and Australia in 2013. Then from 2014 to 2017 he also traveled to many other countries. In this report, which is ready in about 18 months, it has been said that Tarrant also went to North Korea. Apart from this, he also traveled to India, China, Japan and Russia.