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50 people have been killed and 48 seriously injured in mass terrorist shootings at 2 Mosques in the New Zealand city of Christchurch on Friday, in a carefully planned and unprecedented atrocity that shocked the World.

Picture Credits: Mark Baker/AP

 

It’s a time of mourning and sadness for Muslims around the world as they woke up to devastating news coming in from New Zealand. Multiple worshipers were martyred (InshaAllah) when a white supremacist terrorist open fired in a mosque filled with worshipers for Friday prayers on 15 March 2019. Sickening footage of the massacre was streamed live online, and a manifesto filled with white supremacist references was published just before the shootings unfolded.

Of the confirmed 40 people killed, 30 were killed at Al Noor mosque and 10 killed at Linwood mosque. That 10 figure includes three people who were outside Linwood Avenue mosque at the time.

The Prime Minister, Jacinda Ardern, said it was “One of New Zealand’s darkest days”, calling the attacks “an unprecedented act of violence”.

A Malaysian was among those wounded during a shooting at two mosques in the city of Christchurch, Malaysia’s High commission in New Zealand said on Friday.

“So far, one Malaysian is confirmed injured and currently receiving treatment at the hospital,” the Commission said on its Twitter account.

Indonesia’s Foreign Minister, Retno Marsudi had earlier said six Indonesians were inside the mosque when the shooting occurred, with three managing to escape and three unaccounted for, according to Reuters.

Indian High Commission in New Zealand has named 5 Indian nationals who died in Friday’s mosque attacks which included four men and one woman.

The 50 people killed in the terrorist attacks included 9 Pakistanis – six of whom will be buried in New Zealand, Pakistani Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi confirmed.

 

Summary

  • Children are among the 50 killed in Friday’s terrorist attacks on two mosques in Christchurch, prime minister Jacinda Ardern has said
  • 39 people are in the hospital and 11 are in intensive care, ranging from children to the elderly.
  • Two boys, aged 2 and 13, are among the injured being treated at Christchurch hospital, with 12 operating theatres working through the night. Most of the injured will need multiple operations, said chief of surgery Greg Robertson. Four for the 50 people who were killed died on the way to hospital.
    (Numbers will be updated)
  • Update: There are still 34 people in the hospital, including a 4-year-old girl who is in a critical condition.

Picture Credits: Melissa Davey/The Guardian

Dozens of families have been bereaved and many more injured by Friday’s horrific shootings. They deserve our help and support! Let us take this opportunity to show our solidarity with the victims and encourage love, tolerance, and unity. No amount of money will bring back their loved ones, but we do hope to lessen their burden in some way.

The Messenger of Allah, peace and blessings be upon him, said, “The Muslims are like a single man. If the eye is afflicted, then the whole body is afflicted. If the head is afflicted, then the whole body is afflicted.” [Muslim]

Now is the chance to come forward and help our brothers and sisters in New Zealand. They need all the help they can get to stabilize themselves and resume a normal life after this extreme terror attack. Even the smallest of donations count. Don’t let the numbers stop you for Allah loves all those who give and help remove a difficulty of a fellow Muslim.

 

Disclaimer: All donations from this campaign will be channeled to New Zealand Islamic Information Centre (NZIIC) under At-Taqwa Trust in New Zealand which runs under the supervision of Shaykh Dr. Mohammad Anwar Sahib (Chairman) of the Federation of Muslim Scholars of New Zealand. 

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  • 18-03-2019

    Campaign Started

  • 18-03-2019

    Casualty Update

    There are still 34 people in the hospital, including a 4-year-old girl who is in a critical condition.

  • 18-03-2019

    Casualty Update

    Authorities have not released an official list of victims, but a list of missing people has been published on New Zealand’s Red Cross website. It includes people from Bangladesh, Pakistan, Jordan, India and Syria, among other countries.

    Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said many of those “directly affected by this shooting may have been migrants to New Zealand” or even refugees.

  • 19-03-2019

    Burial Update

    The bodies of victims will soon be released to the families as per sources. There will be mass Janazah service. As bodies are released they will be given ghusl and families will have some time to spend with them.

    A mass burial is most likely going to be conducted on Thursday or Friday.
    The New Zealand government is planning a memorial service in Christchurch on Friday.

  • 19-03-2019

    Charity Partner Update

    GlobalSadaqah has partnered with NZIIC to channel funds to the families of those effected on the ground.

    New Zealand Islamic Information Centre (NZIIC) is a non-profit organization operating under At Taqwa Trust and is engaged in Dawah work in many cities throughout New Zealand.

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