Bagansiapiapi- Teror attack that killed at least 50 Muslim on last friday in the Christchurch mosque by an Australian gunman, 28-year-old Tarrant, have made react leaders from across organization in the world. They expressed condemnation at the deadly shooting at two mosques at the same time.
The leader one of organization in Sumatera, Rokan Hilir Regency, Riau Province, Indonesia bond of Muslim scholars, dr H Suratmin SpA, condemned the deadly attack on the mosques. He said, there hasn't been terrorist activity motivated by religion.
" The New Zealand government must reveal the motives behind the attack in Al Noor Moesque," Suratmin Said to Forletnews.
Suratmin spokesman what he called to all muslim not to be provoked and to continue to show tolerance to all religious people. He also conveyed his sympathies to the families of victims the tragedy bleed moesque.
‘I would like to express my deepest sorrow over the Al Noor and Linwood Mosque. I would like to offer my condolences to the victims’ families and relatives. I also offer my condolences to the Indonesia people and wish them to be strong to endure this tragedy," it add.
Before, The New Zealand Prime Minister told media in Christchurch the guns in the attack "appeared to be modified", meaning a "raft of issues" were on the table in upcoming gun law changes, not just a potential semi-automatic weapon ban.
"The individual charged was in custody 36 minutes after receiving the first call," Ms Ardern said, and described the "two rural community cops from Lincoln" who made the arrest as having "put New Zealand first". (Am)