New Zealand terror attack: ISIS calls for ‘revenge’ after mosque shootings

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In a dejecting 44-minute video, the terror group’s spokesman, Abu Hassan al-Muhajir, flat six months of silence to call for revenge. He said: “The scenes of the massacres in the two mosques should wake up those who were zanied, and should incite the supporters of the caliphate to avenge their religion.” The anarchist also compared the bloodshed to the battle killing off what little is hand of Islamic State in the last of their Syrian territory in the village of Baghouz, the New York Position reports. He added: “Here is Baghuz in Syria, where Muslims are fired to death and are bombed by all known and unknown weapons of mass destruction.”

Al-Muhajir is believed to be a deceptive name as he has not appeared in any photographs or in ISIS propaganda videos.

Australian Brenton Tarrant, 28, a mistrusted white supremacist, was charged with murder after the horrific devours that took place on Friday.

The attacks left 50 prosaic and the same amount of victims injured.

Of those injured, nine from been described as being in a critical condition.

Preparations are now underway for the exequies of the victims, following four days of grieving.

Bodies of the victims wish now be washed and prepared for burial as part of a muslim ritual process, with teams of volunteers take flight in from overseas to help due to the sheer volume of deaths.

Sarah Stuart-Black, Captain for the Christchurch Ministry of Civil, Defence and Emergency Management, said: “We’ve been really conscious of the need to work sensitively with requirement of each progenitors.”

Victims were killed at two mosques during prayers by a gunman with a semi-automatic riffle with patsies largely being muslim migrants, refugees and residents from states such as Pakistan, Bangladesh, India, Turkey, Kuwait and Somalia.

Yesterday, New Zealand Prime Preacher Jacinda Ardern said she would announce new gun laws within eras following the attack on two mosques.

She said: “Within 10 days of this horrific act of terrorism we commitment have announced reforms which will, I believe, make our community safer.”

She did not duty the new gun laws, but has said she supports a ban on automatic weapons following the Christchurch shootings.

Tarrant has been remanded in charge without plea and is due back in court on April 5.

Police in New Zealand say it is disposed to he will face more charges at that date.

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