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What Australia did during the Azan in New Zealand

What Australia did during the Azan in New Zealand

The sound of the call to prayer was heard in New Zealand yesterday. A two-minute silence was observed in the country on Friday, a week after half a hundred worshipers were killed in two mosques in Christchurch in an attack by a white racist. Australia did during the Azan in New Zealand

New Zealand’s neighbor Australia paid tribute to the victims. News Dawn. The call to prayer at the Al Noor Mosque in Christchurch is broadcast live from a broadcasting center in New Zealand.

As the call to prayer resounded across the country, injured people, including Prime Minister Jasinda Ardan, stood in a park opposite the mosque and observed silence.

People in neighboring Australia also took to the streets during the call to prayer to pay their respects to the victims. Many were shopping in the market. They also stood in that position. They also observed 2 minutes of silence.

A muezzin wearing a white hat called Allahu Akbar at half past noon. Thousands of people observed a two-minute silence at Hagley Park in Christchurch.

One week has passed since the attack in Christchurch killed half a hundred worshipers. Today, Friday, the first Friday prayers were performed after the repair of Al Noor Mosque. Thousands of devotees have taken part in it.

Brenton Tarrant, a man of Australian descent, was shot dead during Friday prayers at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand. – Jugantar

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