“Anti-Muslim virus” and “fascism”: Asia condemned the terrorist attack in New Zealand

KIEV. March 15. UNN. Political and spiritual leaders of Asia have expressed their disgust for the terrorist attack in mosques in New Zealand, including that claimed the lives of their fellow citizens. Among the statements in relation to terrorists were present, in particular, accusations of fascism, reports UNN with reference to Reuters.

“Indonesia strongly condemns this shooting, especially at the place of worship,” said the Minister of foreign Affairs of Indonesia, the differentiated Marsudi. According to media reports, six Indonesians attended the worship service, interrupted the attack. The three of them managed to escape, the fate of three is unknown.

“I am deeply saddened by this uncivilized act that contradicts humanitarian values and claimed the lives of innocent people. We Express our deep condolences and sympathy to the families of the victims and the people of New Zealand,” said the leader of the ruling party of Malaysia Anwar Ibrahim. One Malaysian was injured on the results of the attack.

“This attack shows what has made hostility to Islam and Muslims. We have seen many times Islamophobic discourse against Islam and Muslims, which turns into a vicious and murderous ideology. The world must raise its voice against this discourse and need to stop Islamophobic fascist terrorism,” said a spokesman for Turkish President Ibrahim Kalin.

“The anti-Muslim virus is spreading around the world. People of all religions should be concerned about this,” says the founder of all India Muslim Council, a non-governmental research organization, Kamal faruki.

“My thoughts relate to the family of Afghan origin who was shot and killed during this terrible incident,” responded the Ambassador of Afghanistan in Australia, New Zealand and Fiji Wahidullah Weiss on the news of the murder of three Afghan civilians.

As reported UNN, the number of shooting victims in mosques in New Zealand increased to 49.

We will remind, today in New Zealand, there was a mass murder in a mosque. The striker made manifest and aired the attack. It is also called “to kill Merkel and Erdogan” .

Police arrested four suspects – three men and one woman. After the attack the threat level in New Zealand increased from low to high.

The Prime Minister of New Zealand Jacinda Ardern called the attack a local mosque terrorist attack .