Islamophobia, and the New Zealand terrorist attack

Terror attacks on two mosques in New Zealand have killed scores of people. About 50 others have been wounded. 20 are in a serious condition, raising fears the death toll could rise. One terrorist is widely believed to have carried out both attacks. Police say a 28-year old Australian has been arrested. Two other armed suspects have also been detained. There have been so many horrific acts of terror. The suspected terrorist behind the attacks on Mosques in new-Zealand is widely believed to be a man called Brenton Tarrant. He has appeared in court charged with murder. Before carrying out the massacre, Tarrant published a so-called manifesto to justify his actions. The document is filled with Islamaphobic statements and a white supremacist far-right ideology

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