Breaking down New Zealand's gun laws in wake of deadly mosque shooting

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"I'm sure this bloody crime doesn't represent the New Zealanders". We offer our deepest condolences.

Moe was asked if he was at all concerned about the safety of Muslims in Saskatchewan following word that Saskatoon police were increasing patrols around mosques in the city. Two other people were in custody but had not been charged and the third did not appear to be connected to the shootings.

Recalling posters that attempted to implicate Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) to the September 11 terrorist attacks, Jenkins told hosts Brian Becker and John Kiriakou that such messaging "lends itself to what we saw last night [in New Zealand]".

The manifesto also included a single reference to US President Donald Trump in which the author asked and answered the question of whether he was a Trump supporter: "As a symbol of renewed white identity and common goal?"

It said Conservatives stand with Muslims around the world to "reaffirm our commitment to building a world where every people, of every faith, can live in freedom and peace together".

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said Saturday the country's national gun laws will change after at least 49 worshippers were shot dead in the two mosques in Christchurch. The police said there were also multiple improvised explosive devices attached to vehicles as part of the attack.

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Communities across the globe are paying their respects to those who lost their lives in Friday's terror attacks in New Zealand.

Taking to Twitter to express his distaste, Kjellberg wrote, "Just heard news of the devastating reports from New Zealand Christchurch".

On a bunch of pink lilies one family had written a card to "our Muslim brothers and sisters".

From what we know, it does appear to have been well planned.

Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer issued two statements on the terrorist attacks in New Zealand on Friday - the second after being criticized for not mentioning in the first that the attack was against Muslims at mosques during their Friday prayers.

In York Region, police assigned their helicopter, Air2, to patrol over Baitul Islam Mosque on Jane Street in Maple.

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He said he never would have expected anything like this could happen in Christchurch.

"Please pray for me and for my daughter".

While his manifesto and video were a clear ploy for infamy, they do contain important clues for a public trying to understand why anyone would target dozens of innocent people who were simply spending an afternoon engaged in prayer.

"With these tragic events we want to assure our community that we're out there and we are taking note of what took place".

Relief groups like the New Zealand Red Cross are already helping the community register missing persons, connect with loved ones, or mark themselves safe.

The Chicago office of the Council on American-Islamic Relations said it was not aware of any threats locally but urged mosques and Muslim centers "to take increased security precautions".

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In Durham Region, police echoed the same as Peel Region officers, saying they were in contact with imams and had stepped up uniformed patrols around mosques.