New Zealand mosque attacks influence not only Muslims in New Zealand, but Quebec Muslims describe feeling “indescribable pain”

Quebec City mosque attendee Kais Chaouache says, “I don't know why they're targeting our community.”

By Sohaila Barghash

Mr. Chauache added, “We integrate well everywhere in the world. We try to be ambassadors of peace.”

People around the world grieve this tragic incident, as Muslims take over the streets in rebellion against the cruel, inhumane hate crimes against the community.

Muslims in Quebec encountered a similar mosque attack two years ago, one which killed six people.

They shared their grieve with the Muslim community in New Zealand, saying they are “deeply troubled” by today’s shootings at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, leaving dozens dead and injured.

Today marks a historical day that portrays injustice, cruelty and the lack of safety everywhere, with thousands condemning the attacks, some of whom experienced the pain of the families who lost members today as they have been through similar tragedies.

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