"The New Zealand Jewish Council has no adequate words to describe how sickened and devastated we are by the coordinated attacks on Christchurch mosques today", Stephen Goodman, the president of the New Zealand Jewish Council told the Jewish Chronicle.
More than $3.5 million in donations has poured in to help the victims of the Christchurch massacre.
Charity crowdfunding page Givealittle has raised nearly $2 million AUD for the families.
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Tso says donation volumes have reached such high levels that there have been technical issues with the givealittle site.
The raised money will be given to families of the victims through the New Zealand Islamic Information Centre (NZIIC), LaunchGood says.
The AP report cites New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, who reportedly called the shootings a well-planned "terrorist attack".
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"If we were to proceed, we would divert crucial emergency services away from their duty", the Wellington International Pride Parade team said in their statement.
Pennsylvania law enforcement officers have increased patrols near local mosques after a pair of terrorist attacks Friday morning in New Zealand killed 49 people at two mosques and left almost as many injured. "I extend my deepest condolences to the family and loved ones of the victims, and to the people of New Zealand".
Who is the New Zealand mosque shooting suspect? NZ is a place where every ethnic group has the freedom to worship their Faith.
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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Twitter that Israel "mourns the wanton murder of innocent worshippers in Christchurch and condemns the brazen act of terror in New Zealand". Tarrant published a 73-page manifesto explaining the reasons for his actions prior to the shooting.