Days of Palestine

Saturday, January 28

Hamas condemns terror act in Christchurch, New Zealand

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The national Palestinian movement Hamas vehemently condemned the terror act which was perpetrated by a gunman in two central mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand on Friday.

This heinous  act of violence highlights once again that terrorism has no religion or origin. Rather, terror is a faith fueled by hate speech that is promoted by some parties, such as the current US administration, Hamas said.

In a statement, Hamas called on the international community to denounce this appalling and unprecedented act of terror and tackle hate speech promoted by some parties, namely the Israeli occupation.

On the other hand, Hamas emphasized that the Palestinians are the primary sufferers of the horrific outcomes of terrorism, owing to the Israeli occupation's terror  acts perpetrated against them on a daily basis. Just days ago, the Palestinians lamented the anniversary of Haram Al-Ibrahimi Massacre committed in 1994 by an Israeli extremist who killed 15 Palestinian worshippers during Fajir prayer and injured dozens.