TEHRAN (IQNA) – A group of survivors of the 2019 mosque attack in Christchurch, New Zealand, are travelling this week to an annual Islamic pilgrimage for the first time since the tragedy. Families have been grieving since a white supremacist stormed a Christchurch mosque in March 2019, killing 51 people. One of the survivors travelling, Farid Ahmed, said he would carry his wife Husna's memory to the Hajj. “Every day I think about Hajj I think about her, and I have to carry her,” he said. Ahmed said he viewed the Hajj as a peace conference.
Source: Stuff July 04, 2022 06:12 UTC