Photos of gang members consoling mourners after New Zealand mosque attacks go viral

Photos of gang members consoling mourners after New Zealand mosque attacks go viral

- The community of Christchurch, New Zealand has recently been shaken after the terrorist attack that occurred on March 15, Friday

- Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern went to Hagley College to console the families of the victims

- Aside from her visit, members of the street gang Mongrel Mob were also spotted comforting the attendees

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Two days have passed after the terror attack that transpired in the city of Christchurch in New Zealand. 28 year old Brenton Tarrant have killed 49 people and injured 39 people after his attack on two mosques located in Christchurch.

Following the horrifying turn of events, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern visited Hagley College to personally console the victims’ families.

KAMI also learned that the community of Christchurch were also visited by Mongrel Mob, a street gang, who were spotted comforting fellow mourners and attendees.

Photos of gang members consoling mourners after New Zealand mosque attacks go viral

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Photos of gang members consoling mourners after New Zealand mosque attacks go viral

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Photos of gang members consoling mourners after New Zealand mosque attacks go viral

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According to LAD Bible, Arden also visited the hospital where the 39 people who were injured during the attack were being treated. The Prime Minister also traveled to Canterbury Refugee Centre and donned a black headscarf to show her respect.

Photos of gang members consoling mourners after New Zealand mosque attacks go viral

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Photos of gang members consoling mourners after New Zealand mosque attacks go viral

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The said visit of Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and Mongrel Mob garnered reactions among netizens.

“I have so much respect for New Zealanders, you guys are so humble and kind.”
“People who finds these kinds of attacks right should be labelled just as shameful as the attackers. No matter what race or religion you are from it's not acceptable to act in this manner.”
“Thats what cool bikers do in 2019. Give out hugs.”
“All my respect to my fellow New Zealanders from all different backgrounds and cultures for showing humanity and empathy at this time.”
“You are able to overcome evil with love and compassion. We have to be there for each other, praying for New Zealanders.”
Photos of gang members consoling mourners after New Zealand mosque attacks go viral

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As reported earlier by KAMI, terrifying mass shootings happened at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand. According to the authorities, there were several people who died and one person was in custody. There were reports claiming that the gunman broadcasted the incident live on social media.

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