The latest global response to two deadly mosques in New Zealand (local time):
The Iranian Foreign Minister says that the bigotry of Western countries has sparked attacks on Muslims in New Zealand
Mohammad Yav Zarif said: "Crime in Western" democracies ", which promotes careers, determines."
Zarif also said that "prejudices prompted" the prey of Israel to enter the mosque in Palestine Muslims.
The Iranian Foreign Minister criticized the West for "defending Muslim demonization as" freedom of speech "and demanded its end.
Earlier on Friday, Iran condemned the attack on two Krakow city mosques and asked its government to bring those who had carried out a "racist, inhuman and barbaric" attack on justice.
Indonesian President Yoko condemned the violence that occurred in two mosques in New Zealand with a city of at least 49 people dying
"Indonesia Strongly Condemns Such Violence" – Working Visit Joko Widodo told reporters in North Sumatra, Indonesia, and I also express my deepest sympathy for the victims of the attacks. "
Widodo said he was told about the attacks by Foreign Minister Retno Marsudi, and his government is still collecting information. He urged Indonesian citizens to increase their vigilance in New Zealand
at 3 pm.
The Hungarian President sent a telegram to the Governor of New Zealand, expressing all the Hungarian compassion for their families and friends. Victim's "Ruthless Attack" Against Two Christchurch's Forests
President Jan Ader said he was "very shocked" by the news and wanted the injured to recover quickly and completely.
Ader said, "In these difficult hours, we all express our condolences to those who mourn their loved ones lost as a result of this pointless terror attack.
President Donald Trump expresses "the warmest sympathy and best wishes to the people of New Zealand after the" horrific massacres in mosques ".
Short on Friday, when the White House issued a statement condemning the attacks in two city mosques, Christchurch, who left at least 49 people, died
The White House press secretary Sarah Sanders described the attack as "a vicious act of hatred". She says the US stands "in solidarity" with the people of New Zealand.
The New Zealand police said at least 49 people were killed on Friday in two mosques in the picturesque town of South Island. More than 20 were seriously injured. Muslim leaders claim that mass shooting was evidence of violence against Islam.
Short condemned that "the innocent people died so futile" and added: "The US stands for New Zealand for all we can do.
Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheich Hasina has sent a message to his New Zealand colleague Jacind Arderne expressing a "deep shock" and condemning the attacks on
Hasina's press wing said the prime minister on Friday
The international cricket match between New Zealand and Bangladesh was canceled after the players from the guest team narrowly avoided mass shooting in one
The chairman of the Bangladesh Cricket Board says the team is safe in a closed hotel in Christchurch.
Pope Francis condemns "meaningless acts of violence" in the shooting and prayer for the Muslim community of Christchur Czech Republic and all New Zealanders.
On Friday's compassion telegram, Francis offered his solidarity and prayers to the victims and those who mourned the lost loved ones, and noted that it was particularly
He said he was "very sad to learn about the meaningless acts of violence in two mosques in Christchurch, and he guarantees all the inhabitants of New Zealand, especially the Muslim community, sincere solidarity after these attacks.
The message sent by the Vatican Secretary of State ended: "By telling those who died in the merciful mercy of the Almighty God, Pope Francis relies on the blessings of divine comfort and power to the people.
Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte sent his condolences to the victims of New Zealand's mosque attacks,
on Friday, calling Conte a "scary", noting that the victims "suffered when they was a place of prayer. All forms of intolerance, hatred and violence are unacceptable.
The Iranian Ministry of Foreign Affairs condemned the attack on two New Zealand mosques
Friday, a Iranian state TV said: Bahram Ghasemi, a ministry spokesman, condemned the shooting as a "terrorist attack."
Iranian Ambassador to New Zealand, Jalaleddin Namini, told Iranian state television that Iranians are not among the killed or injured.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel sent a telegram to the Prime Minister of New Zealand, expressing her condolences after the attack on two Christian mosques.
"It's a deceptive attack on worshipers and their prayer homes," Merkel said. “The attack on Muslim citizens is also an attack on New Zealand's democracy and an open and tolerant society. We share these values and also the horror of New Zealand.
Merkel says she is sympathetic to the victims and wants a quick recovery of the wounded.
Queen Elizabeth II expressed her condolences to the people of New Zealand after attacks on mosques in Christchurch.
Monarch sent a message to the Governor of New Zealand, saying "sad terrible events in Krakow today. Prince Philip and I will send sympathy to the families and friends of those who have lost their lives.
Monarch honored helpdesks and volunteers providing support to the injured.
She says: "In this tragic time, my thoughts and prayers are with all New Zealanders.
The great Imam of the Al-Azhar of Egypt, a respected 1000-year-old son, has condemned the mosque attacks in New Zealand, warning of the "serious consequences of incitement to hatred".
Sheikh Ahmed El-Tayeb said that today's shooting is "worrying about the importance of intolerance to racist groups," adding that the attack reflects "the serious consequences of incitement to hatred, xenophobia and the spread of Islamophobia".
He called for more effort to promote the principles of tolerance between different religions and cultures and expressed his condolences to the families of the victims  ———  2:10 pm
The officials of Western-backed Palestinian Authority and Islamic militant group Hamas have strongly condemned attacks on two New Zealand forests.
Chief Palestinian negotiator Saeb Erekat says he is expanding "prayers and tears" to the victims' families. Erekatas condemned "the use of religion for political purposes" on Twitter on Friday, recalling past attacks on places of worship, including Israeli citizen Baruch Goldstein, Palestinian worshipers at Ibrahim Mosque in West Bank, Hebron, and the attack in Pittsburgh
Hamas, which manages Gaza , called slaughter in New Zealand "a cruel crime against worshipers in their mosques".
The Hamas spokesman Hazem Qassem said the attack confirmed that "terrorism has no religion. .. is the result of incitement against Islam and Muslims.
Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu says "irresponsible" politicians and media bodies promoting xenophobia, Islamophobic tendencies and incitement to hatred against Muslims are equally responsible for attacks against Two New Zealand mosques as "despicable" attackers.
Speakers at a joint European press conference In Brussels, officials from Cavusoglu also said Friday that two Turkish citizens identified as Mustafa Bozt and Zekeriya Tuyan were injured in the attack but were not life threatening.
The Turkish authorities still tried to get information about the third He said that a Turkish citizen
Cavusoglu said: "The EU and European countries should not take into account attacks and hate speech against Muslims and our religion as freedom of speech and democracy and take precautions
The world's largest organization representing Muslim people condemned the attack on New Zealand's mosques, which killed at least 49 people.
Youssef al -Othaimen, Secretary General of the 57th Islamic Cooperation Organization, said on Friday that "the future was an additional warning about the obvious danger of hatred, intolerance and Islamophobia".
Al-Othaime urged New Zealand to give more prayers Report on Muslim communities living in the country.
He also expressed his condolences to the mass shooting victims
OIC is in Yiddah, Saudi Arabia.
The Norwegian Prime Minister, who murdered eight years ago from the right-handed people, expressed solidarity with New Zealand after the deadly attacks on two mosques
Erna Solberg told Norwegian to NRK, "although this is worldwide, it is a great reminder of how important it is to help all of us reduce tension, fight extremism, and show solidarity with each other when that happens."
2011 m. July. Confessed by the Norwegian right-wing extremists Anders Behring Breivik killed 77 people. Like the planned New Zealand invader, he announced an online manifest before the attacks
"It looks like a terrorist attack from the far right against immigrants and refugees," Solberg said. to fight extremism in all its forms.
Arabian Gulf countries condemn the attack on New Zealand's mosques, which killed at least 49 people
Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates has given his condolences on Friday through an attack
Saudi Arabia said one of its citizens was easily injured but survived.
The ruler of Dubai, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, expressing his condolences, noting that "on a day of peace as a Friday and a place of worship as a mosque, we have seen the most cruel crime of religious hatred."
Noon's Prayer on Friday is an integral part of Islam life, the day when all practicing Muslims
Japan's highest government spokesman has offered sympathy to the victims of New Zealand's mosque attacks and says Japan is the people of that country.
Chief Secretary Yoshihide Suga, at a regular conference on Friday, expressed his "sincere condolences" to the victims of the shooting and their families, at the same time expressing his condolences to the injured.
Suga expressed 'solidarity with the people of New Zealand. "
The Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs provided emergency safety advice to Japanese citizens in this area, urging them to stay indoors and follow the instructions of the local authorities.
The Ministry also advised Christchurch Japan to closely monitor local knowledge to ensure their security."
The Malaysian government attacked two mosques n New Zealand as a terrorist act
Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad said he had regretted the incident and urged the New Zealand government to do everything
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs said that two Malaysian people were injured and
"Malaysia strongly condemns this pointless terrorist attack on innocent civilians and hopes that those responsible for this barbaric crime will be Grab Criminal Response
The Swedish Foreign Minister, Margot Wallstrom, said "shocked Christchurch's attack, saying" We condemn terrorism in all its forms ".
The Danish Foreign Minister Anders Samuelsen also commented that "extremism has once again shown its ugly face."
The Danish Jewish Community, which was directed to 2015. February. The attack, where a guard was shot and killed, was also a shock to the New Zealand attack.
After a deadly attack on two New Zealand forests, France is stepping up security measures in mosques and other religious sites
French Minister of the Interior Christophe Castaner tweeted on Friday that he had ordered regional prefects to send patrols and to reinforce the care of worship sites for "precautionary reasons".
French President Emmanuel Macron, also in conversations, condemned "terrible crimes against New Zealand's mosques" and said France would cooperate with international partners
The Rector of the Grand Mosque of Paris condemned the attack in Christchurch, which left at least 49 dead.
France lives in the largest Muslim community in Western Europe. Although French Muslim and Jewish areas are accidentally directed to vandalism, France has not seen a major attack on the type of mosque that is directed to New Zealand.
Mayor of London Sadiq Khan expressed solidarity with the people of New Zealand after the attacks on Christians in two Christchurch mosques.
Khan said on Friday that the news is "heart painful".
He says: "London stands with Christchurch in the face of this terrible terrorist attack. London will always celebrate the diversity that some seek to destroy.
Khan tried to persuade Muslim communities in London after the attacks, saying that metropolitan police would be seen outside the mosque. 19659002] The London mosques were in the past. One person died and some others were injured in 2017, when Darren Osborne drove a van to people leaving the evening prayer. Prosecutors argue that Osborne was motivated by Muslim hatred and radicalized in the far right propaganda he found online.
Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez says he was shocked by the "scary attacks" that killed dozens of worshipers who had taken part in Friday's prayers at the two New Zealand capital's Christchurch mosques.
In a chat sent on Friday, Sanchez complained to the victims, her families and the New Zealand government
. We strongly condemn the violence and the lack of fanatics and extremists who want to end our society, said Sanchez.
The German Foreign Minister says attacks against two mosques in Christchurch are a "cruel crime" that touches the people of all the world's religions
in two foreign tweets Minister Heiko Maas said on Friday that German sympathies were related to friends and families of victims of attacks
says: "The terrible terrorist attack in Christchurch peacefully prayed to Muslims – if people were killed solely for their religion, this is an attack on all of us."
Ma says, "We are on the side of the victims.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan urges Western states to take rapid action to prevent the rise of racism against Islam and Muslims, by saying new attacks, such as: otherwise, New Zealand's mass shots would be "inevitable".
Speaking of a former minister's funeral on Friday, Erdogan once again condemned the attack on two mosques in Christchurch.
Erdogan said: "It is clear that the understanding that a killer who has also directed our country, our people and my person, has quickly represented Western communities as a cancer. "It was an obvious reference to reports that the suspect left 74-70 years
. Erdogan went on to say:" I urge the Western countries to take measures against this dangerous turn, which is a threat to all humanity. "
———  11:35 [1965m9002] The Prime Minister of Pakistan condemned the attacks on two New Zealand mosques, saying he accused of rising Islamophobia.
Imran Khan wrote on Twitter on Friday that "terrorism has no religion."
He added: "I am accusing them of increasing terrorist attacks against the current Islamophobia after 11/11, when Islam is $ 1.3 billion. Muslims are generally accused of any Muslim terrorist act.
Pakistani officials say there are no Pakistani citizens among the dead
. In the last decade, Pakistan has seen some attacks on worship sites, especially targeted at its minority Shiite community.
Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen also mentions his sympathy.
Tsai said: "I'm totally sad about mass shooting at Christchurch, #NewZealand. My thoughts go to the victims and their families.
Supreme Diplomat in the United Arab Emirates, Compassion for the Attack on New Zealand's Mosques, Death
UAE Foreign Minister Anwar Gargash tweeted a "sincere sympathy" to New Zealand on Friday.
Gargash wrote: "Our collective work against violence and hatred must be continued again. Our thoughts and prayers are with the families of the victims.
The UAE, the seven Sheikhdoms federation located in the Arabian Peninsula, lives for foreigners from Australia and New Zealand, and the country is a strong Western ally  ———
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan condemned attacks on mosques in New Zealand, Christchurch, calling it "the latest example of racism and Islamophobia".
On Friday in English and Turkish, Erdogan said: "On behalf of my country, I am compassionate to the Islamic world and to the people of New Zealand for whom this miserable act has been directed."
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said 40 people were attacked by two mosques
Turkish private NTV channels quoted Turkish embassy officials saying there were no Turkish citizens among the dead. 19659166]