Prime Minister Ardern said Monday she will reveal the decisions her Cabinet members have reached about reforming New Zealand's gun laws within the following days.
Ardern has won plaudits for her handling of the worst mass shooting in New Zealand's modern history, in particular the empathy she has shown to the country's Muslim community.
On the heels of the worldwide law enforcement bulletin, he says there is a real concern about copycat attacks, and that's why there is an increased police presence both in Christchurch and across New Zealand. "There can not be the case of all profit, no responsibility". Cahill says they will now have to talk about changing that gun policy.
Accused gunman Brenton Tarrant appears in a New Zealand court March 16, 2019.
Another six have been identified and will be returned shortly.
"This massacre completely contradicts all religious beliefs alerting us to the the importance of a cooperative New Zealand program to fight terrorism, which has no religion", says the official page of the Israeli Embassy "Arabic Israel".
Speaking at a campaign rally in the northern town of Eregli, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Tuesday called on New Zealand to amend its laws to ensure that the attacker is severely punished.
Ardern on Monday acknowledged that the reforms might make some gun owners nervous, particularly those in the country's rural areas, but sought to assure them that the coming changes were not directed at legitimate gun owners.
Dressed in black, the 38-year-old leader opened her remarks in parliament with the symbolism of the greeting uttered across the Islamic world.
"On Friday, it will be a week since the attack".
The social media giant said it had removed 1.5 million versions of the video in the first 24 hours, but Ardern expressed frustration that the gruesome footage was still circulating. "Why do I not know what you are going through to identify the body?"
She also had announced an inquiry into the intelligence and security services' failures to detect the risk from the attacker or his plans.
"But it also means being free from the fear of those sentiments of racism and hate that create a place where violence can flourish", Ardern said.
New Zealand's global spy agency, the Government Communications Security Bureau, confirmed in a statement that it had not received any relevant information or intelligence ahead of the shootings.
Thirty people were still being treated at the Christchurch hospital, nine of them in critical condition, said David Meates, CEO of the Canterbury District Health Board. Aziz's actions are believed to have saved many lives at the Linwood mosque, where seven of the 50 victims were killed. A 4-year-old girl was transferred to a hospital in Auckland and is in critical condition.
Kawthar Abulaban, 54, who survived the shooting at the Al Noor Mosque, came to the burial site to see the preparations.