AFP Christchurch, New Zealand
Mar 22, 2019, 06.42 AM
Thousands of New Zealanders gathered in Christchurch on Friday to honour the 50 Muslim worshippers killed one week ago by a white supremacist, with a call to prayer broadcast around the country and a two-minute silence.
The gunman "broke the hearts of millions around the world", said Imam Gamal Fouda, who was leading prayers.
"Today, from the same place, I look out and I see the love and compassion," he said. "New Zealand is unbreakable."
The gunman 'broke the hearts of millions around the world', said Imam Gamal Fouda, who was leading prayers.