OTTAWA: Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Tuesday has condemned the brutal massacre of the Muslims during Friday prayers in Christchurch, New Zealand.
As per details, he said that such acts are highly condemnable and we cannot ignore the rise in Islamophobia which is the basis of such incidents.
During his address to the Canadian parliament in wake of the deadly attacks on two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand he said, ”We are with our Muslim brothers in these hard times.”
“I urge the global leaders to take concrete measures against hate speech and extremism and we can not neglect loss of innocent lives in New Zealand,” he added.
“It is one of the worst incidents of New Zealand and Islamophobia was the basis of this attack,” he further added.
“We should all work together to eradicate extremism and I am sure that all the hate mongers will be brought to justice,” concluded Trudeau.