Christchurch massacre: Hatred loses as 'Love for Peace' wins

Christchurch massacre: Hatred loses as 'Love for Peace' wins
Christchurch: People from all around the world mourned the victims and expressed solidarity with the affected families who lost their loved ones in a terror attack on two mosques in New Zealand's Christchurch city.

People, despite their religious and cultural differences, paid tribute to the victims of Christchurch massacre. Unable to reach the two particular mosques that were attacked, mourners piled up floral tributes and cards inscribed with supportive messages in front of different mosques.


The act conveyed a great message of 'Love and Peace' as opposed to those who usher in darkness and hatred by killing innocent people.



The outpouring of support for the Muslim community was so large that outside some mosques there was nowhere for well-wishers to park.


Some messages read, “We love you”, “We are one” and “Forever changed”.


In Australia, the response to the massacre was similarly heartfelt, with tributes pouring into mosques across the country.


New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern travelled to Christchurch to comfort the Muslim community. At the Canterbury Refugee Resettlement and Resources Centre and delivered a message of unity to the country's Islamic community. She reaffiremed that New Zealand is united in this time of grief.