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The Blue & Gray Press | April 21, 2019

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Staff Ed: Named one of the “darkest days” in the country’s history, 50 killed and 50 injured in New Zealand mosque shootings

Staff Ed: Named one of the “darkest days” in the country’s history, 50 killed and 50 injured in New Zealand mosque shootings

By THE BLUE AND GRAY PRESS EDITORIAL BOARD

Mucaad Ibrahim – 3
Daoud Nabi – 71
Husna Ahmed – 44
Lilik Abdul Hamid – 58
Sayyad Milne – 14
Atta Elayyan – 33
Amjad Hamid – 57
Ansi Alibava – 23
Ali Elmadani – 65
Naeem Rashid – 50
Taha Naeem – 21
Khaled Mustafa 
Hamza Mustafa – 16
Linda Armstrong – 65
Farhaj Ahsan – 30
Syed Jahandad Ali – 34
Hafiz Musa Patel 
Tariq Omar – 24
Syed Areeb Ahmed – 26
Abdullahi Dirie – 4 
Atta Elyan – 30’s
Mohammad Imran Khan 
Junaid Mortara – 35 
Husne Ara Parvin – 42 
Hussein al-Umari 
Maheboob Khokhar – 65
Ramiz Vora – 28
Asif Vora – 56
Ozair Kadir – 25
Zeeshan Raza 
Ghulam Hussain 
Karam Bibi 
Sohail Shahid – 40
Mahboob Haroon – 40
Abdus Samad – 67
Hosne Ara Parvin – 42
Osama Adnan Abu Kweik – 37
Abdul Fattah Qassim al-Daqqah – 59
Kamel Darwish – 38
Munir Suleiman – 68
Ahmed Jamal al-Din Abdul Ghani – 68
Ashraf Morsi 
Ashraf al-Masri 
Matiullah Safi 

These forty-four people and six others were killed in a terrorist attack on two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, police announced Sunday. Fifty others were found wounded, several of whom are in critical condition. They are victims of hatred, Islamophobia, racism, and white supremacy, who were murdered in their places of worship. The Blue and Gray stands against those who propagate these ideas, and we extend our sincerest condolences to the loved ones of these victims and to the country of New Zealand during this devastating time.

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