Erdogan Condemned European’s Silence over Terror Attacks in New Zealand

Ankara, MINA – Turkish President, Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Monday criticized the attitude of silent European countries regarding the terror attacks of two mosques in New Zealand.

At least 50 people were killed and several others were in critical condition when a terrorist opened fire worshipers at Al-Noor and Linwood mosques in Christchurch City, New Zealand.

In an interview with Turkish television, Erdogan said he was concerned about European’s attitude to the issue, the Anadolu Agency (AA) reported Tuesday.

In a statement, Erdogan said terrorist attacks in New Zealand was not an individual act but had been arranged.

“This is not an individual act, but it has been arranged,” Erdogan said, referring to the terrorist act which lives broadcast on social media.

Earlier, New Zealand Prime Minister, Jacinda Ardern also stressed that the terror attacks in two mosques in Christchurch City were neatly designed terrorist.

He even called terrorist attacks on Muslims who were on Friday Prayer to be one of the darkest histories.

“This and will be one of the blackest days,” he said in a statement to the media on Saturday, as quoted by Al-Jazeera.

Ardern who wore a black veil at a press conference also spoke to a number of members of the Christchurch Muslim community. (T/SjR04)

Mi’raj News Agency (MINA)