Une semaine après les attentats qui ont visé deux mosquées en Nouvelle-Zélande, faisant une cinquantaine de victimes, les populations du pays ont rendu un nouvel hommage à ces derniers. Dans ce sens, les femmes ont porté le Hijab pour montrer leur solidarité envers la communauté musulmane.
Women put on head scarfs as they arrive at the funeral for two of those killed in the mosque attacks at Memorial Park Cemetery in Christchurch on March 21, 2019. – A teenager who dreamed of playing in goal for Manchester United was among the latest victims of New Zealand’s twin mosque massacre to be buried as funerals resumed Thursday. Hundreds of mourners, including many schoolchildren, gathered for an emotional farewell to Sayyad Milne, a 14-year-old football-mad youngster who was among the 50 people who died in last Friday’s rampage by a white supremacist. (Photo by Marty MELVILLE / AFP) (Photo credit should read MARTY MELVILLE/AFP/Getty Images)[/caption]
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