THREAD— Al Jazeera English (@AJEnglish) March 25, 2019
Days after the Christchurch massacre, New Zealand banned assault rifles.
But in Australia, the right-wing @OneNationAus party wants to weaken gun laws with the help of the NRA.
Our 3 year undercover investigation reveals#HowToSellAMassacre https://t.co/6qaeVwbJV3 pic.twitter.com/9UjAIyoWnB
New Zealand took less than a week to ban military-style weapons after the Christchurch mosque attacks.— Bernie Sanders (@BernieSanders) March 26, 2019
It has been 405 days since Parkland.
It has been 2,293 days since Sandy Hook.
It is past time that we take on the NRA and pass gun safety legislation.
Last week, Waleed travelled to Christchurch and sat down with New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern to find out how she and her country have been coping through its darkest days... #TheProjectTV pic.twitter.com/AwFcSZBTyu— The Project (@theprojecttv) March 25, 2019
New Zealand: At an anti-racism, anti-fascism event in memory of the victims of the Christchurch mosque attacks, a speaker says he believes Israel is responsible. pic.twitter.com/62YTkLv5Rt— Andy Ngo (@MrAndyNgo) March 27, 2019
We are not even 6 months out from the Pittsburgh massacre.— Ilhan Omar (@IlhanMN) March 26, 2019
We are not even 2 weeks out from the Christchurch massacre.
Yet the topic Netanyahu chose to focus on was…me.
"I am not afraid to say I feel Mossad is behind this." - #Christchurch mosque community leader at Hate Racism Love Aetorea (NewZealand) rally.— Partisangirl 🇸🇾 (@Partisangirl) March 26, 2019
A guy in the crowd shouts "It's the Truth" pic.twitter.com/YUCPA0Do8u
Must read this fine piece by Harsh Mander on the contrast between the response of the New Zealand PM on the Christchurch mosque hate killings & the response of our PM to hate killings herehttps://t.co/YY0gUfje22— Prashant Bhushan (@pbhushan1) March 26, 2019
Haka is both a way to show empathy and frustration in a time of mourning. Indigenous studies expert Komene Kururangi explains how Māori people in NZ are using it after the Christchurch attack pic.twitter.com/NFFF7UFZpC— NowThis (@nowthisnews) March 25, 2019
Mother of Australian terrorist who killed 50 Muslims in Christchurch: my son deserves death penalty. Says she’s angry by his act.— Rifat Jawaid (@RifatJawaid) March 25, 2019
Mother of Gurgaon goon who entered Muslim family’s house and thrashed them: Angry because govt is not listening to us and listening to mullahs. pic.twitter.com/7s2pfGHnZF
Musician Yusuf Islam, commonly known as Cat Stevens, will be performing alongside Marlon Williams, Hollie Smith and Teeks at a National Remembrance Service for victims of the Christchurch mosque attacks this Friday.https://t.co/uejUYgEqhK— RNZ (@radionz) March 27, 2019
What we learned from analyzing thousands of stories on the Christchurch shooting https://t.co/rtD96ariyC via @cjr— Ethan Zuckerman (@EthanZ) March 26, 2019
New @mediacloud research shows tension between efforts to limit the killer's notoriety, and what information spreads on social media.