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49 people were killed in New Zealand –From wynco Limited

Publish:2019/03/16 Company News View:116

Forty-nine people were killed and dozens wounded in well-planned attacks on two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, on Friday. The attacks, New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said, made Friday “one of the country’s darkest days”.

Indiscriminately killing innocent people, including children, seemingly with aim of creating an “atmosphere of fear” and to “incite violence” against a particular group is a typical terrorist act, and all who are righteous-minded should condemn such violence.

This time, as they have been on some occasions before, Muslims were the targets. But hatred and prejudice are on the rise among many disaffected groups in countries around the world, with their grievances nurtured by a sense of exclusion from the wider society.

The attacks in New Zealand are only the latest testimony to the social and ideological splits that have become evident in Western countries. If they continue to indulge anti-immigration and anti-Muslim sentiments and allow intolerance and ethno-nationalism to ferment, such violent acts will only become more frequent, especially since the attacks were broadcast live on social media via wearable cameras attached to the attackers.

It is the first time terrorists resorted to livestreaming to maximize the impact of their behavior. And although the brutal killings look more like a video game, with millions of people circulating the videos, the attackers message of hatred has spread around the world almost simultaneously along with their crimes, and there will no doubt be those willing to emulate the attacks.

Such attacks expose the inability of governments to spot and prevent harmful information from spreading on the internet, and the urgent need for countries to work together to avoid the internet from being harnessed by evil forces.

 

 

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