To help Christchurch victims, the zeal of New Zealand’s Sikh community shows that terrorists will never win. The horrific crowd in the two mosques in Christchurch has shaken the world.
People and communities around the world are ahead for help. In New Zealand, the Sikh community has offered its services to look after the arrangements for funeral arrangements for 50 people killed in the terrorist attack.
Auckland-based NGO The Guru Nanak Community Kitchen wrote on Facebook: “We have asked a Muslim representative in Auckland and it has been informed that the Muslim community in Christchurch needs people to insist”.
In the post, people were urged to come out and help in the cleaning of dead bodies, transportation in the graveyard, grave graves and organizing anchors.
Parents will also set up a camp for families of victims who will offer free meals and transportation in Christchurch, as well as help with temporary shelter, emergency clothing, blood donation and financial assistance and/or funeral services.
In the suburb of Linwood, a person from the second mosque was being honored to distract and face the shooter, and to prevent further deaths. The Newsweb website said that 48-year-old Abdul Aziz told the media that he heard the shooting and fled outside the mosque, shouting at the gunman and dragging him away from the building.
Aziz, originally from Afghanistan, said that he picked one of the gunmen’s abandoned weapons and threatened the man who left him. The police hit the gunman’s vehicle and arrested him.