Saudi King and Crown Prince strongly denounce NZ-Mosque Terrorist attack


Riyadh – Saudi Leadership has strongly denounced the Terrorist attack on Two mosques of New Zealand that shook the entire world on Friday which killed 49 Muslim worshipers and injured over 40 people when a Kiwi terrorist opened fire at them.

King Salman bin Abdulaziz sent a cable of condolences to the Governor-General of New Zealand Dame Patsy Reddy to express heartfelt support to the victims and their families.

Later, Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman also sent similar cable of condolences to the Governor-General to reassure Saudi Arabia’s collective role in combatting terrorism.

King and the Crown Prince wished speedy recovery of the injured victims and prayed for the patience of the bereaved families.

Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) has also issued official condemnation through its General Secretary Dr. Yousuf Ahmed al-Othaimeen, where he strongly denounced the terrorist attack and expressed utter shock and grief the Muslims across the world are going through. He prayed God to have mercy on the slain Muslims and to impart endurance to the bereaved families.

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