Moroccan King condemns New Zeland’s mosques’ terrorist attacks

RABAT, Moroccan King Mohammad VI on Friday condemned the terrorist attacks on two mosques in Christchurch city, New Zealand, killing and injuring scores of innocent Muslim worshippers.

King Mohammad VI, in a cable to New Zealand Governor General, expressed strong condemnation of “this racist and terrorist assault which target innocent worshippers, in a heinous violation of worshipping places and universal human values of co-existence and fraternity.” An official statement said the Monarch extended deep condolences for families of the victims and wished speedy recovery for the injured.

The attack on the two mosques killed some 50 people and injured 50 others.

Source: Kuwait News Agency