Posted 7th May 2019.
On the 15th March 2019, a terrorist attack took place in New Zealand killing 50 innocent people and injuring many more.
A terrorist is defined as a person who uses unlawful violent and intimidation against civilians for aim (normally political or religious). These are often extreme views not shared by others.
New Zealand’s response:
“We are broken hearted, but we are not broken.”
The Prime Minister of New Zealand, Jacinda Ardern, took the courageous step to leave the gunman nameless, stating that we should place all focus onto the victims, their families and rebuilding the community.