Respecting the victims, the brutal attacks on Saturday night were as fierce as the New Zealand attacker Costa Barrows. Photo: Collected
After a terrible attack on New Zealand's Christchurch, a non-Muslim footballer protested against the target. Respecting the victims, the brutal attacks on Saturday night were as fierce as the New Zealand attacker Costa Barrows.
Although he was non-Muslim, his respect for such respect and protest was touched by every heart. Barbaraos responded to this unique celebration of goals in social media. All, regardless of religion and caste, praised his fierce protests.
Melbourne Victori won 2: 1 against Brisbane Rauer in the Australian A League on Saturday night. Two wins for Melbourne, Vinger Costa Barrows The 29-year-old New Zealand scored a goal in the 24th minute. Then he bowed his knees in front of his face and stretched out.
Barbaraos himself told Fok Sports after the match that his scep was honored in a brutal attack. He said: "Indeed, it's very devastating. A very emotional day. Nothing (sacrifices) to them, but this is something special.
Earlier on Friday, Turkish Super League footballers paid tribute to him, while Muslims were killed while they were at large. Before the start of the football game, Turkish footballers shouted a taker with the audience.
The whole world regrets the terrible attack on Friday. Cricketers from Bangladesh survived for a while. National player of New Delhi, Atha Alaien, is a member of the national football team. 33-year-old Elaine was a goalkeeper.
Sports players also sympathized and protested.
In the meantime, after a devastating attack, all people in New Zealand were standing next to the Muslim community. After a tragic terrorist attack on two mosques in Christchurch, the media reported on several occasions to the media, the country's prime minister, Jasinad Ardern.
From a press conference, I went to see the injured, asking about them – going alone. Wherever he goes, he speaks with everyone else, he sees himself as a sad person.
Not only were black dresses scared of mourning, but also Muslims in New Zealand carry a pocket necklace on the subject of Muslim solidarity with Muslims in the mosque.
Like all Jasinda Ardan, all the people in New Zealand were standing next to panic Muslims. Shantan loses loved ones The non-Muslim people in the country also organized the movement and security of the Muslims. In protest of the terrible attack on Barbouros, there is no blood religion through the seed.