Muslim Peace Coalition, a coalition of organizations and activists, condemns in the strongest terms the well-planned barbaric terrorist massacre that was perpetrated at the New Zealand mosques during the Muslim Friday (noon Sabbath services. This well coordinated terrorist attack has claimed more than a hundred victims, half of whom have already died and many more are critically injured.
MPC urges the mosques in the US to arrange for absentia funeral services called Salatul Ghayeb during the Friday Sabbath services that take places usually around 1 PM on March 15, 2019.
MPC also urged the Muslims to demand police protection at the mosques and to hire professional security services as there is a serious concern about copy cat attacks and because the violent Islamophobic network is a lose international net work where the terrorists and extremists plan and exhort violence using the social media and the internet
“We blame the Islamophobic propaganda for this massacre which has now become politically acceptable in many countries including the US because of the opportunist elements among the politicians and in the media who have joined the bandwagon of the religious extremists, ultranationalists and White supremacists,” said Dr. Shaik Ubaid, the Co-Chair of the Muslim Peace Coalition. “Even the President of the US has been guilty of Islamophobic hatemongering as admitted by the terrorist mass murderer in New Zealand. The terrorists belonging to the RSS in India, Ma Ba Tha in Burma, Kach in Israel regularly praise and quote the President,” Dr Ubaid pointed out March 15th which is a famous date in history because of the assassination of Julius Caesar of Rome will now live forever in infamy because of this massacre,” declared Dr. Ubaid
Muslim Peace Coalition also thanked the leaders of faith groups and human rights organizations who have steadfastly stood with the Muslims over the last many years
The Australian-born suspect who shot dead dozens of Muslim worshippers in Christchurch, New Zealand, has published a manifesto praising US President Donald Trump and Anders Breivik, the Norwegian white supremacist who murdered 77 people in Norway in 2011.