After New Zealand terror shoot, Christchurch students paid a touching Rugby tribute next to the mosque
On 15th March, the entire world shocked with the news that a terrorist has killed 49 innocent Muslim souls in Christchurch. With a few minutes gap, a terrorist has attacked Al Noor Mosque and the Linwood Islamic Centre in Christchurch, New Zealand, during Friday Prayer on 15 March 2019.
Later, Newzealand PM Jacinda Ardern has worn Muslim hijab and paid her condolences. Her act during that painful situation has won the hearts of millions across the globe. Her pain and the solidarity towards the Muslim Brotherhood proved to the world how a true leader has to be.
Her great words are gems which everyone has to be followed. Especially, today the way she quoted about the use of social media is truly wonderful. Coming to the main point, Christchurch students paid a touching tribute to the Muslim bethren in a rugby way.
Yes, they performed Baka war cry next to the mosques. This Baka is a war cry in rugby to intimidate opponents. And it also a sign of respect. This Youngsters' act is now winning the hearts.
Yes, we are tenants in the world. The only thing we have to do is sow the seeds of love and ripe the crops of laughter across the universe.
Baka is a war cry in rugby to intimidate opponents and also a sign of respect. Young students performed this ritual next to the mosque where attacks happened. A touching way to pay tribute!— Harsh Goenka (@hvgoenka) March 19, 2019