Quebec City mosque shooter ‘very affected’ by New Zealand massacre: lawyers
|globalnews.ca 15 Mar 2019 at 10:20|
“The mothers will remember the 29th, when they ran to get husbands who were killed by Alexandre Bissonnette.”
Benabdallah added that amid the mourning, it is time to speak out against extremism in all its forms.
“We must get back to work once again to explain, to tell these extremists of all stripes who politicize religion, like extremists who use race as a basis for discrimination, that we must change,” Benabdallah said.
“The world cannot continue like this.”
The Christchurch shootings come days after Crown prosecutors filed an appeal handed down to the Quebec City killer.