"Over the weekend, a Transguard employee made inflammatory comments on his personal Facebook account celebrating the deplorable mosque attack in Christchurch, New Zealand", the Transguard security group said in a statement.
Their status was confirmed by refugee group Syrian Solidarity New Zealand, which added that Mustafa's other son, 13-year-old Zaed, was "in a stable condition after a six-hour operation".
Philip Arps, 44, appeared in a Christchurch court Wednesday on two charges of distributing the killer's livestream video of the attack on the Al Noor mosque, the first mosque that was attacked, a violation of the country's objectionable publications law. Attendees hugged and embraced each other, milling under a large marquee next to rows of freshly dug graves.
Also attending was Abdul Aziz, an Afghan refugee who confronted the gunman at Linwood Mosque. She spent her time following the crimes with victims and mourners and aid workers, alongside them at the most crucial of times.
Mourners carry the body of a victim from the mosque shooting for burial at the Memorial Park Cemetery in Christchurch.
A police spokesperson told Stuff that all autopsies had now been completed on all 50 victims slain in the Christchurch mosque massacre.
"While identification may seem straightforward, the reality is much more complex, particularly in a situation like this".
"I can assure you this is an absolute global investigation", Police Commissioner Mike Bush said at a media briefing in the capital Wellington.
The suspect was intercepted within 21 minutes of the first calls coming in, he said.
An Australian white supremacist is accused of gunning down 50 Muslim worshippers and wounding many more at two mosques in the southern city of Christchurch last Friday in a killing spree that he live-streamed.
This week, the owner of a Nazi-themed insulation company was jailed by a judge in New Zealand for sharing a video of the attack in Christchurch.Читайте также: Apple introduces iMacs with new Intel processors
Al Jazeera sat down exclusively with New Zealand's Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern after the country's worst-ever mass shootings which left 50 people dead.
As she was leaving, a little girl ran up to Ardern and hugged her.
A day earlier Ardern vowed Tarrant would face the "full force of the law" as she opened a sombre session of parliament with an evocative "as-salaam alaikum" message of peace to Muslims.
"Never mention the perpetrator's name. never remember him for what he did", she said, asking the children to focus on the victims. He is an extremist.
The burials began soon after Ardern renewed her call for people to speak of the victims rather than the man who killed them.
She said 30 of the victim's bodies have been identified and approved for release.
Javed Dadabhai, who travelled from Auckland to help bury his cousin, said families and volunteers had been warned of a slow process.
Council officials did not release the names of who was being buried but some of those attending told AFP they had been informed two people were being laid to rest.
President Erdogan also called on New Zealand to restore the death penalty, warning Turkey would make the attacker pay if New Zealand did not, although he did not say how. Gun owners have started to answer government appeals to hand in their weapons.
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