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People Around The Gather In Solidarity Following Deadly New Zealand Shootings

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People Around The Gather In Solidarity Following Deadly New Zealand Shootings

People Around The Gather In Solidarity Following Deadly New Zealand Shootings

According to a report by Business Insider, in response to Friday's pair of mass shootings in New Zealand, which claimed the lives of 48 people and injured at least 48 others, people are assembling and leaving messages of sympathy, solidarity, and support at mosques around the world.

In New York, local Jewish communities have reportedly gathered at Al Rahman Mosque in Washington Heights.

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