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Australian Teen To Donate Money From 'For More Eggs' To Victims Of The Christchurch Mosque Shootings

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Australian Teen To Donate Money From 'For More Eggs' To Victims Of The Christchurch Mosque Shootings

Australian Teen To Donate Money From 'For More Eggs' To Victims Of The Christchurch Mosque Shootings

According to Business Insider, The teen who smashed an egg on the head of a far-right Australian senator who made anti-Muslim comments following the New Zealand mosques shootings is planning on donating thousands of dollars raised in a GoFundMe made in his honor to victims of the attack.

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