NZ PM announces to broadcast 'Azaan' on national TV, radio on Friday

NZ PM announces to broadcast 'Azaan' on national TV, radio on Friday

Police have said they are certain Tarrant was the only gunman but are still investigating whether he had support. He went to the station to get the required forms, then surrendered the 7.62mm hunting rifle.

She said it was everyone's responsibility to fight racism.

"It's a civilian gun, not a military-style automatic, but it is a larger calibre and will definitely come under [an expected] ban".

Ardern's plea against giving the accused gunman notoriety followed his move to represent himself in court, raising concerns he would attempt to use the trial as a platform for airing his racist views.

"This will not be popular among some of our members but after a week of intense debate and careful consideration by our elected representatives and staff, we believe this is the only practicable solution", Federated Farmers Rural Security spokesman Miles Anderson said in a statement.

"That is why you will never hear me mention his name. We will also broadcast nationally, via TVNZ and RNZ, the call to prayer".

He thought Wairarapa would have "at least our fair share if not more" of semi-automatic guns. This propaganda is effectively brainwashing many, and increasing hate and distrust between people.

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said she expects the new law to be in place by April 11 and a buy-back scheme will be established for banned weapons. A buyback was among details being worked through. "But the form of distribution, the tools of organization, they are new", she said. Ardern said the government was still working out how to fund it.

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"I watched the video and saw the rifle. and it was not from any Gun City affiliated store", Tipple said on Monday.

'To owners who have legitimate uses for their guns, I want to reiterate that the actions being announced today are not because of you, and are not directed at you. Some Kiwis have already surrendered guns to police.

Cabinet also made a decision to hold an inquiry into the circumstances leading up to the shooting and detail on that is also being worked through.

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Third, and perhaps most significantly of all, is the terror perpetrated by various Western governments - notably the US - and their client puppet states, which continue to kill millions of people globally and throughout history.

"We will ban all parts with the ability to convert semiautomatic, or any other type of firearm, into a military-style semi-automatic weapon", the prime minister said. "But he will, when I speak, be nameless", Ardern said in an address to Parliament.

New Zealanders have already begun answering government appeals to hand in their weapons, including Mr John Hart, a farmer in the North Island district of Masterton.

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