Students in Christchurch have been doing a haka on Monday, 18 in the morning, to pay tribute to two of their comrades murdered in the terrorist attack Friday.
Three days after the terrorist attack on two mosques, who has made 50 dead in Christchurch in New Zealand, high school students who lost two classmates have made a moving tribute by doing a haka before resuming the course.
Images, transmitting an emotion to a rare power, and a sense of unity between all these young people of different religions and origins are different, have done the rounds of the social networks.
The buzz was quickly taken and this has given ideas to other groups of people, including in Australia, from where is originating the suspected terrorist Brenton Tarrant, indicted for murder the day after the shootings.
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In Australia, surfers were given an appointment on the beach via Facebook to improvise a haka as a tribute to all the victims of the terrorist attack in Christchurch.
Sunday, a group of bikers also went to do a haka in front of the mosque al-Noor, where Brenton Tarrant has killed 41 people on Friday.
He then killed seven worshippers in the mosque of Linwood, and two wounded have also lost their lives after their support by the emergency services.
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