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Victim Of New Zealand Mosque Shooting Speaks Of Forgiveness During Memorial

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Published on March 29, 2019 - Duration: 00:32s

Victim Of New Zealand Mosque Shooting Speaks Of Forgiveness During Memorial

New Zealand had a national memorial service in honor of the victims of the mosque terror attacks.

Survivor Farid Ahmed, whose wife died in the attack, went on a wheelchair onstage to speak about forgiveness.

He said: "I don't want a heart that is boiling like a volcano, a volcano has anger, fury, rage, it does not have peace.” Instead he wants β€œa heart that will be full of love and care and full of mercy." According to CNN, he said he doesn’t support β€œhis wrongdoing” but also cannot deny he is his β€œhuman brother.”

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