Māori Bikers Perform An Emotional Haka To Honor The Christchurch New Zealand Victims
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A 28-year-old shooter took the lives of 50 people and injured 50 more at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand. The violent assault was a hate crime directed at New Zealand's Muslim community.

Tributes have poured in from all over the world.


On Sunday, a group of Māori bikers decided to pay tribute to the victims with a traditional Haka.

The Māori are indigenous to New Zealand and make up the second largest ethnic group in the country. The Haka is a ceremony involving chants, movements and facial expressions that is performed at special events, including funerals.

New Zealand's cabinet will meet on Monday to discuss stricter gun control regulations. The United States should take note.

People were touched by the Māori tribute.





Many sent their love and respect to the Māori.



Our hearts are with New Zealand.


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