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  •   Home > News > Politics

    Christchurch mosque attack victims and their families feel they've been given the cold shoulder by Victim Support

    Christchurch mosque attack victims and their families feel they've been given the cold shoulder by Victim Support


    Victim Support announced today more than ten million dollars raised on Givealittle will be distributed by the end of the month.

    However some members of the Muslim community are hitting back against claims this has all been done in consultation with them.

    Rosemary Omar - who lost her son Tariq in the attacks - says she hasn't heard from the organisation at all - and she's not expecting that to change.

    She says they've had eight weeks to get in touch.

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