MOHAMED SALAH has condemned the New Zealand assaults that claimed the lives of 49 individuals and left 48 injured.
Two mosques in Christchurch had been focused throughout Friday prayers, with a 28-year-old man figuring out himself as Brenton Tarrant killing 41 on the Al Noor Mosque.
An additional seven individuals had been killed at a mosque in close by Linwood, whereas one other died in hospital.
Responding to the assaults, the Liverpool ahead took to social media condemning the sickening act of violence.
Salah mentioned on Twitter: “Dreadful information popping out of New Zealand this morning.
“My condolences exit to the households of these harmless victims who misplaced their lives on this act of pure evil.
Tottenham midfielder Moussa Sissoko additionally despatched out a message on Twitter to ship his ideas to these affected by the horrific occasions.
He mentioned: “All my ideas and prayers goes to the victims and their households for this horrible assault in #NewZealand.”
Tarrant has been arrested and can seem in courtroom charged with homicide after dwell streaming the bloodbath.
4 extra individuals have been apprehended by police for questioning.