America takes note! Why our
Elected officials put public safety ahead of the profits of gun makers?!?! https://t.co/nsufYNygoO- Kim Kardashian West (@KimKardashian) March 16, 2019
RELATED: 66-year-old woman hailed as hero for helping injured victim during filming in ChristchurchThe sisters of Kardashian West also spoke of the deadly attack. "Heartbroken by the terrorist attack in New Zealand. Praying for the victims, their families, and the entire Muslim community, "wrote Kylie Jenner, 21. Added Kourtney Kardashian, 39," I've been physically sick all day after hearing about Foolish and hateful acts committed in New Zealand this morning. As a Christian, I believe that hatred is reprehensible in all its forms … We must walk in love … For all people and all religions, I stand beside my Muslim brothers and sisters. "
As a Christian, I believe that hatred is wrong in all its forms …
We must walk in love … For all people and all religions, I stand beside my Muslim brothers and sisters. – Kourtney Kardashian (@kourtneykardash) March 15, 2019
In a long note posted on her Instagram account on Saturday, Khloé Kardashian, 34, wrote that she had been "disgusted and devastated". "As a Christian, I believe that I must lead with love. I do not think it's up to me to hurt or criticize his beliefs. I do not shame people for their religion or beliefs. I will not hurt or judge people for what they believe in, "she wrote. "My prayers will always continue for our planet! One day, I pray to light the news and hear: There is peace on Earth. I love you and I respect you all and I pray for all of us! "ASSOCIATED VIDEO: A survivor of the New Zealand mass shootings shares the horror of his escape: "I had to run
RELATED: In the United States and Worldwide, Leaders Offer Protection and Support to Muslims After the New Zealand AttackPrime Minister Ardern called the incident "an extraordinary act of unprecedented violence" and called it "the darkest day in New Zealand". "It's clear that this can only now be described as a terrorist attack," Ardern said Friday. "From what we know, it seems to have been well planned." Mr Ardern said that New Zealand was targeted because it was a nation celebrating multiculturalism. "We have been chosen for our diversity, our kindness, our compassion, a home for those who share our values, a refuge for those who need it and these values, I can assure you, will not and can not be shaken by this attack, "she said.