Prince William speaks with members of New Zealand’s Muslim community a year after terrorist attacks

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The Duke of Cambridge has spoken with members of the New Zealand Muslim community a year after first connecting following the Al-Noor and Linwood mosque terrorist attacks.

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On Thursday, Prince William talked to members of the Christchurch Muslim community via a Zoom call to discuss grief, healing, and how those impacted by the 15 March attacks are fairing 14 months on.

During the call, the duke spoke with Imams and representatives from the Al-Noor and Linwood mosques, and the Muslim Association of Canterbury, according to Kensington Palace.

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The duke concluded the call expressing how proud he is of the community and its resilience following tragedy.

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