& # 39; All Muslims are terrorists & # 39 ;: Islamophobe wears a Donald Trump t-shirt abusing people praying in Christchurch massacre mosque weeks after the attack was condemned
- Daniel Tuapawa has been convicted of abusing Muslims in Christchurch
- The 33-year-old has shouted & # 39; all Muslims are terrorists & # 39; outside a mosque
- The incident happened about three weeks after the terror attack of Christchurch
A man wearing a shirt in support of Donald Trump when he hurled abuse to Muslims outside a Christchurch mosque weeks after the terrorist attacks were condemned.
Daniel Nicholas Tuapawa, 33, appeared on Wednesday in the Christchurch District Court, on the South Island of New Zealand, after having previously allegedly committed guilty of disorderly conduct.
The worker arrived at the Al Noor mosque on April 10 and shouted: & # 39; all Muslims are terrorists & # 39 ;, New Zealand Herald reported.
Daniel Nicholas Tuapawa appeared on the Christchurch District Court, on the South Island of New Zealand on Wednesday, after being found guilty of disorderly conduct
The incident happened about three weeks after a shooter stormed the mosque and killed 51 worshipers and injured many others.
During the sentence, Judge Tony Couch said that Tuapawa's behavior could have caused a violent reaction.
& # 39; Your behavior would have been offensive and painful at any time, but in the context of less than a month after the tragic events in the mosque, that made the situation much worse.
& # 39; Given the power of public feeling about the murders that took place there, your behavior could easily have triggered a violent response. & # 39;
Tuapawa wore a shirt to support Donald Trump when he threw abuse to Muslims outside of a Christchurch mosque
Tuapawa apologized for his actions out of court after declaring him guilty of disorderly conduct in April
The court heard how Tuapawa had long-standing psychological and intellectual problems and did not remember the incident.
Judge Couch said that Tuapawa had taken responsibility for what he had done and also sought help.
Tuapawa was sentenced to 10 months of supervision on the condition that he participated in an assessment or advice as prescribed by his probation officer.
Judge Couch said the Muslim community would accept the sentence because it includes & # 39; forgiveness and compassion & # 39 ;.
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