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Prince William starts on the second day of his New Zealand tour of the massacres of Christchurch

Prince William met with survivors of the mosque in Christchurch before speaking to the city's Muslim community.

On the second day of the Duke of Cambridge's trip to New Zealand, a visit to the Christchurch Hospital took place on Friday, when five people were taken care of following the attack that killed 50 people on 15 March.

He also traveled to the terrorist attacks in March to speak with other survivors and Christchurch's larger Muslim community and express their condolences.

William was greeted by New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, wearing a cream-colored bandana, in front of the Al Noor Mosque.

He made a moving speech in the mosque and said, "We must unite" to fight extremism.

"They showed how we have to respond to hate – with love," he said.

Prince William met with survivors of the mosque in Christchurch before speaking to the city's Muslim community

Prince William met with survivors of the mosque in Christchurch before speaking to the city's Muslim community

He made a moving speech in the Al Noor Mosque and said, "We must unite" to fight extremism

William was greeted by New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern (right), wearing a cream-colored bandana, in front of the Al Noor Mosque

William was greeted by New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern (right), wearing a cream-colored bandana, in front of the Al Noor Mosque

"I stand with gratitude to what you have taught the world in the last few weeks.

"I am optimistic about you … I am in mourning with you. I will support those who survive.

May the forces of love always rule over the forces of hate.

"In a moment of acute pain, you got up and stood together, and in response to the tragedy, you achieved something remarkable.

I do not believe that sadness changes, who you are. Grief – if you let it – will reveal who you are. & # 39;

A pile of tributes and flowers that have built up since the attack adorned the gates of the mosque, while heavily armed police gathered guards and a few dozen people in the street.

Farid Ahmed's wife Husna died in the attacks and he spoke before William.

He said those present had to "keep hope alive and not give in to hate."

A man in the crowd at the mosque greeted William with a call "kia ora", which is "Hello" in the Maori language, reported the New Zealand Herald.

Al Noor Mosque Imam Gamel Fouda, Ms Ardern, MEP Megan Woods and Mayor of Christchurch, Lianne Dalziel, greeted the Duke in the mosque.

Prince William met with survivors of the Mosque of the Christchurch Mosque and spoke with the Muslim community of the city

The second day of the Duke of Cambridge's trip to New Zealand included a visit to Christchurch Hospital

The second day of the Duke of Cambridge's trip to New Zealand included a visit to Christchurch Hospital

He will also travel to the mosques Al Noor and Linwood - the scene of the terrorist attacks

He will also travel to the mosques Al Noor and Linwood – the scene of the terrorist attacks

He shook hands with the older members of the city's Muslim community and spoke briefly with a boy who was carrying a poppy.

Prince William waved to the crowd as he left the mosque after his speech.

Earlier, the Duke was also greeted by cheers from about 30 members of the public, who were waiting outside the hospital emergency room, Stuff reported.

He was outside of Dr. John Wood, chair of the Canterbury Health Board, hospital director Greg Robertson, general manager Pauline Clark and nursing director Lynne Johnson.

When Wilhelm arrived at the hospital, about ten police officers were present and a police helicopter circled overhead.

Members of the bomb squad inspected the outside of the hospital for explosives before William arrived.

William also made a hospital visit on Thursday and met a five-year-old girl in Auckland who was injured in the terrorist attack and recently woke up from a coma.

Since New Zealand was still on alert, security was tight during the visit, and the fanfare that usually accompanies royal visits is low.

However, the organizers have promised the residents of Christchurch to meet William on a Friday afternoon on a public tour.

Members of the bomb squad inspected the outside of the hospital for explosives prior to Wilhelm's arrival

Members of the bomb squad inspected the outside of the hospital for explosives prior to Wilhelm's arrival

When Wilhelm arrived at the hospital, about ten police officers were present and a police helicopter circled overhead

When Wilhelm arrived at the hospital, about ten police officers were present and a police helicopter circled overhead

The Duke's first day in New Zealand began with a tribute to Australian and New Zealand soldiers at an Anzac Day service in Auckland alongside Mrs. Ardern.

In Christchurch, he also met police and ambulance staff, some of whom were the first on the scene after the shootings.

Police Commissioner Mike Bush told reporters that William left the staff "overwhelmed" with messages of support.

The prince visited Christchurch after the fatal earthquake of 2011 and most recently with Mrs. Catherine, who had not come to him in 2014 this week.

A large crowd gathered before Wile's visit in front of the Al Noor Mosque.

Before Wilan's visit, a large crowd gathered in front of the Al Noor mosque

Before Wilan's visit, a large crowd gathered in front of the Al Noor mosque

At the entrance of the building are about 10 heavily armed police officers

At the entrance of the building are about 10 heavily armed police officers

In the mosque, William and the approximately 160 people are addressed by Fahid Ahmed, a survivor of the March 15 attacks

In the mosque, William and the approximately 160 people are addressed by Fahid Ahmed, a survivor of the March 15 attacks

At the entrance of the building are about 10 heavily armed police officers.

In the mosque, William and the approximately 160 people are addressed by Fahid Ahmed, a survivor of the March 15 attacks.

William is expected to give a 10-minute speech.

Mrs. Ardern arrived Friday morning with a cream-colored headscarf in the Al Noor Mosque.

The Duke waved to a crowd of about 60 people when he left Christchurch Hospital.

William also made a hospital visit on Thursday and met a five-year-old girl in Auckland who was injured in the terrorist attack and recently woke up from a coma

William also made a hospital visit on Thursday and met a five-year-old girl in Auckland who was injured in the terrorist attack and recently woke up from a coma

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern wore a headscarf as she sat down with William in connection with the recovery children

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern wore a headscarf when she teamed with William for the rest children

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