COPENHAGEN — Scores of men have attended the burial of the 22-year-old Danish Muslim gunman who killed two people and wounded five others at a free speech event and a synagogue in Copenhagen last weekend.Meanwhile in Canada, moderates are finding a voice:
Police called it “a private ceremony” and declined to comment on media reports that up to 500 people attended Omar Abdel Hamid El-Hussein’s funeral Friday in suburban Broendby. Denmark’s TV2 channel said many didn’t know him but came out of respect for his family.
People in Winnipeg's Muslim community held a rally at the Legislative Building to protest against violence against Canadian soldiers.
Supporters at the solidarity rally said they stand shoulder to shoulder with fellow Canadians and unequivocally condemn radicalization and all acts of terror.