Christchurch native pens support to local mosque

Appeal-Democrat - 03-21


“Kia Kaha” is a native New Zealand phrase used in books and songs meaning, “stay strong.”. It’s also a phrase that’s come to the forefront following the act of terrorism that killed 50 people at two Christchurch, New Zealand, mosques nearly a week ago; and it’s how Elizabeth Gleeson-Preston signed her letter to a local mosque.