Newshub18:Biden condemned the killing of four Muslims in the United States.resident Joe Biden has condemned the killing of four Muslims in New Mexico. The four Muslims are linked to the killings and police believe they may be victims of hate crimes. Al-Jazeera news.
Local time, Biden said in a tweet on Sunday, “I am outraged and saddened by the brutal murder of four Muslim men in Albuquerque.” Biden also said, “We await a full investigation.” My condolences to the families of the deceased. My administration stands firmly with the Muslim community. These hateful attacks have no place in America.
Albuquerque is the largest city in the state of New Mexico. The city police said last Saturday that they are investigating the killing of three Muslim men. Now they suspect the same link in the fourth murder case. These four people were killed in separate incidents from last yearAlbuquerque police said in a statement that the latest homicide victim was located last Friday night. His body was found near the Lutheran Family Service office. KOB4 television reports that the organization supports refugees.
Police have not released the identity of the man who died. However, they said he is a 20-year-old Muslim and of South Asian origin. Police say investigators believe Friday’s killings may be linked to the killing of the other three Muslims from South Asia.
Two Pakistani Muslims were killed earlier. The body of a 27-year-old man was found on August 1. Earlier, the body of another 41-year-old man was found on July 26.
Another Afghan Muslim’s body was found on November 7 last year. He ran a shop with his brother. His body was lying outside the shop. According to the statement, the detectives are investigating whether the next two murders are connected with this murder or not. If you have any information, the police have called on everyone to call a hotline number. They said the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is assisting in the investigation.
These killings have spread panic among the Muslim residents of the city. Tahir Gouba, director of public affairs at the Islamic Center of New Mexico, told the Albuquerque Journal that people are starting to panic