Hungary’s counter-terrorism force TEK said on Saturday it works together with partner organisations in investigations concerning the mosque shootings that claimed 49 lives in New Zealand’s Christchurch.
Bulgarian authorities said on Friday that they had launched an investigation against a suspect, Brenton Tarrant, an Australian citizen, who had visited Hungary and Romania before.
As we wrote before, Tarrant made sure that his anti-Muslim feelings are everywhere: he painted and wrote hate slurs and anti-Muslim texts on the cartridges and on his guns too. On top of this, he wrote the names of such European leaders on them who fought against the Muslims in the past.
This is where Hungary comes into the picture: Tarrant posted a photo of said firearms on Twitter, where the name of John Hunyadi and Mihály Horogszegi Szilágyi can be seen.
Thanks to efforts of these two men, the Ottoman forces in overpower were beaten at Nándorfehérvár (Belgrade). Sigismund, Holy Roman Emperor (Luxemburgi Zsigmond in Hungarian) appears too, who organised the 1396 crusade against the Ottomans, and who built a line of defence (consisting of strongholds built close to one another). Lastly, “Vác, 1684” can be read as well, which refers to the battle where Charles of Lorraine destroyed the Ottoman forces.
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