1. Wide of exterior of Islamic Center of Washington, D.C.
2. SOUNDBITE (English): Karim Elsayed, Muslim Worshipper +++SOT PARTIALLY COVERED WITH BROLL++
"I wouldn't say I'm frightened, but I feel more uneasy. You know, because stuff like this happens in the places you least expect it to. Right, so constantly wondering, you know, am I going to be a victim today? But, relatively speaking in recent times it's been peaceful in a sense compared to, you know historical data."
3. Various of worshippers walking through gate and into mosque
4. SOUNDBITE (English): Sarah Shaath, Muslim Worshipper +++SOT PARTIALLY COVERED WITH BROLL++
"It was shocking. It was as if one of our own. It was as if it happened in a mosque nearby because to us, all mosques everywhere are all the same. We we sympathize with everything that's going on right now. I woke up to posts from my family members, just saying rest in peace and I got worried. I was like who died? And then I saw the news and you know it's as if one of our own. And all the 49 that's there's been dead have been declared dead. It's really as if it's our own."
5. Police officers outside mosque
6. Couple with baby walks into mosque
7. Man at fence with sign that reads (English) "We Stand with Our Islamic Brothers as Christian Men of Faith"
8. Man with sign that reads (English) "The DC Jewish Community supports our Muslim neighbors. Hate has NO PLACE here."
Muslim worshippers attending Friday prayers in Washington, D. C. expressed shock and sorrow over the massacre at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand that has left at least 49 dead and dozens more injured.
"It was shocking. It was as if one of our own," said Sarah Shaath. "It was as if it happened in a mosque nearby, because to us all mosques everywhere are all the same," she said.
New Zealand authorities have arrested and charged a man with murder in what appeared to be a carefully planned racist attack.
The man who allegedly carried out the shootings reportedly broadcast 17 minutes of the attack on a Facebook live stream.
"I wouldn't say I'm frightened, but I feel more uneasy, said Karim Elsayed.
"You know, because stuff like this happens in the places you least expect it to," he said.