New Zealand bikers perform Haka dance in honor of Christchurch victims

Heather Dockray

After 50 people were massacred and 50 more were injured in a terrorist attack in Christchurch, New Zealand on Friday, tributes have been pouring in from around the world.

On Sunday, a New Zealand biker gang decided to pay honor to the victims by performing a rendition of the Haka, a traditional Māori dance. 

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The Māori are indigenous to New Zealand, and make up the country's second largest ethnic group. The Haka is a ceremonial dance, fairly well known in pop culture, and performed at important occasions, including funerals.

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Since the shooting, the Muslim community in New Zealand has been flooded with floral tributes, crowdfunding for the victims' families, and messages of support.

On Monday, the New Zealand government cabinet will convene to discuss changes to the country's gun laws.

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