Is There Armenian Trace in Attack on Mosques in New Zealand?

The attackers at the mosques in the New Zealand city of Christchurch on March 15 may have some sort of connection with the Armenians. The basis for such assumptions was the inscription in Armenian on the holder of the automatic rifle of one of the criminals.

The footage from the scene reads inscriptions in several languages. They denote different battles between Christians and Muslims.

Thus, the name of the Serb Milos Obilic, who killed the Turkish Sultan Murad in battle in 1683 and the battle of Sarykamysh between the Russians and the Turks in the First World War, can be read on the automatic rifle. Namely the word Sarykamysh is written in Armenian.

There is no official information of the investigation on this matter yet.