Islamic Womens' Council welcomes Royal Commission terms
The Islamic Womens' Council is pleased with the terms of reference for the Royal Commission into the Christchurch mosque attacks. The inquiry, announced on Monday by the Prime Minister, will be headed by Supreme Court judge Sir William Young. It will investigate matters ranging from the attacker's past activities, background, connections to other people and online activity, to the role of New Zealand's intelligence and security agencies. Anjum Rahman is with the Islamic Women's Council. She talks to Susie Ferguson.