"It was dramatic and I was told by countless ministers that they've never seen anything of that type".
Ardern said the commission would look into whether the resources of spies had been directed in the right direction.
Tell MAMA, a British organization that monitors Islamophobic incidents, revealed that almost all cases that have been recorded comprised of "language, symbols or actions" linked to the Christchurch terrorist attacks.
"This is just the beginning of the work we need to do", she said in a press conference. But questions need to be answered around whether or not this was the activity of an individual that we could or should have known about.
Speaking to media on Monday afternoon, Ardern said Cabinet had agreed that a Royal Commission was the most appropriate way to look into the attack and whether it could have been prevented.
Ardern reiterated her believe it should not be aired.
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A suspected white supremacist has been charged with one count of murder over the Christchurch shootings and will next appear in court on April 5.
"New Zealand mourns with you".
Shortly before the terror attacks, the assailant had published an ideological "manifesto" filled with extreme views, in which he described Muslim immigrants in Europe as "invaders". Ardern has announced a top-level inquiry into the circumstances surrounding the massacre of 50 people in two Christchurch mosques on March 15. "And the message I have been sharing with every global leader is our job is to share love and support for our Muslim communities around the world".
Opposition leaders have blamed Ardern and her government for the alleged deteriorating relations with China, and said that ties were at the worst ever.
Eight Pakistanis, among 27 martyred in the terrorist attack, were laid to rest in a mass burial at a local graveyard in Christchurch on Friday.
Immigration New Zealand assistant general manager Peter Elms believes the heightened media attention following the attack may have led to the spike.
His father, Syed Ayaz Ahmed, family members and government officials received his body at the airport.