Ardern said that a royal commission, which is the country's highest form of investigation, are reserved for "matters of the gravest public importance", and the mosque attack was one of them.
After the attack, the New Zealand police had detained three men, but have not offered their identities. "That is harmful content", she said when questioned about Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan showing excerpts of the footage at campaign rallies for local elections this month.
The commission will look into ways to prevent terror attacks from happening, the accessibility of semi-automatic weapons, and social media's role in the attacks.
Ms Ardern was asked about her decision to don a black headscarf as she comforted victims" families - an image that has since become "iconic'.
In a video that has gone viral, the 38-year-old leader was seen telling an unidentified Muslim youth who invited her to embrace Islam the following: "Islam teaches humanity and I think I have it".
"New Zealand mourns with you; we are one", Ardern told the Muslim community during a Call to Prayer on Friday.
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"New Zealand is not a surveillance state. but questions need to be answered".
His father, Syed Ayaz Ahmed, family members and government officials received his body at the airport.
In the wake of the Christchurch terrorist attack, there has been a "significant increase" in expressions of interest for New Zealand as a place to move to.
Adil Bennani, another Moroccan, said, "The faces changed and the smiles on New Zealanders' faces disappeared".
China expects that the trip will help the two sides to increase mutual understanding and trust, expand exchanges and cooperation in various fields and inject new impetus into a comprehensive strategic partnership between the two countries, said the ministry.
"We remember when Liberal Party Senators lined up to kiss, hug and shake hands with Pauline Hanson - a woman who has referred to Islam as a "disease" - following her openly Islamophobic return speech to Parliament", the statement read, adding that same senators had also openly congratulated racist senator Fraser Anning after he mentioned a "final solution" while discussing Muslim immigration.
The two repatriated Indian victims are Ansi Karippakulam Alibava, 23, a masters student from Kerala, and Ozair Kadir, 24, an aspiring commercial pilot from Hyderabad city.