More than 100 people from all walks of life attended a vigil in memory of those lost in last week’s terror attack.
Organised by the Aberdeen Trades Union Council (ATUC), the memorial event asked attendees to participate in a minute of silence for those that were killed.
Addressing the crowd, ATUC president Sasha Brydon spoke out against “the rise of the far right”.
He said: “We wanted to give people an opportunity to come together to express our deepest condolences to all those who lost loved ones in the terrible shootings in two mosques in Christchurch last week.
“We wanted to express our outrage that once again, the politics of hate have resulted in the deaths of 50 innocent people who were doing no more than peacefully practising their religion.
“We wanted to stand in solidarity with our Muslim communities in the north-east of Scotland, as we have stood with other communities before now who have been the victims of senseless violence for no more reason than they have a different religion, race or gender.
“But most of all, we want to pledge to continue our fight against all forms of extremism, to oppose the politics of hate wherever and whenever it raises its ugly head.
“The rise of the far right is a stain on us all, and we will stand against it with solidarity, unity and to say in the city which has a proud history of fighting fascism, that we shall continue that proud history and proclaim never again.”