Erdogan screened the footage at televised rallies in Istanbul and Tekirdag despite the authorities in New Zealand calling for a halt to the videos being shared, as well as an attempt by Facebook and Youtube to delete the videos circulating.
Erdogan has played blurred clips of the video at campaign rallies in several Turkish cities over the past few days, to fire up his conservative Islamist supporters and attack his political opponents ahead of local elections scheduled for later this month.
Recep Tayip Erdogan on Monday said he would send home "in caskets" anyone who tried to commit such an attack in his country, using the footage to warn against rising Islamophobia, according to The Guardian.
"The wicked person who martyred 49 brothers and sisters is saying that we can stay on the Anatolian side, we cannot pass to the European side". Who do you think you are?'
In the manifesto, Tarrant vowed to "kill you (Turks) and drive you roaches from our lands".
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And when you capitalize on probably every important moment that comes in the game as a side, it gets very hard to go past that side".
"We, the New Zealand Police, will do everything we can to support our wider community and in particular our Muslim communities".
They included moments when Tarrant, 28, fired on worshippers at the al-Noor and Linwood mosques in Christchurch.
Interviewed on Turkey's Haberturk television on Thursday, Erdogan said Benjamin Netanyahu was "walking around with this stain" of corruption. Turkish authorities have begun investigating everything from hotel records to camera footage to try to ascertain the reason for his visits, the source said. "The world must break its silence over Islamophobic hatred".
He has said it was also a threat to Turkey - referring to comments about Turkey, its Muslim population and Erdogan in the terrorist's manifesto.
The head of state added that the terrorist who had attacked Muslims in mosques in New Zealand had twice been to Turkey, and the purposes of his visits and who he met with are now being specified.
"We made it very clear that we oppose terrorism in whatever shape and form it might be and that we are for a free and open society", Peters said he told the Turkish officials.