Husna Ahmed from Bangladesh a mother of one led women and children to safety in Al Noor mosque.
Farid Ahmed escaped the mass shooting in his wheelchair.
He said Hosne Ara Parvin, was shot as she came back for him: “She was busy saving lives, forgetting about herself.”
15. Ali Elmadani – Age 65
Retired engineer Elmadani was the father of two. a retired engineer. He was worshipping at the Al Noor mosque.
He and his wife had moved to New Zealand from the United Arab Emirates in 1998.
16. Zeeshan Raza – Age 38
Mechenical engineer from Pakistan
Zeeshan Raza, his father Ghulam Hussain and mother Karam Bibi died in the terrorist attack in Christchurch.
The family was worshipping at Linwood mosque.
His parents were visiting him in New Zealand. Zeeshan is survived by a sister who lives in Pakistan.
17. Ghulam Hussain – Age 60s
Ghulam Hussain and his wife Karam Bibi were killed along with their son Zeeshan Raza in Christchurch attack.
The family was worshipping at Linwood mosque.
18. Karam Bibi – Age 60s
Karam Bibi, her husband Ghulam Hussain and son Zeeshan Raza died in the terrorist attack in Christchurch.
Three members of the same family were killed in Linwood mosque.
19. Syed Areeb Ahmed – Age 27
Twenty seven year old Syed Areeb Ahmed, was from Karachi, Pakistan.
The chartered accountant had moved to New Zealand for work.
20. Tariq Omar – Age 24
Tariq Omar’s mum drove her son for Friday Prayer. She then drove around for parking when she heard the gunshots. She drove back only to see bodies. She waited for hours in the hope of finding her son.
Christchurch United Football Club said he was a “much loved” coach of junior teams and social football player.
Academy Director Colin Williamson described him as “a beautiful human being with a tremendous heart and love for coaching”.
21. Mahboob Haroon – Age 40
MahboobHaroon, from Pakistan’s capital city of Islamabad, was also killed as confirmed by Pakistan foreign ministry.
22. Hussein Al-Umari – Age 35
Hussein Al-Umari was originally from Iraq, he had lived in Abu Dhabi and then moved to Christchurch with his family in 1997.
He worked in tourism, and he loved traveling.
23. Amjad Hamid, Age 57
Amjad Hamid had emigrated from Palestine 23 years ago. He was a heart doctor, he was always smiling and beloved by his patients.
Cardiologist Amjad Harmid was a senior doctor in the coastal town of Hawera, in New Zealand’s North Island, who is survived by a wife and family.
24. Farhaj Ahsan, Age 30
Farhaj Ahsan was originally from India.
He is survived by a wife, three-year-old daughter, and seven-month-old son.
The software engineer settled in Christchurch after studying at the University of Auckland.
25. Kamel Darwish, Age 38
The Palestinian national had moved to New Zealand six months ago. He is survived by a wife and three children. His wife and children waited for him in Jordan till he found work and home so he could send for them.
26. Abdel Fattah Qassem al-Dakka, Age 60
The Palestinian Authority Foreign Affairs Ministry confirmed the death of Abdel Fattah Qassem al-Dakka
27. Osama Abu Kwaik, 38
The Palestinian Authority Foreign Affairs Ministry confirmed the death of Osama Abu Kweikin Christchurch.
28. Hamza Mustafa, Age 16
Hamza Mustafa, 16, had moved to New Zealand to escape war-torn Syria. He was hoping for a better life.
His father Khaled Mustafa was slain in the attack too.
29. Ashraf Ali, Age 61
The Fiji Times reported Ashraf Ali was a ‘loving and caring’man who was shot dead at Al Noor mosque.
30. Mathullah (or Matiullah) Safi, Age 55
Matiullah Safi originally from Afghanistan was “martyred” in Christchurch. The country’s ambassador to New Zealand Wahidullah Waissi confirmed.
31. Khaled Mustafa, 45
Khaled Mustafa had moved to New Zealand a few months to escape war-torn Syria.
He along with his 16 year old son Hamza were both killed in Al Noor Mosque.
Mr Mustafa his survived by his wife, Salwa, and their son Zaid, 13, who survived the attack.
32. Mohammed Imran Khan, 47
Mohammed Imran Khan owned Indian Grill restaurant in Christchurch.
The restaurant, which has closed until further notice, has been flooded by messages of sympathy on its Facebook page.
He had moved from India
33. Linda Armstrong, 65
Linda Armstrong was born in New Zealand and converted to Islam in her 50s.
A warm soul who had adopted a boy from Bangladesh.
A Grandmother who fought Islamophobia.
She is reported to have died protecting others from the gunman at Linwood Mosque.
34. Musa Vali Suleman Patel, 60
Musa Vali Suleman Patel was Imam of Fiji Jam-e-Masjid. He was in Christchurch with his wife to see his son.
35. Arifbhai Mohamedali Vora, 58
Arifbhai Mohamedali Vora was from Gujurat, India. He was visiting his son Ramiz Arifbhai Vora in New Zealand. Both were killed in the attack.
36.Ramiz Arifbhai Vora, 28
Ramiz Arifbhai Vora had become a father a week before he died.
He and his wife reportedly had just welcomed a baby daughter.
His father Arifbhai Mohamedali Vora was visiting him in New Zealand from Gujurat, India when the attacks took place.
Both were killed.
37. Ashraf al-Masri
Ashraf al-Masri was the Father of two Primary School Children. He worked at a Shop in Riccarton. His Body is transferred to his Egyptian Homeland.
38. Ozair Kadir, 24
Ozair Kadir, originally from India, was an aviation student. He dreamed of becoming a pilot like his brother.
He died in the massacre at Al Noor mosque.
39. Mohammed Omar Faruk, 36
His friend Monir Hossain said his friend Mohammed Omar Farouk was shot dead at point-blank range.
He died at Al Noor Mosque.
40. Mohsin Al Harbi, 63
A moving photograph of a wounded Mohsin Al Harbi on an ambulance stretcher outside Al Noor pointing at the sky swept the world.
The Islamic gesture is an expression of unity with Allah.
Saudi immigrant to New Zealand. He was the 50th victim who died in the hospital. His wife, survived the attack, but she suffered a heart attack due to stress as she searched for her husband
41.Munir Suleiman, 68
Munir Suleiman worked in Christchurch as a Design Engineer and Quality Manager. A Colleague describes him as a loving Person. The 68-Year-old Regularly travelled to his Native Egypt with his Wife Ekram
42 Ahmed Jamal Uddin Abdul Ghani, 68 years old
Egypt’s Ministry of Emigration named Ahmed Jamal Uddin Abdul Ghani, also 68, among the Egyptian victims.
43. Maheboob Allarakha Khokhar, 65
Maheboob Allarakha Khokhar was visiting his Son in Christchurch. He was about to fly back to India on Sunday. He was murdered at the Masjid Al-Noor.
44. Hussein Moustafa, 70
Accountant Hussein Moustafa, 70, reportedly moved to New Zealand from Egypt in 1999.
45. Muse Nur Awale, 77
Muse Nur Awale had moved to New Zealand 30 years ago. He was Somali national.
46. Mojammel Hoq, 30
Mojammel was from Bangladesh, had moved to New Zealand three years ago. He was studying Dentistry. In September, he wanted to return to his Homeland to marry his Girlfriend and open a Dentist’S Office for The poor. He only turned 30.
47. Abdukadir Elmi, 70
48. Muhammed Abdus Samad, 66
Abdus Samad worked in Bangladesh as an Agricultural Scientist. He moved to New Zealand with his Family in 2013. He was a Visiting Professor at Lincoln University. His Wife, Kishowara Begum, was Also murdered. They leave behind two Sons.
49. Name suppressed
One victim’s name has been suppressed by the New Zealand courts in the initial stages of the justice process.
The first murder charge laid against the suspected gunman relate to this victim’s name.
50. Zakaria Bhuiyan – missing feared dead
Zakaria Bhuiyan moved to New Zealand from Bangladesh. He is missing since the attack. He worked as a Welder at an Engineering Firm and had recently married in his Native Bangladesh. He was waiting for a Visa so his Wife can visit him
His friends in Christchurch have been appealing for sightings of him.