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New Zealand attack: victims of the mosque massacre | World news

Fifty people have been confirmed killed, and 50 injured, in Friday’s terrorist attack on two mosques in the New Zealand city of Christchurch. As of Saturday night, 36 people remain in hospital.New Zealand police have not yet issued any public identification of any victims of attack.Those listed here are those victims who have been confirmed as killed, missing or injured – either by statements from family members, official organisations, or both.We will update this article with new information once it has been confirmed.KilledHaji-Daoud Nabi71-year-old Haji-Daoud Nabi died as he tried to save the lives of fellow worshippers at Al Noor mosque.Nabi came to New Zealand from Afghanistan in 1977 and was a beloved community leader. His son, Yama al Nabi, was running late for a meeting with his father at the mosque, and escaped the shooting by minutes.Christchurch: how quiet city became target for terror Read more He told assembled media on Saturday that his father “jumped in the firing line to save somebody else’s life”. “He has passed away,” Nabi said.FacebookTwitterPinterest Afghan native Haji-Daoud settled in New Zealand in 1977. Photograph: Facebook Lilik Abdul HamidLilik Abdul Hamid, a father-of-two, was an engineer for Air New Zealand. He had worked in Christchurch for 16 years.His death was confirmed on Sunday, in an official statement from Air New Zealand’s chief executive officer Christopher Luxon.FacebookTwitterPinterest Lilik Abdul Hamid has been named as one of the victims of the Christchurch massacre. Photograph: NZ Herald Sayyad MilneFourteen-year old Sayyad Milne was a keen footballer who was shot at Al Noor mosque while attending Friday prayers, as he did every week.The Year 10 student at Cashmere High School haddreamed of being an international footballer one day.His father, John Milne, told New Zealand radio his son had died. “I’ve lost my little boy, he’s just turned 14,” he said. “It’s so hard ... to see him just gunned down by someone who didn’t care about anyone or anything.”His mother, Noraini, managed to escape.FacebookTwitterPinterest Shooting victim Sayyad Milne. Photograph: launchgood Atta ElayyanAtta Elayyan, 33, was the goalkeeper of New Zealand’s national men’s futsal team.New Zealand Football (@NZ_Football)QUOTE | @NZ_Football Futsal Development Manager @margetts_josh: “To Atta’s family, we are deeply sorry for your loss. We can’t imagine what you are going through,...

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