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Posted by te2ataria on August 19, 2019

Correction: Double entry removed, see bottom of the post!

At least 52 people killed in Christchurch terrorist attacks [NOT 51 as reported by NZ govt and police!]

Two more victims identified in Christchurch terrorist attacks!

A researcher recently advised the blog that there were at least 52 people murdered (not 51 as widely reported by the Mossad-style NZ government and police) in Christchurch terrorist attacks of March 2019.

The latest victim was identified as Mohamad Moosi Mohamedhosen, 54, who was born in Mauritius.

52. Mohamad Moosi Mohamedhosen, aged 54. Mohamad Moosid Mohamedhosen was born in Mauritius and came from the town of Vacoas, a report said.

Mohamad Moosid Mohamedhosen, 54, was born in Mauritius and came from the town of Vacoas.

Also, previously missing from the victims’ lists was Malaysian teenager Mohd Tarmizi.

Muhammad Haziq bin Mohd Tarmizi, aged 17. Tarmizi, a teenager “missing” for days until being confirmed as a victim of the Christchurch mosque shootings was eventually confirmed dead by police on Thursday.  His father, who was badly injured, attended his son’s funeral in a wheelchair, Malaysian media said.

Muhammad Haziq bin Mohd Tarmizi 17, was shot dead while praying at the Al Noor mosque.

List of the known 52 dead victims of the Chch terrorist attacks:

1. Mujaad (Mucad) Ibrahim, aged 3. He was born in Hamilton, and is the son of Somali immigrants who arrived in New Zealand in the early 1990s.

2. Lilik Abdul Hamid, aged 58. The Indonesian foreign ministry announced Hamid’s death on its website. Hamid was an aircraft maintenance engineer with Air New Zealand for 16 years.

3. Sayyad Milne, aged 14. Sayyad, a Cashmere High School student, was killed in the shooting at the Deans Ave mosque. His mother Noraini, who was born in Singapore, managed to escape when the shooting started.

4. Hamza Mustafa, aged 16. Syrian Solidarity New Zealand confirmed the death of 16-year-old Hamza. The Cashmere High School student was the eldest son of Khaled Mustafa, who was also killed in the terrorist massacre. His younger brother is said to be in a stable condition in hospital.

5. Khaled Mustafa, aged 45. Like his son, Khaled was killed at the Masjid Al Noor mosque on Deans Ave. They had only been in the country a matter of months.

6. Atta Elayyan, aged 33. Kuwait-born Elayyan, whose death was confirmed by New Zealand Football, was a gifted futsal player and award-winning app developer. He was also a goalkeeper for the Futsal Whites, NZ national team.  Mr Elayyan, who was of Palestinian origin but also had Jordanian nationality, leaves behind a wife, Farah, and a two-year-old daughter, Aya.

7. Tariq Omar, aged 24. Omar is another former Cashmere High School student killed in the Masjid Al Noor mosque attack. His mother Rosemary had dropped him off and was driving around to find a parking space when the shooting occurred.

8. Husne Ara Parvin, aged 44. Parvin [aka, Hosne Ahmed] was tragically killed while going back into the mosque for her husband of 25 years, Farid, who is a wheelchair user. The couple, originally from Bangladesh, have a 14-year-old daughter. Ms Ahmed was among at least four Bangladeshis confirmed killed.

9. Ashraf Ali, aged 58. Ali, also known as Babu, was a regular worshiper at the Masjid Al Noor mosque, his sister Tamina Bibi told The Fiji Times. Babu was a taxi proprietor, and lost his wife just a year ago. He had gone to New Zealand a week prior to the shooting and had gone to the Al Noor mosque with his brother, Ramzan. He is survived by his only daughter.

10. Ashraf Ali, aged 61. Ashraf Ali, another Fijian man, lost his life in the Al Noor shooting. He too was a regular at the mosque. His brother Shabeer said Ashraf had migrated to New Zealand 17 years ago and that after two days of sleepless nights, he found out that his elder brother had been killed.

11. Syed Jahandad Ali, aged 34. Ali’s death was confirmed by the Pakistani Minister of Foreign Affairs. He was a senior dynamics developer at software company Intergen for more than six years. He is survived by his wife, Amna, and three young children.

12. Mian Naeem Rashid, aged 50. Pakistan’s Prime Minister, Imran Khan, has labelled Rashid a martyr after he allegedly tried to tackle the Christchurch gunman and wrestle his weapon out of his hands outside the Al Noor mosque. His son Talha was also killed.

13. Talha Naeem Rashid, aged 21. Talha, like his father, was shot and killed at the Al Noor mosque. He moved with his family from Pakistan when he was 11.

14. Farhaj Ahsan, aged 30. Ahsan was a software engineer who completed his master’s degree at Auckland University in 2010. He later settled in Christchurch. His death was confirmed by Indian MP Asaduddin Owaisi.  He was married with two young children: a three-year-old daughter and six-month-old son.

15. Syed Areeb Ahmed, aged 26. Ahmed was a chartered accountant from Pakistan. He had travelled to New Zealand on behalf of PriceWaterhouseCooper about 18 months before the terrorist attacks.

16. Sohail Shahid, aged 40. Shahid’s death was confirmed by the Pakistani Minister of Foreign Affairs. He had a masters degree in chemical engineering from the Punjab University and was working as a production manager. He leaves a wife and two daughters.

17. Maulana Hafiz Musa Patel, aged 59. Patel, an Imam at Lautoka Jame Masjid in Fiji for 25 years, was visiting Christchurch with his family when he was fatally shot at Linwood mosque.

18. Dr Haroon Mahmood, aged 40. Dr Mahmood was an economics tutor at Lincoln University in Christchurch. He has previously worked at banks in Pakistan and has been a business lecturer.  [Mr Mehmood moved to New Zealand nearly five years ago from Pakistan, with his wife and two children, to study for a PhD in biochemistry, BBC said.]

19. Daoud Nabi, aged 71. Nabi was a former Canterbury Engineering employee and community leader from Afghanistan. He came to New Zealand as an asylum seeker more than 40 years ago.

20. Dr Abdus Samad, aged 67. Dr Samad was a lecturer in Bangladesh’s Agricultural Development Corporation until the end of 2012. He then moved to New Zealand with his wife and two sons, gained citizenship, and taught as a professor at Lincoln University in Christchurch.

21. Dr Amjad Hamid, aged 57. The Palestinian doctor was a senior medical officer at Hāwera Hospital in Taranaki. He migrated to New Zealand 23 years ago.

22. Osama Adnan Abu Kweik, aged 37. Kweik was originally from the Gaza Strip. He had also lived in Egypt, and was in the process of applying for New Zealand citizenship when he was killed.  He had a masters in engineering but was unable to find work in Egypt, so had moved his family to New Zealand to find a job.

23. Muse Nur Awale, aged 77. Mr. Awale was originally from Somalia, and had been living in Christchurch for about three decades.

24. Mohsin Al Harbi, aged 63. Mr al-Harbi had lived in New Zealand for 25 years, but was originally from Saudi Arabia. He worked in water desalination technology, and sometimes gave sermons at the mosque.

25. Abdukadir Elmi, aged 70. Father of four Elmi brought his family to Christchurch from Somalia about 10 years ago.

26. Omar Faruk, aged 36. Faruk came to New Zealand about two years ago from Bangladesh. He had been working as a welder.

27. Mojammel Hoq, aged 30. Hoq moved to Christchurch from Bangladesh more than three years ago. He worked in health care, and had plans to return to Bangladesh to marry his partner, start a dental clinic and start a family.

28. Hussein Moustafa, aged 70. Moustafa was of Egyptian origin. The family moved to Christchurch 20 years ago.

29. Abdelfattah Qasem, aged 60. Qasem moved to New Zealand from Palestine with his family in the early 1990s because of the Gulf War. He worked as an IT specialist in Kuwait.

30. Linda Armstrong, aged 65. Armstrong grew up in west Auckland, and moved to Christchurch a few years ago to be closer to her daughter and grandchildren. She converted to Islam in her 50s and, according to her nephew Kyron Gosse, was adored by the community at the Al Noor mosque.

31. Zeeshan Raza, aged 38. Raza was a mechanical engineer from Karachi, Pakistan. He moved to New Zealand in 2018. He is survived by his younger sister, who lives in Pakistan. Zeeshan Raza was the only son of Ghulam Husain and Karam Bibi, who were both killed in the attack.

32. Ghulam Hussain Raza, aged 66.  Ghulam Husain grew up in Karachi, Pakistan, and worked for Pakistan Airlines until his retirement.  Hussain is Raza’s father, and was killed in the Linwood Mosque while visiting his son in New Zealand.

33. Karam Bibi Raza, aged in her 63. Bibi, Hussain’s wife and Raza’s mother, was also killed  during her visit to Christchurch. [All three were killed at the Linwood Islamic Centre.]

34. Mohammed Imran Khan, aged 47. Khan moved to New Zealand from India. He owned the Indian Grill restaurant in Christchurch.

35. Hussein Al-Umari, aged 35. Al-Umari was killed while challenging the gunman, his family told the BBC. They moved to New Zealand from the UAE 22 years ago.

36. Junaid Ismail, aged 36. Junaid was born to Indian parents and ran a corner shop in Christchurch.  Junaid leaves behind a wife and three children.

37. Zakaria Bhuiyan, aged 33. Mr Bhuiya had taken a day off to celebrate his 33rd birthday at the mosque. He had moved from Bangladesh to New Zealand, where he worked as a welder helping to rebuild after the devastating earthquake in 2011.

38. Ali Elmadani, aged 66. Elmadani was a retired engineer who had migrated to New Zealand from the UAE more than 20 years ago. His death was also confirmed by the Palestinian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

39. Kamel Darwish, aged 38. Darwish migrated to New Zealand from Jordan just six months prior to the attack. He was working on a dairy farm in Ashburton, and his family remained in Jordan.

40. Maheboob Khokhar, aged 65. Khokhar was the retired manager of a power station in Gujarat, India. He had flown to New Zealand for the first time last week to visit his 27-year-old son, Imran.

41. Asif Vora, aged 56. Vora, also from Gujarat, India, was visiting Christchurch to see his son and daughter-in-law, and to meet his new grandchild.  Asif Vora was killed at the Al Noor mosque alongside his son Ramiz.

42. Ramiz Vora, aged 28. Asif’s son Ramiz was also killed by the ANZ terrorist. He and his wife had just welcomed their child into the world the week before the attack.

43. Ansi Alibava, aged 23. Alibava moved to New Zealand from Kerala, south India a year ago with her husband, Abdul Nazar. She was studying agriculture at Lincoln University, and had worked part-time at Kmart Riccarton and interned at Lincoln Agritech.

44. Ozair Kadir, aged 25. Born in Saudi Arabia to Indian parents, Kadir was a student at International Aviation Academy of New Zealand. He had moved from Hyderabad, India to Christchurch, and had plans to become a commercial pilot.

45. Munir Suleiman, aged 68. Suleiman was a design engineer at Scotts Engineering in Christchurch. He had been in the job for more than 20 years. Egypt’s Ministry of Emigration confirmed his death.

46. Ahmed Jamal al-Din Abdul Ghani, aged 68. Egypt’s Ministry of Emigration, citing authorities in New Zealand, named Ghani as one of the victims.

47. Ashraf Morsi – aged 54. Egypt’s Ministry of Emigration, citing authorities in New Zealand, named Morsi as one of the victims. The father of two leaves behind a wife and two children.

48. Ashraf al-Masri – age unknown. Egypt’s Ministry of Emigration, citing authorities in New Zealand, named Morsi as one of the victims.

49. Matiullah Safi, aged 55. Safi came to New Zealand from Afghanistan about nine years ago. He and his wife had seven children – six sons and a daughter.

50. Zekeriya Tuyan, a Turkish citizen who was critically wounded during the terrorist attacks at two mosques in the New Zealand city of Christchurch on March 15 has died, raising the death toll from the shooting to [at least] 51, a report cited Turkey’s foreign minister on Thursday (May 2, 2019).

51. Muhammad Haziq bin Mohd Tarmizi, aged 17. Muhammad Haziq Mohd-Tarmizi, a teenager “missing” for days until being confirmed as a victim of the Christchurch mosque shootings was a Malaysian national. He was confirmed dead by police on Thursday.

Terrorist victims missing from police count:

52. Mohamad Moosi Mohamedhosen, aged 54. Mohamad Moosid Mohamedhosen was born in Mauritius and came from the town of Vacoas, a report said.

[Note: The following entries appear to be referring to the same person, listed erroneously as two victims by NewsHub . Moderator]

Abdelfattah Qasem – 60  [Abdul Fattah Qasem Ibrahim Qasem, as reported by BBC]
“Qasem moved to New Zealand from Palestine with his family in the early 1990s because of the Gulf War. He was the Muslim Association of Canterbury’s former secretary, and also worked as an IT specialist in Kuwait. The Federation of Islamic Associations of New Zealand confirmed his death.”

Abdul Fattah Qassim al-Daqqah – 59
The Palestinian ministry of foreign affairs also confirmed Abdul Fattah Al-Daqqah, of Palestinian origin, was killed in the terror attack. He was the former secretary of the Muslim Association in Christchurch, NZME reports.


  • No report of any recent death from the injuries is available.
  • No comprehensive list of the critically injured victims has been released.

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