"When I close my eyes, I still see bodies everywhere", he said.
Aya Al-Umari, whose older brother Hussien Al-Umari died at the Al Noor mosque, wept as she talked about a kind man, a quintessential big brother who delighted in teasing his little sister. Dead bodies were strewn around the mosque, among them his close friends.
"I think if words can't describe how you feel, then singing is ideal".
"We can't sleep there because the two people are not with us", he said.
"We believe absolutely there was only one attacker responsible for this", he said. When I went home last night, my wife told me all the neighbours, they sent flowers. cards, foods, cakes.
Grief continued to wash across the nation Monday, with New Zealanders of all stripes gathering to express revulsion over the killings - and a unified front against racial hatred. They showed all their love. "Everyone is trying to support each other so that it won't happen again in this country".
At the Linwood mosque, worshippers were about to drop to the floor for the second part of the prayer service, when Lateef spotted the gunman.
Mr Aziz picked up the first thing he could find - a credit card machine - and ran outside screaming "Come here!"
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A 48-year old man Abdul Aziz has been labelled a hero for chasing away the gunman who had attacked the mosque in Christchurch, New Zealand, where him and almost 100 worshippers were observing their prayers. But he drove away and Aziz said he chased the vehicle down the street to a red light before it made a U-turn and sped away.
Forty-eight-year-old Abdul Aziz is being called hero for his courageous actions during the Christchurch shooting at the Linwood Mosque last Friday.
Australian Brenton Tarrant, 28, a self-described white supremacist, has been charged with murder.
Mr Aziz (48) has been praised for saving many people inside by leading the gunman on a cat-and-mouse chase before scaring him into speeding away in his vehicle.
Alabi said he heard a voice outside the mosque at about 1.55pm and stopped the prayer he was leading and looked out the window, the London Mail reported yesterday.
"We detected nothing extraordinary about this licence holder", admitted David Tipple, the owner of Christchurch outlet Gun City, which claims to be the largest gun store in the world. The gunman was apprehended by two armed police officers soon afterwards.
"I realised this is something else". Five Indians were killed, its High Commission said. They hesitated. A shot rang out, a window shattered and a body fell, and people began to realise it was for real.
"As a community, we would like that person to go through the process, the due process, and to be given all his rights", he said. He added that if the shooter had managed to enter the mosque all of the worshippers would probably have been killed.
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Aziz said police who arrived after the shooting blocked him from re-entering the mosque, thinking he might have been the gunman as he was seen earlier with the weapon.
He said he could hear his two youngest sons, aged 11 and 5, urging him to come back inside.
The gunman returned, firing.
Police say the killer used military-style assault weapons modified to make them more deadly for the attack - all of which is legal under current laws.
Tarrant ran back to his auto and got another gun.
"The windshield shattered, that's why he got scared". Aziz says this then prompted the suspect to drive off, prompting him to give chase.
Born in Kabul, Afghanistan, Aziz left his homeland as a refugee when he was a boy and lived 25 years in Australia before moving to New Zealand a couple of years ago.
She said: "I was one of more than 30 recipients.it did not include location. We will always stand as one". Farid said he forgives the gunman, and harbours no hatred toward him. It was like he was on autopilot.
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Tipple said he felt no responsibility for the tragedy and refused to say whether he believed gun ownership laws should change in New Zealand, insisting a debate over guns should be held at another time.