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This is how Afghan man stopped New Zealand terrorist from more bloodshed

KARACHI: Details of how a man saved a large number of other Muslims at a New Zealand mosque through his valour have surfaced.

According to details, an Afghan national, Abdul Aziz ran after the terrorist, who was rampaging through two mosques of Christchurch city, with an empty gun and managed to stop the assailant from pulling out more weapons from his vehicle and forcing him to flee from the scene of the incident.

Abdul Aziz smashed window of the terrorist’s vehicle with strikes of the gun, which the culprit had dropped to pull out more weapons from his car.

“Allah (SWT) saved them all, not me,” he said.

He said the extremist had thought that he would fire on him, that was why, he ran away. He said he was relieved that there was less bloodshed in comparison with the other mosque.

Read More: New Zealand mosque attack suspect charged with murder

The right-wing extremist who filmed himself rampaging through two mosques in the quiet New Zealand city of Christchurch martyring 49 worshippers appeared in court on a murder charge Saturday.

Australian-born 28-year-old Brenton Tarrant appeared in the dock as the judge read a single murder charge against him. A raft of further charges are expected.



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