Victim’s remarkable ‘kind’ two words as he saw terrorist gunman enter mosque

A victim of the horrifying New Zealand shooting greeted the gunman with the words “hello brother” in what is believed to be an incredible final act of bravery. The unidentified man was standing near the entrance to the mosque when the man walked in holding up a gun. At least 49 people have been killed and 48 injured in co-ordinated terror attacks at two mosques in New Zealand. Innocent worshippers at the Masjid Al Noor mosque were shot at point blank range while the suspected gunman – named as Australian national Brenton Tarrant – broadcast the sickening scenes on Facebook using a GoPro camera. At the beginning of the clip as the man walks into the building with his gun clearly on show, a believed victim can be heard calling to him. His brave words, which may have been his last, have been praised by people on social media. Many believe this could have been an attempt to stop the shooting and to show the kindness of Islam. One person wrote on Facebook: “Perhaps this hero was trying to diffuse the situation? “Maybe Allah swt used this man to show the world the kindness that is Islam. “I don’t know but what… Read full this story

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