Nabi considered the nation 'heaven' 

An Afghan man, thought to be in his 60s or 70s, passed on after he apparently kept running into the line of flame on Friday to spare individual admirers at the Al Noor mosque in focal Christchurch. 

Daoud Nabi had lived in New Zealand for over 40 years in the wake of escaping Afghanistan as an exile in the late 1970s, and trusted his embraced home to be a "cut of heaven", said his child Omar. Omar took in his dad had kicked the bucket in the wake of endeavoring to shield another person from a slug. 

"I got told by my closest companion's dad... that he jumped on another person to spare their life," he told Stuff.co.nz. "He bounced in the terminating line to spare another person's life and he has passed away." 

Sayyad Milne, 14, kicked the bucket at the Al Noor mosque which he went to with his mom and companions each Friday, The New Zealand Herald revealed. "A fearless little officer. It's so difficult... to see him just gunned somewhere near somebody who couldn't have cared less about anybody or anything," his dad John said. 

The last time Mucad Ibrahim, matured three, was seen alive was at the Al Noor mosque with his sibling and father. His sibling Abdi figured out how to escape the bloodletting while his dad imagined he was dead after he was shot and figured out how to get away, The Age said. Mucad has not been seen since the shooting. 

Mr. Abdi said his family — who had been to Christchurch Hospital and glanced through the rundown of individuals there — thought his sibling had doubtlessly passed on at the mosque.

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