The Prophet who lost his father in a terrorist attack in New Zealand: He was a hero

Yama Nabi, the son of Haji Dawood Nabi, who was killed in a terrorist attack at the Noor Mosque in Christchurch, New Zealand, says his pain has not abated in the three years since his father’s death. “I missed him so much. He was a hero.” Says

Nabi, who is in Turkey with his mother Shaima Nabi at the Hello Brother World Peace Symposium organized by the International Knowledge and Perception Association (BILAL) on the anniversary of the attack, told the AA correspondent.

Yama Nabi, who lost his father, Hockey David Dawood Nabi, in the March 15, 2019 attack on the Noor Mosque by Brenton Tarant, said he was attacked by his daughter while going somewhere in his car, and after hearing gunshots, he parked his car and his He told the girl to stay in the car.

Trying to understand where the sound of gunfire was coming from, the Prophet mentioned that when he received the news of the attack on the mosque, he tried to go to his father, but he could not reach his father’s phone.

Nabi said that when he went to the mosque and asked about his father, the mosque community said that his father had not been attacked and had left the scene to comfort him, but they later found his father’s body. “My father was a helper for him. Son, he was a leader for the Muslim community, a hero, to tell you what happened.” Says

“I miss him so much.”

Reminding that 3 years have passed since the incident, Nabi said, “I missed him very much. My father was a hero.” He said.

The Prophet emphasized that losing his father was very difficult for his siblings, mother and himself and said that even in the last words of Haji Dawood Nabi he represented Islam and peace.

“Hello brother” was his last word.

Haji Dawood Nabi’s last words for the purpose of terrorist tarantula were “Hello brother”, the Prophet said, “Hello brother” was his last word He represented Islam, he represented peace. 51 people that darkness. He was martyred one day. This is a sad day for the whole family. Everyone has lost a loved one, “she said.

Nabi thanked the officials of the association and said that the International Knowledge and Perception Association had helped him to finally come to Turkey.

“Muslims are weak if they are not united”

Lauren Booth, the brother-in-law of former British Prime Minister Tony Blair, who converted to Islam, said he felt the wounds of the Prophet’s family had not yet healed. .

On the third anniversary of the attack, the grief of the families of the 51 people who lost their lives has not abated and should be remembered today, “said Lauren.” So, we must first pay tribute to those who lost their family members. Says

Referring to the growing Islamophobia in the United States and Europe, Lauren said, “After the growing Islamophobia in Europe and the United States, the call is made. Used phrases.

“We must be united.”

Noting that the Prophet advised Muslims to be united, Lauren said, “We can be merciful and patient, but we must be united at some point.” Says

“I think Pakistan and President Recep Tayyip Erdogan (against Islamophobia) have taken some interesting steps. Is that enough? Time will show what we need,” Lauren said of the Muslim Unity Movement around the world. He said.

The biggest contributors to success against Islamophobia are young people living in cities like Paris, London and New York and those who know Islam, “said Lorraine,” because a weak, miserable and overwhelmed person is someone who loses interest in life, or more accurately. , Does not serve any community on the planet. ” Used phrases.

Lorraine stressed that if Muslims learn their faith in the best way and the world realizes it, there will be no place for fear and the world will be a more peaceful place.

Terrorist sentenced to life imprisonment

On March 15, 2019, a terrorist attack on the Noor and Linwood mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, led by Australian terrorist Brenton Tarant, killed Turkish citizen Zekaria Tuan and 51 others, and 49 people, including Tamel. Atakochu and Mustafa Bojtas were killed. Get injured

Terrorist Tarant, who was apprehended by police shortly after the attack, was sentenced by the Christchurch High Court on 27 August 2020 to life in prison without parole after pleading guilty to 51 counts of murder, 40 counts of attempted murder and one count of terrorism.

Tarant has pleaded guilty to all charges against him.

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