Published: Tue, March 19, 2019
Worldwide | By Angelina Lucas

How Abdul Aziz chased away Christchurch shooter

How Abdul Aziz chased away Christchurch shooter

"Gun City did not sell him an MSSA, only A-category firearms", Tipple told a new conference in Christchurch.

Fifty people were killed and dozens wounded at two mosques in Christchurch on Friday.

"I told them 'you guys go inside, I will be alright, '" he said.

"Those sorts of feelings will run high with the prisons".

Brenton Tarrant is reportedly being kept in solitary confinement.

Shaukat Khan said when he heard news of the attack, he sent a message to his friend, Naeem Rashid, reading: "Hope all is well with you and your family".

She vowed emphatically to toughen the laws and despite previous attempts, had wide support to now adopt Australia's approach post the Port Arthur tragedy where more than a third of weapons were surrendered and destroyed as part of a government buyback scheme backed by stricter gun buying laws including outright bans on certain weapons. We are one. They are us, ' she wrote.

On Friday afternoon the city in the country's south island was targeted in what has been described as a designated terrorist attack. He went after him, and he managed to overpower him, and that's how we were saved, " Mr Alabi said, referring to Mr Aziz.

Alabi said he had never expected to experience a terrorist attack in New Zealand.

When he realised the mosque was being attacked, he ran towards Tarrant, picking up a credit card machine as a makeshift weapon.

Many returned to work and school on Monday, but little about it felt ordinary.

A heavy police presence was on the streets as a precaution.

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Separately, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said gun law reforms would be announced within 10 days and an inquiry conducted into intelligence and security services that failed to detect the risk from the attacker or his plans.

Protesters outside Christchurch's largest gun shop.

The Australian Federal Police said the primary aim of the investigation was to "formally obtain material that may assist New Zealand police in their ongoing investigation".

Footage from the attack also shows at least one worshipper at the Noor Mosque, who was gunned down while trying to charge Tarrant during his rampage.

Tarrant meanwhile revealed he planned to run his own trial defence, raising fears he will use the court as a platform for his views.

Tarrant appeared in the Christchurch District Court on Saturday where he was charged with one count of murder. He said the gunman was cursing at him, yelling that he was going to kill them all.

The first release was approved on Sunday but the family say another relative was killed and they want them released together.

"He didn't appear to me to be facing any challenges or mental impairment other than holding fairly extreme views".

He did not enter a plea and was remanded in custody until early April.

Milne said he was overwhelmed by the support he and the other families have received from the Christchurch community and internationally. So Lateef's unnamed fellow worshipper seized the initiative and grabbed the rifle, following the attacker to his auto and using it to smash the vehicle's back window before running away. The minimum age for a gun license is 16, and 18 to own a semi-automatic weapon.

On Sunday, Ms Ardern said her office was one of more than 30 recipients of an emailed copy of the manifesto just nine minutes before guns were fired.

Still, violent crime is rare in New Zealand and police do not usually carry guns.

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