Touching hearing: pain of victims of New Zealand mosque massacre in court room

During the hearing of the conviction of Brenton Tarrant, who was convicted for firing 51 people during a prayer in two mosques in New Zealand last year, many victims gave extremely touching testimony, pleading for severe punishment.

The father of the slain three-year-old child said – true justice will be in the next life

The father of Mussad Ibrahim, a three-year-old child killed in the massacre, said that he would get ‘true justice’ in his next life and that he would be more serious than being imprisoned in prison.

Tarrant set to be sentenced to life for heinous crime

Tarrant is set to be sentenced to life imprisonment for this heinous crime, but judges can sentence him to life imprisonment without parole. Never before has such a sentence been heard in New Zealand.

Daughter who lost her father said- I wish she was with him at the time of attack

While a young woman, Sarah Qasim, said after her father was killed that she only guesses that in her last time she will be scared or in pain. I wish she was with him at that time and could hold his hand. He told the attacker to remember his father’s name Abdelfateh Qasim.

Australian murderer Tarrant continues trial for sentence, victim side gives witnesses

A family member read the statement of Aden Ibrahim Diriye, father of the youngest child Mussad Ibrahim, who was killed in the attack during a four-day hearing on the sentence of Australian bomber Brenton Harrison Tarrant, saying, ‘You have killed my son’. For me you have killed the whole of New Zealand. Know that your real justice will happen in the next life and it will be more strict. Whatever you have done, I will never forgive you. ‘ Diary, who came to New Zealand as a refugee from Somalia 25 years ago, told the court that his child’s future had been taken away.

Nabi , the daughter who lost her father , said – Tarrant should not be spared

Similarly, Ahad Nabi, who lost his 71-year-old father in the attack, said that he should never be spared for the dastardly behavior of the Tarrant on March 15, 2019. Those who kill people from behind should not have any chance of rescue.

Tarant will be sentenced this week after he is convicted of killing 51 people in a terrorist attack

The 29-year-old white gunman Tarrant is scheduled to be sentenced this week after he was convicted of killing 51 people and wounding 40 people in a terrorist attack. He massacred people by going to two mosques during the Namaz prayers in 2019, indiscriminately firing people and also broadcast the massacre live on Facebook.