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The Christchurch mosque hero who threw a letter machine at Brenton Tarrant before chasing him down the street has once again faced the “coward” in court.

Tarrant shot and killed 51 Muslim worshipers in New Zealand’s worst mass shooting on March 15 last year.

Abdul Aziz Wahabzadah, an Afghan-born Australian citizen, ran into Tarrant while shooting innocent men, women and children at the Linwood Islamic Center.
Moments earlier, Tarrant had massacred more than 40 people at the nearby Al Noor Mosque.

The 29-year-old mass murderer has sat in the Christchurch Superior Court dock for three days, listening to 91 statements from the victims, while still offering little emotion.

Submitting your victim impact statement
Mr. Wahabzadah looked Tarrant in the eye

Delivering his statement on the impact of the victim on Wednesday, Wahabzadah looked Tarrant in the eye and said, “You know the face … the one that chased you.”

Brenton Tarrant, 29, has sat in the Christchurch High Court dock for three days, hearing 91 statements from victims, offering little emotion in response

Brenton Tarrant, 29, has sat on the Christchurch Superior Court bench for three days, listening to 91 statements from victims, offering little emotion in response.

Abdul Aziz Wahabzadah, an Australian citizen born in Afghanistan who threw an Eftpos machine at Tarrant during the massacre, told Tarrant he should 'thanks Allah' he didn't catch him

Abdul Aziz Wahabzadah, an Afghan-born Australian citizen who threw an Eftpos machine at Tarrant during the massacre, told Tarrant that he should ‘thank Allah’ because he didn’t catch him.
Delivering his victim impact statement on Wednesday, Mr Wahabzadah looked Tarrant in the eyes and said: 'You know the face ... the one who chase you out'

Delivering his victim impact statement on Wednesday, Mr Wahabzadah looked Tarrant in the eyes and said: ‘You know the face … the one who chase you out’

Mr. Wahabzadah was praying near the entrance to the mosque when the shooting started.

You should thank Allah that I didn’t find you that day. You will never forget these two eyes that you run from, ” he said.

During Tarrant’s deadly rampage, she returned to her car at the entrance of the mosque after firing the first shots.

Mr. Wahabzadah was praying near the entrance to the mosque when the shooting started.

He bravely grabbed a nearby [Eftpos] card machine and ran after Tarrant, who was dressed in a bulletproof vest, military clothing, and a helmet with a camera on the front.

“At first I thought it was someone from the government trying to come for our protection, then this coward (said),” Who the hell are you? “He just started insulting me. I threw the Eftpos machine at his head and then he started shooting me, ” he said.

Mr. Wahabzadah managed to dive between two cars to avoid the bullets. He then took one of Tarrant’s discarded rifles and threw it in his car window as he tried to flee.

Abdul Aziz Wahabzadah Tarrant’s chilling words ‘hurt a lot’ to hear

Wahabzadah said Tarrant’s chilling words “hurt a lot” because he was not fully aware of the carnage he had caused.

He picked up the rifle again and chased Tarrant’s car down the street, before being briefly arrested because the police were the shooter.

While at the police station giving his statement, Mr. Wahabzadah begged the officers to allow him “15 minutes in a cell” with Tarrant.

Abdul Aziz Wahabzadah bravely picked up a nearby Eftpos machine and ran outside after Tarrant amid the massacre

Abdul Aziz Wahabzadah bravely grabbed a nearby Eftpos machine and ran after Tarrant amid the slaughter.

Ahad Nabi gave a poisonous speech to Tarrant, who has revealed little during his time.

Ahad Nabi gave a venomous address to Tarrant, who has given little away during his time in the dock, concluding with a middle-fingered gesture to the terrorist

Ahad Nabi gave a venomous address to Tarrant, who has given little away during his time in the dock, concluding with a middle-fingered gesture to the terrorist

Ahad Nabi is seen reading a victim impact statement during the sentencing hearing for Christchurch mosque gunman Brenton Tarrant
Ahad Nabi is seen reading a victim impact statement during the sentencing hearing of Christchurch mosque gunman Brenton Tarrant.

Wahabzadah’s courage, which drew applause in the courtroom.

Judge Cameron Mander praised Wahabzadah’s bravery, prompting applause in the courtroom.

As part of the lengthy sentencing process, a key part of New Zealand’s justice system, Tarrant was expected to give some explanation for his crimes or offer extenuating evidence.

Instead, he signaled his intention to waive those rights and choose not to speak in his own sentence. Reserve attorney Philip Hall, on the other hand, will make brief statements on your behalf.

Then Tarrant will be sentenced, ending New Zealand’s longest criminal sentence.

One of his victims, Aden Diriye, said that he will never forgive Tarrant for killing his three-year-old son.

Abdul Aziz Wahabzadah Quick Facts

  • Brenton Tarrant gunned down 51 Muslim worshipers in Christchurch last March 
  • Abdul Aziz Wahabzadah rushed towards Tarrant at the Linwood Islamic Centre
  • Mr Wahabzadah was praying near the mosque entry when the shooting started
  • He bravely picked up a nearby Eftpos machine and ran outside after Tarrant
  • Mr Wahabzadah picked up Tarrant’s discarded rifle and chased after Tarrant

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