New Zealand terror attack victims and those missing PICTURED – including boy aged THREE

They are just some of 49 people who were shot dead during attacks on two mosques in Christchurch which left another 48 injured.

The sickening attacks, the worst in New Zealand’s history, saw suspect Brenton Tarrant slaughter 41 worshippers at Al Noor Mosque and seven more at nearby Linwood.

Some of the victims and those missing have now been named and pictured as New Zealand comes to grips with the worst terror attack in memory.

The identities have been released as Tarrant, 28, appeared in court this morning and appeared to make a “white power” symbol.

Those who were killed are set to be buried very soon in keeping with the Islamic faith.

The list of victims and this missing below include a boy, aged three, who tried to run away when he was reportedly gunned down and died in his dad’s arms.

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Another was a hero dad who bravely tried to wrestle the gun away from the shooter but reportedly ended up also being gunned down.

And yet another hero man, aged 71, was also reportedly massacred as he threw himself in front of another worshipper to protect them.

Mucad Ibrahim, 3

Three-year-old Mucad Ibrahim is feared to have died in his father‘s arms after he was shot at the Al Noor Mosque.

Mucad was with his dad and brother for Friday prayers when the attack struck.

It is reported he tried to run from the gunman while his dad and brother both played dead.

MUCAD IBRAHIM: Three year old child Mucad was reportedly shot dead while trying to run away (Pic: NC)

His family say have not seen him since the shooting broke out and that they have not found him at hospitals treating the injured.

His brother, Abdi Ibrahim, told local media they believe Mucad is dead.

Naeem Rashid

Dad Naeem has been praised a hero of the attack after he tried to wrestle the gun off the shooter at Al Noor.

But he was tragically shot and later died in hospital, his family say.

He had been attending Friday prayers with his son Talha, who is also said to have died.

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He had been a teacher who moved to Christchurch from Abbottabad in Pakistan where he worked at a private bank.

Talha Rashid, 21

Talha Rashid had been attending the same mosque as his dad Naeem when he was shot dead in the mass shooting.

Haji Daoud Nabi, 71

Another hero of the shootings, Daoud Nabi, was murdered as he threw himself in front of another worshipper to protect them, his sons say.

Son Omar said his dad had spent his time helping refugees start their new live in New Zealand.

HAJI DAOUD NABI: Hero Haji threw himself in front of another worshipper to protect them (Pic: NC)

Haji was a grandfather-of-nine who also founded a mosque and had become the president of a local Afghan association in Christchurch.

His family reportedly moved to New Zealand in the 1980s from Afghanistan after the Soviet Union‘s invasion.

Sayyad Milne, 14

Sayyad’s dad told the media that he believes his son was killed in the shootings.

The 14-year-old keen footballer had attended Al Noor mosque with his mum, while his brother was on a school trip at the time and his sister was in class.

Dad John Milne told local media: “I‘ve lost my little boy, he‘s just turned 14.”

SAYYAD MILNE: The 14-year-old‘s dad fears his football loving son died in the shooting (Pic: NC)

“I haven‘t heard officially yet that he‘s actually passed but I know he has because he was seen.

“(I’m) keeping it together and tears are helping. people are helping. Just by being here, it is helping.”

Khaled Mustafa

Refugee Khaled Mustafa had tragically only moved to New Zealand a few months ago after escaping war torn Syria.

He died praying at the Al Noor mosque where he was with his two young sons, Syrian Solidarity New Zealand said.

Spokesman Ali Akil said the victim‘s wife was “distraught” and that one of their son‘s Hamza, 16, is also among the missing.

KHALED MUSTAFA: Refugee Khaled had only moved to New Zealand recently after escaping Syria (Pic: NC)

Hosne Ara, 42

Bangladesh consular officials in New Zealand say three people of Bangladeshi origin were killed in the attack.

Hosne Ara is reported to be one of them, and was apparently in the women‘s area of the Al Noor mosque when she heard gunfire.

“Immediately after hearing the sounds of shooting, she rushed to the spot to find out and save her husband, but received bullets and died,” her nephew told local media.

Hussain al-Umari, 35

Hussain is missing after having visited the mosque as he usually does every Friday.

His family say he would go to the mosque then would go to his parents‘ house for dinner on this day.

He last spoke to his parents on Thursday and was said to be excited because they had just bought a new car.

His parents, who moved to New Zealand from the United Arab Emirates in the 1990s, have not heard from him since the attack.

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