Naeem Rashid Bio
Naeem Rashid, the Man who tried to stop the shooter from killing other Muslims in today’s New Zealand mosque attack has been identified as a Pakistani originating from Abbottabad.
Naeem Rashid Friends Tributes
Naeem was my workmate. We both worked in education. He was a loving, caring, and kind man. Always polite and friendly. He was also an incredibly hard-working, always generous with his time for students. He and his son will be missed. He was a successful educator, and also one of the bravest men I can say I have known.
Please love those around you.
Naeem Rashid Age
Naeem Rashid, 50, was captured on video trying to tackle the alleged gunman, Brenton Tarrant, outside a Christchurch mosque in a bid to save others.
Mr Rashid was among the 50 people killed when the crazed gunman opened fire on worshippers at Al Noor mosque and Linwood mosque.
Naeem Rashid Wife
Mr Rashid’s wife, Amber Naeem, has revealed how she was forced to listen to her husband and 21-year-old son, Talha, being killed.
Ms Naeem was trapped in a prayer room with about 30 other women and children as the attacker murdered their friends and family.
Naeem Rashid Awards
Prime Minister Imran Khan on Sunday announced that New Zealand mosque massacre hero Mian Naeem Rashid will be honoured with a national award for his bravery. Naeem Rashid and his son Talha
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