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Found by @nohazayed in Egypt
Found by @alqamash in Doha, Qatar. #foundkhtt
Mucad Ibrahim was wearing little white socks on the day of the Christchurch terrorist attacks. The type with grips so that toddlers don’t slip. 
Three masts, three waves and three stars to signify Mucad’s short time in this life. Artworks by @saliahgram #50lives
When a man began his hate-fueled rampage in Christchurch, Talha Rashid was inside the Al Noor mosque, praying. "Talha was a gem. He was such a kind, gentle person" his mother, Ambreen said.

Talha was 21, had just graduated from college and was working as an engineer. "He will live forever because beautiful things never die," Artwork by @owaikeo #50lives (Words: CBS News)
Abdul Fattah Qasem from Palestine, was a respected elder in the Muslim community and helped with interpretation for refugees and migrants from the Middle East. He had moved to New Zealand in the early 1990s. "He is a massive man, a giant. He has a heart of gold. He was that fantastic person who just wanted everyone to be amazing”. Artwork by @waelmorcos (Words:BBC) #50lives
Mounir Suleiman 68, was one of four Egyptians who died in the Christchurch terror attacks. He was an engineer who converted from Christianity to Islam in the mid-1990s. He had migrated to New Zealand in pursuit of a better life. Artwork by @al.up2sky #50Lives

منير سليمان،٦٨ سنه. كان أحد الضحايا المصريين الذين تلقوا حتفهم في الهجوم الإرهابي في كرايستشرش. كان مهندساً مسيحياً، أسلم في منتصف التسعينات وهاجر إلى نيوزيلندا من أجل أن يحضى بحياة أفضل.
70 year old Hussein Moustafa had prayed in the same corner of Masjid Al Noor since the family moved to Christchurch 20 years ago from Egypt.

He died among many of his best friends. "They used to sit together and when I saw the video and saw the shooting in that corner I knew he was one of the victims," said his daughter, Arwa Moustafa.
It's just heartbreaking." Since his retirement Hussein spent much of his spare time at the mosque as a volunteer. "He helped the non-Arabic speakers to learn Arabic and learn the Koran," she said. "He was in the mosque just looking after it, he was just tidying up every day and making sure people were being looked after." Artwork by @fatimaakain (Words: NZHerald) #50lives ‎كان حسين مصطفى البالغ من العمر 70 عامًا قد اعتاد أن يصلي في ذات الركن من مسجد النور منذ انتقال العائلة من مصر إلى كرايستشيرش في نيوزلندا قبل 20 عامًا.
‎توفي هو والعديد من أصدقائه المقربين معاً. وقالت ابنته أروى مصطفى "اعتادوا أن يجلسوا معاً في تلك الزاوية، وعندما شاهدت الفيديو وشاهدت إطلاق النار في تلك الزاوية تيقنت حينها أنه كان من بين الضحايا". كم هو أمر محزن! ‎وقالت: "منذ تقاعده، قضى حسين الكثير من وقت فراغه في المسجد كمتطوع، فقد ساعد المتحدثين غير العرب على تعلم اللغة العربية وتعلم القرآن. ‎لقد كان يقضي وقته في المسجد ويعتني به، كان يحرص على ترتيبه ونظافته كل يوم وأن يتأكد أن مرتاديه يلقون الاهتمام اللازم".
Every day after work, Mohammad Omar Faruk would pray, and he would call his family back home in Bangladesh.

Family was everything for Faruk; a kind, pious man who was expecting his first child with his wife, Sanjida Neha. He was excited – so excited to be a father, the 36-year-old told friends after arriving back in Christchurch from a trip to Bangladesh earlier this year.

He did not get the chance. Two months after he arrived back in the city, a gunman entered the Al Noor Mosque, on Deans Ave, where Faruk and others were gathered for Friday prayers. Artwork by @maajed_ahmed (Words: stuff.co.nz)

كل يوم بعد العمل، كان محمد عمر فاروق يصلي، و كان يتصل ب أسرته في بنغلادش.

لقد كانت العائلة اهم شيئ لفاروق، فاروق رجلاً طيباً تقياً، كان ينتظر قدوم طفله الأول مع زوجته (سانجيدا نيها). لقد كان متحمساً، متحمساً للغاية ليصبح أب، البالغ من العمر ٣٦ عام أخبر اصدقائه، بعد أن عاد إلى كرايستشيرش من رحلته إلى بنغلادش في وقت سابق هذا العام. 
لم يحصل على هذه الفرصة. بعد شهرين من وصوله إلى المدينة، دخل مسلح إلى مسجد النور، في شارع دينز، حيث تجمع فاروق و آخرون لأداء صلاة الجمعة.
"I couldn't find a more softly spoken, shy, beautiful personality," Junaid’s cousin, Javed Dadabhai, said. "Whenever you met him you had to re-evaluate who you were as a person, he had that kind of effect.” Junaid leaves behind his wife and three children under 5. Artworks by @tarekchemaly and @f6om_sgf (Words: stuff.co.nz)

قال جافيد دادابهّي قريب جُنادي، "لم أستطع أن أجد أحداً أكثر نعومة بالكلام، خجول، جميل الشخصيه"
"كلما ألتقيت به، توجب عليك أن تقيم نفسك من جديد كـ من أنت كشخص، يوجد لديه هذا النوع من التأثير" 
جُنادي يترك وراءه زوجته وثلاث أولاد تحت سن الخامسة.
Mucad Ibrahim was wearing little white socks, the type with grippy stripes on the bottom so that toddlers don’t slip. His shoes were still at the entrance. His big brown eyes, usually alight with laughter, were closed as he was rushed to the ambulance. Artwork by @kmrghani (Words: WaPost) #50lives
Karam Bibi was killed with her husband Ghulam Husain and son Zeeshan Raza at the Linwood Islamic Centre.

She and her husband were in Christchurch visiting their son, who moved to New Zealand last year.

They are survived by their daughter, Maryam Gul. Artwork by @design_kaaf (Words:BBC) #50lives