A horrified mum listened to her teenage son dying after he was shot by far-right terror maniac Brenton Tarrant in the New Zealand mosques massacre. Panic-stricken Hamza Mustafa phoned Salwa as the killer unleashed volleys of bullets during his murderous rampage. The 16-year-old was desperately trying to flee the gunman with brother Zaid, 13, when he made the call. Salwa, whose husband Khaled, 44, was also among the 50 worshippers killed in the shootings, told of her son’s frantic pleas as New Zealanders united in grief and against hate yesterday. She said: “He said, ‘Mum, there’s someone come into the mosque and he’s shooting us.’ “He was running with his brother who had been shot in his leg. “After that I heard shooting and he screamed and after that I didn’t hear him. I called, ‘Hamza, Hamza,’ and I can hear his little voice and after that it was quiet.” Salwa, who only arrived in New Zealand with her family last year after escaping war-torn Syria, clung to her phone for 20 minutes but could only hear silence as her boy’s life slipped away. She added: “His phone was on, but I couldn’t talk to him. Then someone picked up… Read full this story
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