During a recent interview Ambreen Naeem mentioned that her faith has made her stronger at this time of grief and she will definitely go to Masjid for praying and nothing can stop her from that.
CHRISTCHURCH: Amber Naeem, 22-year-old Talha Naeem’s mother and Naeem Rashid’s wife who lost their life in Christchurch attack saving others in New Zealand last Friday, has said that Islam is the religion of peace which teaches to save other people's lives.
While giving an interview to The Project NZ, a television news show in New Zealand on Tuesday, Ambreen said that she feels 'sorry for the terrorist who attacked the mosque and pities him because he had hate in his heart and that he can’t feel the peace which we can'.
The extremely courageous woman said, "Naeem Rashid tried to save the people because he was a loving man, and love made him do that courageous attempt of saving others life on Friday."
During the interview she also mentioned that her faith has made her stronger at this time of grief and she will definitely go to Masjid for praying and nothing can stop her from that.
The interviewer Kanoa Lloyd said that it takes a lot to hold up after that kind of an incident but the way Ambreen is recovering from it is because of her strong faith.
Lloyd went on to mention that one of Ambreen's goals now is to learn driving because her son and her husband used to drive her younger son to the school in New Zealand, however she would want to learn how to do that now.
Pakistani immigrant Naeem Rashid received bullets while he tried to tackle the terrorist in Christchurch attack on Friday, March that 15 left 50 dead. The terrorist was identified as Brenton Terrant, white supremacist, who was charged with murder on Sunday.
On the other hand, Prime Minister Imran Khan has announced that the martyred Naeem Rashid will be awarded with a National Award for his great sacrifice.