Friday is the hottest day of the week for mosques around the world, when Muslims gather for prayer prayers. Wahabzadah told CNN he ran outside as soon as he heard the shots, grabbing the reader of the credit card along the way. He collided with a man in "army clothes" armed with weapons and cameras.
Wahabzada said that he had thrown a reader of credit cards in order to divert the gun from the mosque.
"I just wanted to scare him so he did not go in," he said. Unfortunately, the shooter did it.
The reader of a credit card hit an arch member, who then ran back to the parking lot and began to shoot at Wahabzadah. The shooter dropped the first gun, which Wahabzada called a gun, and began to shoot from the other. He said that the militant could not pick up a good angle on Wahabzadah, because Wahabzada broke between cars and the fence. ran for her husband and tried to pull the trigger, but realized that the pistol was empty.
"When he sees me … hunting with a pistol, he was sitting in his car", ̵
Vahabzada did not stop at this. He said he continued to pursue a rifle who turned around and ran away. It was then that Wahabzadah said that he returned to the mosque to find out about the extent of violence.