They are fathers, mothers, grandparents, daughters and sons.
They are refugees, immigrants and New-Zealand born.
They are Kiwis.
These are the names of those who have died or are missing after the horrific acts of terror in Christchurch.
Mucad Ibrahim, 3
At just three years old, Mucad Ibrahim is thought to have been the youngest victim of the massacre.
The toddler had gone to the al Noor mosque with his father and older brother Abdi when the family were caught up in the deadly attack.
Mucad was lost in the melee when the firing started, as Abdi fled for his life and his father pretended to be dead after being shot.
The family searched in vain for the toddler at Christchurch hospital and later posted a photograph of Mucad, smiling with Abdi, along with the caption: “Verily we belong to God and to Him we shall return. Will miss you dearly brother”.
Abdi described his little brother as “energetic, playful and liked to smile and laugh a lot”, confessing he felt nothing but “hatred” for his killer.