More than $ 400 000 for one of the victims who survived the slaughter of the mosque

News 9 February, 2018
  • Archival Photo Simon Clark
    Aymen Derbali has received after wearing a ball to the chin, three in the belly, a arm, one near the heart and another who is still stuck in the top of his back in his spinal cord.

    Nicolas Lachance

    Friday, 9 February 2018 13:55

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    The fundraising campaign launched to help Aymen Derbali, this man who was received seven bullets during the shooting of the Great Mosque of Quebec, and who is now a quadriplegic, has exceeded its goal of $400,000.

    Launched by a muslim association of Toronto on the platform of sociofinancement LaunchGood, the campaign has managed to raise over 400 to $500.

    On the evening of the killing, the father of three children, had tried heroically to stop the gunman. The latter has been finally taken into the flu by the assailant receiving a burst of bullets.

    Everyone believed he was dead, but Aymen Derbali has survived and was saved by a surgeon of the Hospital of the Child Jesus. However, this attack has left its scars.

    His state of health will force the family to leave the apartment in which she lives in the area of Sainte-Foy to move into a home that will be adapted to the new physical condition of Mr. Derbali.

    This is so that the family can acquire this remains that the fundraising campaign had been set up.