Tarishi Jain, 19, was one of three US students and 20 people in total to be hacked to death in the Holey Artisan Bakery in an upmarket district of the Bangladeshi capital.
With gunfire in her ears and sheer panic in her voice, she called her father to say: 'I am very afraid... I'm not sure whether I will be able to come out alive.'
'They are killing everyone here... I think we will be killed one by one,' she added in the heart-breaking call, made just before 6am in the morning as round after round of gunfire rang out just outside the toilet doors.
Bangladeshi authorities later confirmed that Tarishi, who was studying Economics at the University of California, was killed alongside fellow US collegiates Abinta Kabir, 18, and Faraaz Hossain, who were both enrolled at the Emory University in Georgia.
They would often hang out at the Holey Artisan Bakery, famed for its bagels, croissants and coffee, the India Times reported.
Witnesses told of how seven Islamist terrorists stormed the cafe armed with assault weapons, pistols and sharp objects before taking more than 30 people hostage.
ISIS claimed responsibility for the attacks, releasing photos of the grinning killers, but Bangladeshi authorities have denied the despotic terror group was responsible for the attack.
Authorities today released the first names of the five attackers - Akash, Badhon, Bikash, Don and Ripon - who are all said to come from 'rich' Bangladeshi families.
'They are all Bangladeshis. They are from rich families, they have good educational background,' the country's Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan said.
He said the men were part of a homegrown Sunni Muslim terror group known as of Jumatul Mujahedeen Bangladesh and their motive is as yet unknown. [...]
Posted by Women Against Shariah on Sunday, July 3, 2016
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