Peshawar massacre: Condolences continue to pour in

Anjuman Tulaba-e-Islam organised a candlelight vigil and offered special prayer at Army Public College on Thursday


Our Correspondents December 20, 2014

RAWALPINDI/ ISLAMABAD:


Condolences and condemnation of the Peshawar incident continued for its third day as people from all walks of life paid tribute to the victims of the massacre.


Anjuman Tulaba-e-Islam (ATI) organised a candlelight vigil and offered special prayer at Army Public College on Thursday to express solidarity with the victims.


Participants holding banners and posters condemned the attack.


ATI representative Shaheer Sialvi said, “No words can express the ignominy of such an attack against children in their school,” he further called for “national unity” against terrorism.


In the same vein, President International Islamic University Dr Ahmed Yousif Al Draiweesh said peace is the core message of Islam during the inaugural ceremony of 85th Aima Training Course by Dawah Academy IIUI.


Meanwhile, funeral prayers were also offered in Faisal Mosque to express solidarity for the Peshawar victims.

Published in The Express Tribune, December 20th, 2014. 

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