Tunisia

Tunisia Massacre

Tunisia Massacre

(Passed – 2015)

  • Flowers for those who died x
    Given by Amanda Smith
  • Lit for all those who lost their lives. I hope it burns forever to show our solidarity against terrorism. x
    Lit by Amanda Smith
Tunisia

Tunisia Massacre

Tunisia Massacre
(Passed – 2015)

In memory of

Tunisia Massacre

(Passed – 2015)
About Tunisia
On 26 June 2015, there was an Islamic terror attack at the tourist resort at Port El Kantaoui, near the city of Sousse in Tunisia.
Thirty-eight people, thirty of whom were British, were killed when an armed gunman attacked a hotel.
It was the deadliest non-state attack in the history of modern Tunisia.
This is an online tribute created to remember those victims, may they rest in peace.
Remembrance Messages
On 5th Jul 2015
Amanda Smith
wrote:
I hope that we all learn from this tragedy that killing and more killing doesn't fix anything. Especially when it is innocent civilians in the firing line. My sympathies go out to the families of the murdered and I hope that all those responsible are brought to justice. This is a tragedy that broke my heart when I watched it on the news. RIP
Remembrance Messages
On 5th Jul 2015
Shaun Roberts
wrote:
What a senseless waste of life this was. My heart goes out to all those affected by this horrendous tragedy.
May the victims of this massacre rest in peace. x
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Kindly given by
Amanda Smith
on 6th Jul 2015
They wrote:
Flowers for those who died x
Kindly lit by
Amanda Smith
on 6th Jul 2015
They wrote:
Lit for all those who lost their lives. I hope it burns forever to show our solidarity against terrorism. x
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Tunisia Massacre - tribute extract

Tunisia Massacre

On 26 June 2015, there was an Islamic terror attack at the tourist resort at Port El Kantaoui, near the city of Sousse in Tunisia.
Thirty-eight people, thirty of whom were British, were killed when an armed gunman attacked a hotel.
It was the deadliest non-state attack in the history of modern Tunisia.
This is an online tribute created to remember those victims, may they rest in peace.

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Amanda Smith
Shaun Roberts
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