ISLAMABAD – The monstrous attack on Army Public School in Peshawar sent a ripple of resentment throughout the world invoking an international outcry against the barbaric terrorist attack taking a heavy toll on innocent Pakistani families.
International community throughout the world including Heads of States, Leaders, Journalists and Actors are extending their condolences and prayers to Peshawar victims in this moment of mourning.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi condemned this heinous act of terror.
British Prime Minister David Cameron expressed his shock.
Former Senior Minister & Minister for Faith & Communities in U.K. Syeeda Warsi who is of Pakistani origins condoled.
Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir Omar Abdullah not only extended his condolences but stringently hushed the anti Pakistan sentiments in his tweets.
Foreign Secretary at Foreign & Commonwealth Office Philip Hammond appalled at attack.
Blogger, Political Activist and advisor Peter Daou expresses on the attack.
Free Press Advocate, Founder Editor of The Namibian and Chairperson of Media Trust Gwen Lister on the issue.
Feminist writer/public speaker on Muslim issues and global feminism Mona Elthahaway strongly condemned the attack.
Indian actresses Amisha Patel and Amrita Arora on the issue.