Internet Rallies Around Brussels After Terrorist Attacks
The world is reacting to Tuesday’s terror attacks in Brussels.
Sympathy for the victims and the city have poured in from all over the world, with people taking to social media to express their thoughts and prayers. French newspaper Le Monde was among them, showing its support for the city after Paris was attacked last November. There were also plenty of images of the Belgian cartoon character Tintin.
— Le Monde (@lemondefr) March 22, 2016
— Mac (@klairemac94) March 22, 2016
— tara strong (@tarastrong) March 22, 2016
"Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that.
Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that." – MLK#JeSuisBruxelles
— Chance Berndt (@Chance_Berndt) March 22, 2016
Where there's violence, there's evil. Hold your loved ones close and lets fight these monsters together. #JeSuisBruxelles
— ALICEWELL (@AlicewellBand) March 22, 2016
Ce soir, @LaTourEiffel sera illuminée aux couleurs de la Belgique.
— Paris (@Paris) March 22, 2016
— Marc Márquez (@marcmarquez93) March 22, 2016
— Le Figaro Culture (@Figaro_Culture) March 22, 2016
— Mazel Galerie (@MazelGalerie) March 22, 2016
#Brussels has been hit by terror attacks today, explosions ripped through Brussels airport and a metro station. People leave candles and flowers in tribute to victims of the attacks in front of the stock exchange building in the city center of #Brussels. People are sharing messages and photos of solidarity using #jesuisbruxelles. (NICOLAS MAETERLINCK/AFP/Getty Images) #bruxelles #belgium