Celebrities show support for #PrayForParis

Celebrities show support for #PrayForParis-EJ Salut
EJ Salut


11/16/2015 03:21 PM
Celebrities show support for #PrayForParis

After the news of terrorist attacks in various locations in Paris, France which killed over 140 innocent civilians last November 13, celebrities have posted messages of support, love, and prayers to send out to the world. Others posted their thoughts on the horrifying incident while others just hoped to spread the movement to #PrayForParis and #PrayFortheWorld in order to show awareness for all the attacks on other parts of the world as well. 

Dear Parisians, stand tall like the Eiffel Tower. #prayforparis

A photo posted by Julius Babao (@juliusbabao) on

#prayforparis #stoptheviolence #FridayThe13thTerror #endterrorism #prayforhumanity #prayforpeace Imagine, if your loved ones were in any of these places : the youth watching a concert, eating out, having fun & some drinks at a bar, but were all suddenly killed. They will never come home to you anymore, because the evil ones ended your loved ones lives..just like that. Imagine, if YOU were the victim of such brutality. Your kids will suddenly become orphans. How dare you, #Isis to take the lives of all these innocent people . #heartbreaking #carnage #brutal From Telegraph.Co.uk Casualties At least 128 people have died, according to city officials, with many more wounded. At least 82 people were killed in the concert hall. Four assailants were also killed after police stormed in - three by activating their suicide vests and a fourth shot dead. Gregory Goupil of the Alliance Police Nationale said there were at least three dead in the attacks near the Stade de France, with several others seriously hurt. A little further east at least 18 people died when the terrace of the La Belle Equipe in Rue de Charonne was sprayed with gunfire, while around 14 people were killed at Le Carillon bar-cafe in Rues Bichat. Five people at the Casa Nostra pizzeria were targeted by attackers wielding automatic rifles, according to a witness, Mathieu, 35.

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What kind of a sick world do we live in :( #PrayForParis #PrayForTheWorld

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#PrayForParis :( my heart breaks thinking about the horrific deaths. We need to put an end to this madness.

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A photo posted by JOHN ARCILLA (@johnarcilla) on

My thoughts are with you. Sending love and prayers to the City of Lights. Praying for PEACE. ???????? #prayersforparis

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