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May 23rd, 2017
LONDON, U.K., World Sindhi Congress (WSC) strongly condemns the bombing attack at a concert in Manchester, UK this Monday, May 22nd, 2017. This attack is an act of extremism and terrorism that killed 22 people and left 59 injured, the largest attack in the United Kingdom since 2005.
Monday night, a concert by the music artist Ariana Grande was ending and attendees were leaving the venue. The attacker detonated a bomb in a public area near an exit of the venue, killing and injuring many. Victims are still being identified. Amongst the victims are young adults, teenagers, and even young children.
WSC is disturbed and saddened by the loss of life, especially the children and youths whose lives were unfairly cut short by terrorism. WSC extends their deepest condolences to all touched by this attack. WSC stands in solidarity with the United Kingdom and the rest of the world in deploring these acts and promoting global peace for all people. WSC encourages people of the United Kingdom to stand together and with their international community for support and help in these difficult times.
The World Sindhi Congress (WSC) is one of the most prominent human rights advocacy organizations for Sindh and Sindhis. The main objective of WSC is to create a better understanding among the international community about the persecuted status of Sindhis in Pakistan and about the Sindhi people’s struggles for their human rights, including the right to self-determination. WSC is a registered company in England and Wales, and in USA, organized to carry out non-profit activities only. For more information, visit http://www.worldsindhicongress.org.