A series of six alleged terrorist attacks in Paris on Friday night have left at least 120 dead and many wounded. Here is a collection of tributes, condolences and reactions from Muslim scholars and leaders all over the world on social media:
#ParisAttacks Terrorism has no faith & knows no boundaries. Our thoughts are with victims & loved ones.
— Mufti Ismail Menk (@muftimenk) November 14, 2015
An innocent soul is an innocent soul; no matter about religion, creed, color, gender, race, ethnicity, and age. May Allaah protect us all. — Alaa Elsayed (@sheikhalaa) November 14, 2015
Saddened by terrorist attacks in Beirut, Lebanon & Paris, France. Strongly condemn these acts of terror. — Imran Khan (@ImranKhanPTI) November 14, 2015
Our prayers are with the victims of violence and terror around the world. — Hamza Yusuf (@hamzayusuf) November 14, 2015
— Omar Suleiman (@omarsuleiman504) November 13, 2015
Our prayers go out to the people of France. Paris attacks: Dozens dead and hostages held at Bataclan. https://t.co/j2fgoaFist
Every single human being in every corner of this world deserves to live in safety and security and without fear. They deserve to pray, travel, work, shop and play in peace. The best response by the people is vigilance and unity. The terrorists mission is to divide the nations. We cannot give them what they want. We need to stay united in the face of hate and horror.
Our thoughts and prayers are with the people of France today. The perpetrators represent the worst of humanity. — Mufti Ikram ul Haq (@AskaMufti) November 14, 2015
Our children deserve a better world. I don’t have many words for them except that together we pray for Paris & Beirut. Posted by Linda Sarsour
Just landed in Calgary and heard the news…Praying for the people of France, the victims of the Paris attacks and their families.
Our thoughts and prayers are with and for the victims of the barbaric attack in Paris and against the perpetrators and their supporters.
— Mirza Yawar Baig (@myawarbaig) November 14, 2015