Canada/ Seyed Aydogan/ Anatolia
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and a number of Canadian politicians attended a memorial service for the family of four people who were killed in a ramming attack in the Canadian province of Ontario last Sunday.
The ceremony was held in the garden of the City of London Mosque, on Tuesday evening, in which, along with Trudeau, Ontario Prime Minister Dag Ford, Jagmeet Singh, leader of the New Democrats, Irene O’Toole, leader of the Conservative Party, several ministers of federal and regional governments and a crowd of representatives of various religions.
The memorial service was also attended by the Turkish Consul General in Toronto, Sinem Mingan, and the Religious Affairs Attaché, Cihan Yalcin Kaya.
The Canadian Prime Minister stressed that the incident was a terrorist attack, and that all of Canada stood by the family who were killed in a way they did not deserve.
He added that everyone should say no to terrorism, discrimination and Islamophobia.
On Sunday evening, there was an accident that ran over a Muslim family of Pakistani origin in London, in the Canadian province, and resulted in the killing of 4 of its members, as a young truck driver, Nathaniel Feltman, 20, deliberately ran over them.
Canadian police said the victims were two women, aged 74 and 44, a 46-year-old man and a 15-year-old girl, while one family member, a 9-year-old boy, survived.
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