Dubai’s iconic skyscraper Burj Khalifa lit up to the colors of Sri Lanka’s flag to show solidarity with the victims of the suicide bombings on Easter Sunday.
The tallest and most well-known skyscraper on this planet was lit up Thursday and it hoped for a world constructed on tolerance and coexistence.
“#BurjKhalifa lights up in solidarity with #SriLanka. Here’s to a world built on tolerance and coexistence,” in accordance to a tweet on the official twitter account of the skyscraper.
برج خليفة يضيء تضامناً مع #سريلانكا. معاً نحو عالم يسوده السلام والتسامح#BurjKhalifa lights up in solidarity with #SriLanka. Here’s to a world constructed on tolerance and coexistence pic.twitter.com/3U39ztZd4H
— Burj Khalifa (@BurjKhalifa) April 25, 2019
Apart from the Burj Khalifa, iconic landmarks in Abu Dhabi additionally lit up with the colors of Sri Lanka’s nationwide flag, Khaleej Times reported.
The Emirates Palace, Sheikh Zayed Bridge, ADNOC constructing, Capital Gate had been among the many buildings decked up in Sri Lankan colors, the report stated.
Nine suicide bombers, believed to be the members of a neighborhood Islamist extremist group National Tawheed Jamath (NTJ), carried out a sequence of devastating blasts that tore via three church buildings, two of them Catholic, and three luxurious lodges packed with Easter worshippers on Sunday, killing at 253 individuals and wounding greater than 500 others.