Monday, June 29

Anger As Tourists Take Selfies At Site Of Tunisia Massacre

Anger As Tourists Take Selfies At Site Of Tunisia Massacre

Some tourists in Tunisia are under fire for taking SELFIES at the beach where an ISIS gunman murdered 38 people. Some have been spotted taking selfies at the bloodied beach, some even smiling and grinning, despite the savage and sickening events on Friday.

Under fire is a wannabe Labour MP who has been fingered among those who have taken selfies. Twitter users have reacted with anger and disbelief. Amran Hussain, 29, an Army reservist who stood for Labour in North East Hampshire in the recent election, was seen with friends taking a snap with a selfie stick on the beach that witnessed scenes of unbridled savagery a short time before.
One said: "People taking selfies and smiling at the murder scene in Tunisia, should be ashamed of themselves."
"Morons taking selfies in Tunisia - how low can humanity go?", while another said: "Crass & thoughtless of those grinning idiots taking selfies on beach in Tunisia where so many people lost their lives."
Anger As Tourists Take Selfies At Site Of Tunisia Massacre
Mr. Hussien:

But Mr. Hussain, who was in the hotel next to the one attacked, has defended the picture, claiming he spent a long time paying his respects at the crime scene.
He wrote: "On Saturday morning we went to show our respects to all the innocent people who lost their lives" My friends and I walked silently from our hotel to the site with a bouquet of flowers, where together we laid them down with others' tributes, then held hands and took a moment to pray for all those who fell victim to the terrorist attack, their loves ones, and all those who may be affected. We also prayed for all the locals and their families who will likely be badly affected by the lack of tourism for the foreseeable future, we wished them all the best.
"We took a few pictures to share with the world to show that we care about and love the country and its people, and that we did go out to the site to show solidarity and support, and in defiance to the terrorists."
Source: Mirror UK

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