A group of Muslim women formed a human chain across London’s Westminster Bridge on Sunday, the scene of the UK's recent terror attack, as a show of solidarity with victims.
The event, organized by Women's March on London, saw the women wear blue as a symbol of hope. They held hands as Big Ben chimed.
'The feeling of what happened here on Wednesday was really strong,” Fariha Khan, 40, told the Daily Mail.
"We thought of the ordinary people who were here and were mown down, standing here like this, it was very overwhelming."
British-born Khalid Masood killed four people last week by ploughing his car into pedestrians and fatally stabbing a policeman as he tried to get into parliament in an 82-second attack that struck terror in the heart of London.
The attack was claimed by militant group ISIS.
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