Images of global terror attacks used to draw support for Tunisia
The campaign asks onlookers "would you stop visiting?" along with showing pictures of the 9/11 attack in New York and the 7/7 bombings in London
Images of previous terror attacks on Western capitals have been featured as part of an online advertising campaign calling tourists not to stop visiting Tunisia after a recent militant attack, the Independent reported Saturday.
The campaign that surfaced on social media asks onlookers "would you stop visiting?" along with showing pictures of the 9/11 attack in New York on the World Trade Centre, the 7/7 bombings in London and the Charlie Hebdo attacks in Paris.
The creator of the ads, Selim Ben Hadj Yahia, posted the campaign images on his Facebook account with a caption that reads: "Support Tunisia, land of peace."
He reportedly created them in the wake of "shock and sadness" that followed the terror attack outside a five-star hotel in Sousse on June 26.
Many tourists fled Tunisia in horror following the incident, which claimed the lives of 38 people, 30 of them were British holidaymakers.
The campaign was met with mixed reactions. It was hailed by some and others were critical of it, saying the attack on Sousse was of terrorist nature but it primarily targeted tourists.
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