World leaders were not the only ones to condemn and offer condolences for the deadly terrorist attacks on Istanbul's Atatürk Airport, which killed 43 people. Celebrities and famous figures alike reacted to the brutal attacks and expressed that they stand in solidarity with Istanbul and Turkish people, with pop star Madonna questioning the lack of compassion for others.
Your Terror is our Terror! Stop the Violence! 🙏🏻 Pray for Turkey. Pray for Peace! pic.twitter.com/iXT3nLv5sc— Madonna (@Madonna) June 29, 2016
''Pray for Istanbul. Pray for Turkey. Why is it so hard to love one another?'' Madonna wrote on her official Twitter account in another message.
Another message came from the Indonesian fans of the famous music band Coldplay.
Sending heartfelt condolences and many prayers for those affected in Turkey.— P!nk (@Pink) June 28, 2016
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton urged Americans to ''stand united with the people of Turkey against this campaign of hatred and violence.''
43 people, including 19 foreign nationalities were killed in Istanbul's Atatürk Airport on Tuesday night after three terrorists opened fire on civilians and blew themselves up in a Brussels-airport style like attack.