Muslim women form human chain across Westminster Bridge in show of solidarity with terror victims

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Women gather on Westminster Bridge to hold hands in silence, to remember victims of the attack in Westminster four days earlier

Women gather on Westminster Bridge to hold hands in silence, to remember victims of the attack in Westminster earlier in the week l.

A group of Muslim women formed a human chain across Westminster Bridge, the scene of the UK’s recent terror attack, as a show of solidarity with victims.

The women wore blue as a symbol of hope and held hands as Big Ben chimed 4pm on Sunday March 26 (local time).

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