Indian-American groups have condemned the terrorist attack in Brussels claimed by the dreaded ISIS that killed more than 30 people and injured over 200 others.
The Association of Indian Muslims of America in a statement expressed its outrage and shock at the terrorist attack carried out by the Islamic State (ISIS) on civilians at the airport and a metro station in Brussels.
Kaleem Kawaja, executive director of the association, appealed to governments in western countries to enforce stringent security measures in public places to flush out suspected terrorists.
He also appealed to authorities at all the mosques, Islamic centres and organisations in these countries to report to the local police any suspicious and radicalised individuals in their Muslim communities.
Sending its heartfelt condolences to the families of the terrorist victims, American Sikh Council said such heinous acts must be condemned in the strictest manner.
“We pray for a speedy and full recovery of the injured. Our prayers are with all the victims, their families, and local community. May Almighty God lighten your burden, and grace you with hope and healing under these very difficult circumstances. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time of profound tragedy and grief,” it said.