Some also made their own images to show solidarity with Parisians. A common theme among these expressions of support seemed to be that Pakistan itself had been a victim of terrorist attacks so its citizens could well relate to what the people of Paris were going through.
The hashtag #ParisAttacks was trending at number 1 in Pakistan all day long, as it was in the rest of the world.
Interestingly, an office-bearer of the Jamaatud Dawa also tweeted about the attack but blamed it on the US, adding that they were done to target Muslims.
— Wajahat Khan (@wajahatkhans) November 14, 2015
BBC presenter Nazia Memon tweeted on the attacks as well
If anyone kills an innocent person,it would be as if he has killed the whole of mankind.” (Qur’an 5:32) #ParisAttacks
— Iqra !!! (@IqraAnjumSaif) November 14, 2015
— Junaid Bhatti (@Jh1Junaid) November 14, 2015