With this image, Banksy highlights the sad truth about terrorism in Pakistan and Turkey

Updated 30 Jun, 2016 11:45am

Images Staff

Does anyone care about the victims of terrorism in the two countries?

Banksy tweeted an image that resonated with many.
Banksy tweeted an image that resonated with many.

British street artist Banksy has highlighted the plight of Muslims in the world by sharing a strong image on Twitter following the deadly bombings at Istanbul's Atatürk Airport.

The graffiti artist tweeted a picture of Pakistan and Turkey's battered, bloodied flags with two people, one from each country, hugging each other. Meanwhile, flags of France and Belgium are surrounded by people and media personnel.

Many others also shared the same image, stating that the two countries, who are also facing the terrible consequences of terrorism, have not been given enough media coverage.

Hamza Ali Abbasi was one of them.

Others shared a variation of the same image.

However, a few had a slightly different take on the subject: