Rabat, Morocco (TMT)- The Moroccan embassy in Brussels confirmed the identity of one of the two Moroccan victims of the terrorist attacks perpetuated by NISIS (The Non Islamic State of Iraq and Syria], that have rocked, on Tuesday 22 March 2016, Brussels International Airport and subway stations.
The Moroccan embassy said that one of the victims was identified as Loubna Lafquiri, a young Moroccan gym teacher at the Islamic school École La Plume in Brussels.
When remembering her death, the Islamic school’s Parent-Teacher association issued the following heartfelt remembrance in Loubna’s honor.
“The Islamic schools are mourning. Allah ta3ala has taken the soul of our sister Loubna. Its internal and external beauty will remain forever engraved in our hearts and in the hearts of all those who crossed her path. Our eyes are crying, our hearts are very sad. But we accept Allah’s destiny. Her three young boys will grow up without the love of their mother. May Allah obliterate that army, the satanic state [referring to NISIS, the Non-Islamic State of Iraq and Syria]. Those cowards killed our sister. May Allah ta3ala appease the pain of her mother, her husband and her relatives.”
It is worth reminding that Loubna passed away in the Maelbeek metro station.
Her friends describe her “as an always smiling person, a very religious person who was highly inspired by the values of love, respect, and forgiveness of Islam.”
Loubna left three young boys behind her.
The late was born in the Moroccan city of Salé, located on the right bank of the Bou Regreg river, on the opposite side of Morocco’s capital Rabat.
The editorial team of The Moroccan Times presents its sincere condolences to Loubna’s family and to the families of all victims of terror.
We Are To God And Unto Him We Shall Return.
The Moroccan Times.