STEPHEN FRY Urging Fans To Honour Those Killed In Norway!

By on 25 July, 2011


 

Actor / Comedian Stephen Fry is leading fans in a tribute to the victims of the attacks on Norway – with a minute of silence on Monday (25th July, 2011).

 

Norwegian citizens are in mourning after a bomb ripped through Oslo’s government district on Friday (22nd July, 2011). Hours later, a gunman embarked on a shooting spree at a youth camp, killing close to 100 people in total.

The tragedy made headlines around the world, prompting a slew of famous faces including Katy Perry, Coldplay and Boy George to express their devastation. And now, ‘V For Vendetta‘ star Fry is calling for people around the world to join him in a minute of silence on Monday evening (U.K. time) to honour those who died.
 

In a post on his Twitter page, he writes:

“One minute’s silence planned for Norway at 11pm Gmt.”
 

He also sent his sympathies to a friend in Norway, adding:

“I have a dear regular twitter correspondent who is Norwegian. My heart goes out to her in this moment of her country’s grief and shock.”

 

Will you be taking part in the minute silence?

 


 


 

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