CEP Condemns Suicide Attack in Quetta, Pakistan

(New York, NY) -- The Counter Extremism Project issued the following statement today in response to the terror attack on a police academy in Quetta, Pakistan that claimed 61 lives and wounded 123:

“The Counter Extremism Project strongly condemns the suicide attack in Quetta, Pakistan yesterday. Too many nations have been victimized by these extremist acts. We must all work together to confront extremist ideology and ultimately stop terrorism worldwide.

"Our thoughts and prayers are with the victims and their families.”


CEP has international experts on extremism available for comment. For requests for interviews, please contact CEP at [email protected]



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