Fear and anger in Canada after Muslim family is killed: ‘How many more people have to die?’

Mourners attend vigil to honour four members of Afzaal family who were killed in a truck attack Sunday night in London, Ontario

As thousands of people gathered outside Canada’s second-largest mosque in London, Ontario, Reina Persaud was watching her niece and other children chalking brightly-coloured hearts all over the road.

The “pathway of hearts” was a tribute to the Afzaals, a local Muslim family, who every evening would take a walk around the neighbourhood, greeting neighbours and friends – and who were killed on Sunday in what police have described as a premeditated attack motivated by Islamophobia.

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