The walk was sorted out via web-based networking media with the hashtag #NoTincPor – Catalan for “I am not perplexed” – a trademark yelled over and again by the dissenters as they advanced down the Passeig de Gràcia shopping road.
Spanish King Felipe VI and Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy went to the challenge, which was likewise a show of Barcelona’s solidarity and social decent variety. Dissidents held signs saying “No to Islamophobia” as they walked close by individuals from the city’s Muslim people group.
Some Muslim marchers held signs understanding “I am Muslim. I am not a psychological militant,” and “Islam is peace.”
“The arrangement is peace. Peace is equivalent for each of the,” one dissident disclosed to CNN Espanol.
Another lady in the group looked down and out and said essentially, “it’s sufficient as of now.”
Marchers gave roses to the police and paramedics to express gratitude toward them for their reaction to the assaults, and some embellished their vehicles with the blooms.
The Catalan Police affirmed that around 500,000 individuals went to the challenges. On its Twitter account, police posted photos of the walk and stated: “Today there is just a single message and it is the dismissal of fear based oppression. Regard all societies and suppose #Imnotafraid #NoTincPor.”
Dissidents additionally added their tributes to a pile of roses laid at Las Ramblas, where a driver furrowed a van into swarms on August 17, executing 14 individuals and leaving more than 100 others harmed.
The loss of life from the Barcelona assault ascended from 13 to 14 on Sunday, when the Catalan government reported that a 51-year-old German lady had additionally passed on from her wounds. The administration did not name the lady.
Police trust 22-year-old Morrocan national Younes Abouyaaqoub was the driver in the assault. He is likewise blamed for slaughtering a man as he captured a vehicle to get away from the assault scene. Abouyaaqoub was killed amid a police operation on Monday.
Another casualty passed on in a moment assault in the early hours of August 18, when a vehicle cut down walkers in the seaside town of Cambrils. Five aggressors in the auto were shot dead by police at the scene. They and Abouyaaqoub were wearing phony suicide belts when they were executed, police said.