Jo Cox MP

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The NCF is deeply and profoundly saddened by the news of the brutal murder of British Labour Member of Parliament Jo Cox today. MP for Batley and Spen in West Yorkshire and a former aid worker, Jo Cox was chair of the All Party Parliamentary Friends of Syria group, a group she herself established. She cared deeply about Syria. She argued for greater Western engagement in Syria. She campaigned for more action on the refugee crisis. She was a married mother of two and entered parliament last year. Jo was also chair of the Labour Women’s Network and Senior Advisor to the Freedom Fund, an anti-slavery charity. Our thoughts and prayers are with her husband Brendan Cox and her family on this terrible day.
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2 thoughts on “Jo Cox MP

  1. This just came in:
    My deepest condolences over the loss of Jo Cox who suffered a horrific passing away. I am Profoundly saddened by this incident, she has died whilst serving her constituency, a woman who had great values and supported many causes she is undoubtedly a great loss not only to her family but to the community and I pray for her family at this very sensitive time.
    Aabid Alselami

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  2. This also came in:
    We as The Kurdish Youth Movement are deeply saddened by the news of the brutal murder of British Labour Member of Parliament Jo Cox today , we highly appreciate your attitude toward Syria and its people and his great role in the region. We look forward for more relations with you. We here share our thoughts and prayers with her husband Brenden Cox and her family on this terrible day.

    Yilmaz Saeed
    Deputy General Coordinator of the kurdish youth movement of syria (TCK)

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