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Refugee kids show support for victims of Brussels attacks (PHOTOS)

Refugee kids show support for victims of Brussels attacks (PHOTOS)
Photos have emerged of refugee children in a camp in Greece expressing sympathy for the victims of Tuesday's bomb attacks in Brussels.

Three bombs at the city's Zaventem International Airport and Maelbeek metro station have reportedly killed at least 34 people and injured more than 180.

Striking photos show refugee children express messages of sorrow for Brussels on paper, cardboard and their own bodies.

Many people have in turn offered their support to the refugee community in the face of hateful comments as the finger of blame is pointed at them from some Twitteratti.

READ MORE: Inside the Brussels attacks: Shocking video footage captures carnage (VIDEOS, GRAPHIC)

Controversial British TV personality and columnist Katie Hopkins has come under fire after she took to Twitter to blame refugees and those who support them for the atrocities.

The tweet resulted in a social media backlash, including responses from a number of Belgian citizens.

#StopIslam is also trending on Twitter, however, many people have used the hashtag as an opportunity to condemn such islamophobia.  

READ MORE:Brussels attacks: #StopIslam trending worldwide as Twitter reacts to bombings