Deepest scars are emotional
Terrorist attacks are regrettably now so frequent that for many people the details of these atrocities tend to blur together. For those who have lost loved ones to terrorism, however, the pain is lasting and agonisingly acute.
Sydney mum Jumarie Cadman was walking along a Barcelona street in August with her seven-year-old son Julian when terrorist Younes Abouyaaqoub struck. His van killed Julian and 12 others and left Jumarie with a broken pelvis and shattered legs.
The heartbreak of returning to her Lalor Park home without her son was incomparable. Terrorism’s victims suffer eternally.