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Saturday March 8, 2014 MYT 9:49:00 AM
Saturday March 8, 2014 MYT 1:17:15 PM
PETALING JAYA: Netizens from around the globe are sharing their prayers and concern in social media on Saturday upon hearing news of the missing Beijing bound Malaysian Airline flight.
Orlando David tweeted that "I'm praying for all the families of the MH370 flight that's gone missing. Was supposed to land in #Beijing 2 hours ago. Not good news.
Seid Ariff tweeted "praying that they'll be found safe and sound, while Prem Shanker tweeted "Let us all put aside our differences and say a prayer."
Dan Mogger tweeted "The first thing I did upon news of the missing flight was to check if my family or friends were on it, Thank god no. Praying," while SuziQ tweeted "Malaysia Airlines flight missing prayers for all those on board."
People from all around the world are seen sharing information and news on the issue as there has been over 300 tweets in the last 2 hours on the issue.
The public are also seen sharing their prayers on Facebook whereby countless comments have been left on the Malaysian Airlines Facebook Page.
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Missing airlines, MH370, Netizens
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