Still in its nascence, a forerunner in the idea stakes is the renaming of a street in the 31-year-old mother’s honour.
Is it possible that the renaming of a street can compensate for the events that unfolded beforehand?
Is it truly enough?
I’m not so sure.
Honouring Marwa al-Sherbini is a tender gesture, but more lasting would be a fervant pro-active approach towards Islamophobia by European governments.
If anything is to emerge from the tragic events, let it be measures to prevent another innocent citizen dying in the name of bigotry.