Educational institutions being a soft target have always remained hit by terrorists, whenever they want to sabotage any political happenings. Recently in an attack on Kabul University, 22 students aged between 20-24 years were killed and more than 30 were injured. This despicable act of terror shows terrorism having no religion may choose soft targets anytime to carry out their malicious intents. To condemn the attack on educational institutions in Afghanistan, Pakistani students gathered and organized a peaceful walk near National Press Club Islamabad and candle light vigil to express solidarity with Afghans and condemn the attack on university. Students from different universities like Quaid-e-Azam University, NUML, International Islamic University, and Muslim-Youth University actively participated to express solidarity with their Afghan brethren and condemn attack on educational institutions. Pak-Afghan Youth Forum organized this peaceful vigil light walk to show Afghan brethren that they are not alone in this moment of grief and Pakistanis can equally feel their pain as they have been through this time when terrorists hit educational institutions in Pakistan like APS, Bacha Khan University, madrassahs and other institutes imparting light of knowledge to its youth and children. Salman Javed, Director PAYF offered condolence prayers with participants, led the walk and gave a message that civil society must play its crucial role in fostering ties between two countries and people of Afghanistan should never feel alone as Pakistan stands with them in this hour of mourning.