United Kingdom mosque attack suspect cursed Muslims day before incident

United Kingdom mosque attack suspect cursed Muslims day before incident

United Kingdom mosque attack suspect cursed Muslims day before incident

The questions come in light of the Finsbury Park attack, which saw father-of-four Darren Osborne drive a rented van from Wales to London to mow down a group of worshippers.

One man died at the scene, although he had been receiving first aid at the time and it wasn't clear if he died as a result of the attack or from something else.

Counter-terrorism police were called out to investigate the incident, which occurred in London's Finsbury Park neighborhood just after midnight.

The UK Prime Minister Theresa May has also labeled it as a terrorist attack.

It was the third major incident in the capital this month, after the London Bridge attack and last week's devastating fire in the Grenfell Tower block, in which 79 people are thought to have died.

The Islington borough of North London, of which Finsbury Park is a part, is home to a large Muslim community.

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Mohammed Mahmoud told reporters: "By God's grace we managed to surround him and to protect him from any harm".

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LANGFITT: Police then pulled the van driver through the crowd and took him away.

The welfare centre's imam, Mohammed Mahmoud, was hailed for his efforts after he stopped a group attacking the suspect and helped detain him until police came.

With the burnt-out shell of Grenfell Tower hanging still in the sky above west London, Cardiff father-of-four Darren Osborne took it upon himself to turn the United Kingdom back towards culture and racial division, with a van attack on worshipers at Finsbury Park mosque in east London.

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Britain has gotten nearly used to holding a moment of silence after a tragedy, he said, after four terrorist attacks in as many months.

"We know that the police were on hand immediately", she said responding to questions on Sky TV.

Monday's incident took place during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, when worshipers traditionally fast during the daytime and worship at night. Image caption The Mirror says Mr Mahmoud "threw himself" over the attacker and that family members think he is a "hero".

"We found about 15 to 20 people on the scene tending to the injured, administering CPR on the brother who is now deceased, and three people restraining the assailant", he recalled.

On Monday, State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert said the U.S.

"We treat this as a terrorist attack and we in the Met are as shocked as anybody in this local community or across the country at what has happened". After those attacks, the mosque was shut down and reorganized and has not been associated with radical views for more than a decade. The three Islamic extremists who carried out the attack were killed by police.

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