JK Rowling corrected a Finsbury Park attack headline

Patrice Gainsbourg
Junho 20, 2017

One resident told the Press Association he jumped out of the way as the van struck pedestrians.

Welsh Secretary Alun Cairns said he had spoken with the chief constable of South Wales Police and was told "his team is fully engaged and working in partnership with the London Metropolitan Police as the investigation into the abhorrent attack at Finsbury Park gets under way". One person was killed and several others seriously injured.

Counter-terror police were investigating the incident.

The driver of the vehicle said he wanted to "kill all Muslims", Abdul Rahman, a witness to the attack, told the BBC. "More information will follow when we have it".

"People feel unsafe because after the terrorist attacks of London, Manchester, the increase of Islamophobia and hate crimes", he added.

At least one person was killed and 10 were injured in the latest terror attack to hit the United Kingdom this year. "My prayers are with the victims and their families", read the statement.

"All of us at Muslim Welfare House sends our thoughts and prayers to the victims and those injured in the major incident at Finsbury Park".

"If you were interested in targeting a group of Muslims at a mosque that was notorious, this would be the mosque you would do it at". It deals another blow to a city wrestling with another attack earlier this month and at a time when London is still coming to terms with the horrors and scale of the Grenfell Tower fire. "And that reputation may be more historical than current", he said.

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Theresa May has faced heckles from the public after visiting the London mosque targeted in a terror attack.

In a handbook released two years ago, authors associated with the Islamic State terrorist group openly hoped for such a scenario to provoke more violence. Terrorists seek to disrupt and disjoint daily life.

"The time, he was planning for it, the target, he was planning for it, and the place - outside a mosque".

"The bad terrorist attack that took place last night was an evil act born out of hatred and it has devastated a community", May told community leaders. Around 10% of the borough's population is Muslim.

- Islington's Seven Sisters Road, where the attack took place, is home to at least four mosques, and would have likely been filled with worshipers leaving late-night taraweeh prayers. "He was sitting and holding him like that, people kept holding him". These are the values that define this city, "she said".

But Kacimi said there was no need for the community to panic, because police and government officials have been "very, very supportive". Then we managed to get him on the floor, and he was saying: "oh kill me, kill me". In one altercation, an unidentified reporter cited Wikipedia as they questioned a man about the area's prior links to terror.

They also flagged a passing police van and bundled the man into the back telling police: "There's a mob attempting to hurt him, If you don't take him, god forbid he might be seriously hurt".

It is claimed by witnesses at the scene that he "deliberately" drove onto the pavement outside north London's Muslim Welfare House - yards from the Finsbury Park Mosque - and jumped out of the vehicle screaming "I'm going to kill all Muslims - I did my bit".

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